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In addition to the Sciences Po General Library, students at the School of Research have access to a 260 m² research library with 84 places.
The research library gives its readers a choice of 12,000 books and around 50 volumes of open access social science periodicals, as well as all credentials necessary for searching in the catalogue and various databases.
It is one of the best examples of the integration of academic, teaching and research activities at Sciences Po.
Special librarians, available for advice on particular subjects, also hold weekly office hours in the research library offices (199, boulevard Saint-Germain – 1st F loor)
- Political science: Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 13:30 to 18:00, office hours held by Michaël Goudoux
- History: Wednesdays from 13:30 to 15:30, office hours held by Muriel Dennefeld
- Sociology: Wednesdays from 15:30 to 18:00, office hours held by Natalia La Valle Torres
- Humanities: Thursdays from 13: 30 to 15:30, office hours held by Anna Couthures-Idrizi
- Building your bibliography with Zotero: Thursdays from 13: 30 to 15:30, office hous held by Anna Couthures-Idrizi, Sophie Forcadell or Noémie Prevel
- Want to know more about Spire and Open Access? Thursdays from 15: 30 to 18:00, office hours held by Delphine Lereculeur
To assist you in your studies and research, our special librarians have compiled a wealth of useful information in thematic guides by discipline.
Covering news, relevant resources, new acquisitions, tips and tricks, these guides are designed to complement information available on the Sciences Po library website.
The research library offers personalised support, particularly to doctoral school students and PhD students, who can take advantage of a session on Methodology of scientific information research at the beginning of each academic year.
It is also possible to request individual tutoring through the Book a librarian service.
The Sciences Po library also offers training courses on:
- Building your bibliography with Zotero. Zotero is a bibliographic management software that allows you to create a personal database from imported or manually entered references. Please follow this link to know the schedules and register to this training.
If you have any further questions, write to email@example.com or consult the Zotero guide.
- Image rights and sources (In French only). Master the sources of the images and their legal framework in order to have the right reflexes to adopt before publishing them. Please follow this link to know the schedules and register to this training.
Discover all the courses in the library for research masters and doctoral students following this link.
The training team is here to listen to you and is at your disposal: firstname.lastname@example.org