The Waldweg Library supplies information and literature on teaching methodology, pedagogy, philosophy, psychology, and sports sciences.
|Waldweg Library (Waldweg 26, Tel.: +49 551 39-9212)|
Access, location map, library floorplan
|The Waldweg Library will be closed from 21 December 2013 until 1 January 2014 and from 4 January 2014 until 5 January 2014.|
|Semester||Mon - Thu|
|9:00 - 19:00|
9:00 - 17:00
|Semester vacation||Mon - Thu|
|9:00 - 17:00|
9:00 - 16:00
We are happy to assist you with any questions you may have about the use of the library and to assist you in finding and borrowing specialist literature.
The majority of the holdings can be taken out on loan for a period of four weeks. The remainder can be taken out on loan overnight or over the weekend (with the exception of periodicals, encyclopedias, and loose-leaf publications).
Literature not available at the Waldweg Library can be ordered by way of inter-library loan or document delivery services.
You prefer not to use the route planner? Please find below a description of the way to the Waldweg Library.
Are you limited in your personal mobility? Please take note of our information regarding parking facilities and barrier-free access points.
Take the bus line 8 from the train station in the direction 'Papenberg/Stumpfe Eiche' to the stop 'Bühlstraße'. Keep left towards the traffic lights and Nikolausberger Weg. Then turn right, to reach the Waldweg. The library is located 500 m down the road on the right.
The bus line 9 in the direction 'Ostviertel' from the city centre will take you to the stop 'Waldweg'. Then turn right, to reach the Waldweg. The library is located 500 m down the road on the right.
The bus timetables can be found on the Göttinger Verkehrsbetriebe website.
From the motorway A 7, take the exit 'Göttingen Nord', and follow the feeder road to Hannoversche Straße. There you turn right towards 'Stadtmitte'. Continue on to Kreuzbergring and turn left. Continue on until you reach the third cross roads, and turn right into Waldweg. The library is located on the left.
Last Changed 06.12.2013