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The Library is located in the CRAI building of the Gandia Campus (opened in November 2009). This building includes services and support areas for teaching and teaching tasks.

Areas offered by the Library for study, teaching and research purposes

  • Spaces for individual study:

    Over the three floors there are more than 400 study places, of which 282 are individual study places, most of them with individual lighting, plug sockets and access to the network.

  • Areas for group work:

  • Group study booths which can be reserved for 2-10 people.Nowadays all our booths can be booked through PoliBuscador. To know how to do it click on this link. Regulations.

  • Group work areas:

    • with 12 work places (ground floor)

    • with 16 work places (first floor)

    • with 8 work places (second floor)

  • Teaching areas:

    In order to respond to new teaching needs and enable the implementation of new working methodologies, the Library provides the possibility for academic staff to reserve group work areas. Regulations.

These areas are as follows:

  • Group work areas: areas of 8, 12 or 16 work places.

  • Project room: an area with 18 work places and three computers for browsing purposes, intended for the lectures/seminars that require the consultation of the FDP collection.

  • Periodicals archive: an area with 18 work places for lectures/seminars that require the consultation of the collection of journals of the Gandia Campus Library.

  • Research areas

There are workspaces available for researchers and academic staff which can be reserved.More information

Plans and directories

The Gandia Campus Library covers a total surface of more than 3000 m2 distributed over the three floors of the CRAI building, which has the following areas on each: (Click on the map to enlarge)

And also throughout the CRAI building:

More information:

- Information on the construction of the CRAI building:

project, stages, technical data, picture gallery, ...

- Online tour of the Gandia Campus facilities (VIDEO)

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