University Library Wädenswil
The ZHAW University Library Wädenswil is a specialised library focussing on life sciences and facility management. It offers students and researchers a place to work, study and conduct searches.
|Staffed opening hours||Mon to Fri 9 a.m.–1 p.m. and 2 p.m–4 p.m.||Library open to the public|
|Open Library for ZHAW students||Mon to Fri 7 a.m.–8 p.m.||Library and Self Services accessible with CampusCard|
|Open Library for ZHAW staff||Mon to Sun 24/7||Library and Self Services accessible with CampusCard|
For reference service, see the respective consulting hours.
|Internal event||Thursday, 21 December 2023||Staffed opening hours until 12 p.m.||Open Library accessible to ZHAW students and staff, Access for externals until 4 pm|
|Christmas and New Year holiday||Saturday, 23 December 2023 to Tuesday, 2 January 2024||Unstaffed and closed to the public||Open Library closed for ZHAW students, accessible to staff|
The University Library Wädenswil is a specialised library open to the public that focuses on the following areas:
- Life Sciences
- Facility Management
We offer our holdings mainly in electronic formats. The majority of the physical items in the holding are borrowable. Non-circulating items are clearly marked as “Präsenzbestand”.
You will find a range of services and numerous working and study spaces spread over two floors:
- Information desk
- Reference service
- Search stations
- Self-service loans during library opening hours
- Self-service returns (24/7)
- Book scanner (scan to stick, free of charge)
- Multifunctional device for printing, copying and scanning (for ZHAW members)
- 100 working and study spaces, additional workstations are available in the buildings RS and RA (Location plan Campus Reidbach)
- Computer workstations (for ZHAW members) and screen workstations to connect your own notebook.
- Wi-fi access (wi-fi hotspots for external users)
You can use a search station to access our electronic resources. Please note that you can only save items on a personal USB stick.
You can use the book scanners free of charge to scan printed works to your personal USB stick.