Order a copy

Poznań University Library offers a range of copying services for individuals (researchers, AMU staff members and students). Free of charge.

Poznań University Library offers a range of copying services for individuals (researchers, AMU staff members and students). Copies of articles in journals and chapters from books in the collection are all available are free of charge for AMU students, PhD students and AMU staff members. Copy requests must be sent via email using the domain’s email addresses (…@amu.edu.pl) and should include full bibliographic details for a requested resasonable portion of a book, journal article and the item’s call number from the online catalogue of the Library (with its status: available). This service provides access to most books and other library material kept in the Library’s Main Stacks in ul. Ratajczaka. Orders for items held in external stack rooms of the Library and book collections of AMU faculty libraries will not be accepted. The service is available from March 30, 2020 and is free of charge.

  • Orders should be sent to the following address: zamowkopie.bu@amu.edu.pl
  • Requests will be processed daily from Monday to Friday between 9.00 am. and 1.00 pm.
  • Due to growing interest in the service and the growing number of orders, the Digitisation Section  will not be able to send acknowledgements of the receipts of orders. We regret we can respond to your requests only when it is necessary.
  • Only orders sent via email from the registered accounts (@amu.edu.pl) will be processed.

The use of works protected by copyright in accordance with the permitted personal (private) use. Art. 23 of the Act of February 4, 1994 on copyright and related rights

Article 23. 1. It shall be permitted to use free of charge the work having been already disseminated for purposes of personal use without the permission of the author. This provision shall not authorize to build constructions according to other authors' architectural works as well as architectural and urban planning works and to use electronic data bases possessing the features of a piece of work unless this applies to one's own scientific use not connected with any profit-gaining purposes. 2. The scope of personal use shall include use of single copies of works by a circle of people having personal relationships, and in particular any consanguinity, affinity or social relationship.

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