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The Medical Library is an open access library. The entire holdings, which include textbooks, monographs and journals, are accessible.
First and foremost, the Medical Library serves teaching, research, and academics. However, it is also open to the public.
It contains approximately 12,500 textbooks, 42,000 monographs, and 7,600 dissertations of the RWTH Aachen Faculty of Medicine(as of 2015). It possesses the licenses to about 680 journals, almost exclusively in electronic format. The Faculty of Medicine assesses the most current need through a regular ranking.
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you can find additional information about its services, media searches, and more on the Medical Library's webpage.
Branch Library of the RWTH Aachen University Library
The Medical Library was founded in 1966, together with the Faculty of Medicine, as an administratively independent, but other integrated department of the RWTH Aachen University Library. As the new university hospital was finished in Aachen, the library received its own space among the departments, research departments, and student training rooms. It was officially opened on February 28, 1983.
It is supported by the Integrated Media Processing for Medicine or IMB for the acquisition and cataloging of media. Aside from its own holdings, the Medical Library also administers, coordinates, and records the acquisitions of approximately 80 medical institute and departmental libraries. Thus, it is the central service office for the Faculty of Medicine's entire reference management.
Publishing your dissertation is a requirement at RWTH Aachen University. The number of copies you need to submit will depend upon the doctoral degree regulations and the form of publication. You can publish your dissertation online or in printed form, both of which can also be published by a publishing house. Once your dissertation has been submitted, you will receive an acknowledgement of receipt, which you will need to hand in at the Office for Doctoral Studies.
Please consult your faculty or institute for guidelines and regulations concerning the format, content, organization and style of your dissertation or post-doctoral (habilitation) thesis. The same applies for the cover and overall presentation of your dissertation. The Library accepts dissertations in a variety of binding styles provided that the dissertation is securely bound, i.e. not spiral or coil bound.