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In order to use the library you will need a library card.
Please fill in, print out and sign the form here, then hand it in at the library main desk!
A one-time renewal of lending time can also be done from home:email: [email protected]: 49 (0)531 590 99 130 You can reserve books that are currently on loan in the online catalogue. In accordance with § 23 of the library's regulations and § 1 and § 2 of the fees regulations, € 2.00 per item will be charged for the first reminder for any items not returned within the loan period.
You will receive a message as soon as these books are available. The failure to return items following an initial reminder will incur a further charge of € 5.00 and € 10.00 respectively for the second and third reminders for each item.
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Founded in 1990 by the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, employer associations, labor unions and the German Federal Employment Agency, KWB continually expanded from a local provider of continuing education for the labor market of Hamburg to a leading specialist managing complex activities in many countries together with global partners in Europe, Asia and the USA.
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The card is valid for one year and can be renewed free of charge when you show your ID card.
Books (with the exception of reference-only inventory) can, as a rule, be borrowed for 4 weeks. A personal identification card or a passport are required to borrow materials.
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