Opened in June 1995, the Saint-Martin library is situated on the 3rd floor, buildings C and D. It offers 1 200 square meters and 167 seats.
As a sciences and economics library, it provides documents for L1, L2, L3 and M1 students, competitive examination for teacher documents (mathematics, biology), for PHD students and teachers too.
Services. The library puts at public’s disposal :
Spaces. The library is divided up into four sections for study and research
Research periodicals (current year and passed year) are in the box 315.
In boxes 313 and 314, you can find collections about marketing and economics.
More than 20 000 books and 28 periodicals in paper are available in open access.
Specialities, towards Dewey classification
COMPUTER SCIENCE (003-006)
EARTH SCIENCES (551-559)
MEDICAL SCIENCES (610-616)
ENGINEERING SCIENCES (620-692)
Particularities of Capes/Agreg. collection
Specific collections in mathematics and biology are reserved for students taking competitive examination for teacher. They include textbooks for secondary school and high school.
The research collections are reserved for Master students, PhD students, researchers and teachers (about 5 600 books).
Users have access to more than 24 522 electronic periodicals.
More information here : Electronic ressources (sciences and technologies)
Particularities of the library
When the library is closed, documents can be put in the « book box » situated on the right of elevators, next to library’s entry, on the 3rd floor.
After 6 P.M., teachers can borrow books or periodicals by writing references on the binder for this purpose. The library is accessible with a badge, on building D, door 300.