Opening hours and location

Information Desk, tel. 61 829 3872

Lending Library, tel. +48 61 829 3851

Mon.-Fri   9.00 am. – 8.00 pm.
Sut.           9.00 am. – 4.00 pm.
Sun.          closed

Interlibrary Loans, tel. +48 61 829 3852

Mon.          9.00 am. – 4.00 pm.
Tue.-Fri.    9.00 am. – 3.00 pm.

Reading Rooms:
The Humanities Reading Room, tel. +48 61 829 3854
Reading Room for Researchers, tel. +48 61 829 3854
Social Sciences Reading Room, tel. +48 61 829 3853

Mon.-Fri.       9.00 am.– 8.00 pm.
Sut.                9.00 am.– 4.00 pm.
Sun.             closed

NOVA. Comics and Periodicals Reading Room, tel. +48 61 829 3848

Mon.            10.00 am.– 8.00 pm.
Thue.-Fri.      9.00 am. – 8.00 pm.
Sut.                9.00 am. – 4.00 pm.
Sun.              closed

Special Collections and Local Studies Reading Room, tel. +4861 829 3828

Mon. – Fri.    10.00 am. – 6.00 pm.
Sut.                   9.00 am. – 4.00 pm.
Sun.               closed

The aim of the eduroam project is to allow a user to access the Internet through the wireless network (rarely through the wired network) from any educational institution involved in the project. This solution is primarily directed to the staff and students of universities and research units.

Requirements. Who can use the eduroam network?

  • AMU staff have server accounts being administered by
    the AMU Computer Centre,
  • Students of AMU having the USOS system accounts,
  • Users from other units participating in the eduroam project.

AMU staff and students who have not yet changed their password through the AMU-NET Panel or last changed their password before 1 January 2007 must provide a new password before connecting to the network (the password can be changed through the AMU-NET Panel).

Configuration. Basic configuration information (for advanced users)
Wireless network
(so. WLAN or Wi-Fi)
Wired network
(so. LAN)
Network name
(so. SSID):
eduroam <not applicable>
Network transmission securing method: WPA2 (Enterprise) or
WPA (Enterprise) with
AES or TKIP encryption
<not available>
User authentication method: EAP-PEAP/MSCHAPv2 or (equivalently) EAP-TTLS/PAP

Basic configuration information (for advanced users)

Detailed configuration instructions (select how you connect to the Internet):

Server Certificate Installation Instructions (Windows 7/Vista/XP)

Configuration for Windows 7 (wireless network)

If your phone, tablet, or laptop is set up to use eduroam at University Library it can use the same settings to connect to eduroam at any building of AMU.

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