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Library and e-Resources Unit of the European Commission (Brussels)

The European Commission's Library and e-resources  is a special reference and research library. Established to meet the library needs of the European Commission and its staff, it nevertheless welcomes as many outside researchers as it can.

Postal AddressRue Van Maerlant, 18
Postal CodeB-1049 Brussels
Telephone(+32-2) 295 29 76
Fax(+32-2) 295 68 26
Web Siteclick to visit
Catalogue:click to visit
Normal Daily Hours
  • Monday to Thursday: 10.00 -17.00
  • Friday: 10.00-13.30
  • Annual closure in August.
Visitors Addressrue Van Maerlant, 18
Visitors Postal CodeB-1049 Brussels
Visitors Telephone(+32-2) 29 99 064
Visitors Fax(+32-2) 29 99 817
Visitors Email
Visitors policy
Who can use the Library?
All Commission staff, temporary agents and trainees;
Officials of other EU institutions and related bodies;
External visitors who have made a prior appointment for a one-day visit;
External visitor`s in possession of a visitors' card, which allows several visits.
Appointments must be made in advance: contact the appointments office at 18 rue Van Maerlant, office 4/29, phone: (+32 02) 299 90 64, fax: (+32 02) 296 11 49.
Please note that visitors have no borrowing rights and may only consult the Library's collections on the spot.
System Software ALMA
System Hardware SUN V880- OS: Solaris9; Hardware: 8 CPU (1200MHz); 32 GB RAM
Modules in Use

Acquisitions/Serials, Cataloguing, Circulation, ILL, reports.

Standards Applied MARC21, AACR2
Services Offered
  • Online catalogue ECLAS; 
  • Access to several online databases, CD-ROMs, Publications of international organizations, EU Official Journal, National Newspapers;
  • Internet access;
  • ILL & document delivery;
  • Other services: please check  at
Collection Topic

Coverage: Subjects relating to European integration:

  • International cooperation. International relations. International law.
  • European Communities;
  • Economic policy. Planning. Social policy. Social problems;
  • Economics. Economic conditions. Economic doctrines and systems;
  • Law. Administration. Politics;
  • Culture. Society;
  • Education. Training;
  • Agriculture;
  • Industry;
  • Trade;
  • Transport;
  • Public finance. Banking. International monetary relations;
  • Management. Productivity;
  • Labour;
  • Demography. Population;
  • Biology. Food. Health;
  • Environment. Natural resources;
  • Earth sciences. Space sciences;
  • Science. Research. Methodology;
  • Information. Documentation. Computer science. Terminology.
Special Collections

  • Almost all publications of the European Union;  
  • Extensive collection of publications of international organisations;
  • Commercially published books and journals in all Community languages (principal collections: French, English and German);
  • National legislation as well as a selection of other important official publications from member states (i.e. statistical series);
  • Dictionaries and encyclopaedias;
  • A selection of major daily newspapers from all member states and selected third countries;
  • Annuals and journals;
  • Databases and CD-ROMs (a set of core CD-ROM titles over a dedicated Central Library network).

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