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The PUT Library is open to you to help you with your day-to-day work and study. Please tell us what your needs are, what materials (literature and more) are missing, what library services would be useful to you.

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"Lexicons and dictionaries of the field" exhibition

We invite you to the exhibition "Lexicons and dictionaries of the field".

The exhibit is available in the Reading Room, on the first floor.


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Cuba is Cuba - it's not easy! - photo exhibition

We invite you to an exhibition of photos from your trip to Cuba.
The photographers are Aleksandra Ciesielska and Barbara Przymusińska.

The exhibition is open in the lobby of the Circulation Desk (on the ground floor).

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Exhibition of historic collections of PUT Library from 1678-1950

We invite you to an exhibition of antique books from the special collection of the PUT Library published in the period from the 17th to the 20th century. The books have been restored and digitized as part of the project "Dissemination of international academic achievements in the global academic, social and business environment through the implementation of e-access to the special collections of the Poznań University of Technology Library." Project realization is possible thanks to financing under contract 514 / P-DUN / 2016 from the funds of the Minister of Science and Higher Education, dedicated to the dissemination of science. The aim of the exhibition is to promote, within the scope of task 3 of the project, special technical collections of the Library from the years 1678-1950 which are valuable for scientific, historical and intellectual value, including, among others, books renovated in the Book Restoration Lab of the Adam Mickiewicz University Library in Poznań.

The exhibition will be presented in the Reading Room of the Poznań University of Technology Library from 27 October to 31 December 2017.