How to get a copy
The NL users can make self-service black and white photocopies on paper from:
- documents from the NL collections, unless they are subject to protection and preservation restrictions
- microfilms (special readers are available in the Social and Natural Sciences Reading Room and the Periodicals Reading Room)
- the Digital Library of the NL CR (Kramerius, Manuscriptorium, WebArchive)
- the Internet sources
- their own documents
Making photocopies is subject to fees. Prices vary according to the type of copy (see the Price List).
Self-service copy machines that also serve for making prints from computers, are placed in the Main Hall, Social and Natural Sciences Reading Room, Reference Centre, and Periodicals Reading Room. The copy machines allow you to make black and white photocopies in A4 and A3 formats.
Copies to order
Parts of (printed) documents are not allowed for self-service copying due to their age or physical condition. In this case, you can order the copies, for more information turn to library staff in particular reading room. Color copies of documents from the NL collections or licensed databases are only made to order.
It is allowed to make digital copies from printed documents with a digital camera brought in, which will be intended for personal use only. The use of flash is prohibited, a tripod may be used under conditions laid down in advance.
Copies can also be ordered without personal visit in the NL :
- by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- in writing to the address of the Reference and Interlibrary Services Department
- through a (only for prints from the Digital Library Kramerius)
You do not need a valid reader pass for ordering copies this way, the ordered copies can either be collected in the NL or sent by post to the given address.
- through eDDO service – under the condition the contract with the NL is concluded
- through EOD service