NSK closing on 24 and 25 Oct 2022 to host Crimea Platform summit and switching to limited operating regime
On 24 and 25 October 2022, the National and University Library in Zagreb (NSK) will close to host the first Parliamentary Summit of the Crimea Platform, jointly organised by the Croatian and Ukrainian parliaments.
The Library will continue to make available all of its services that may be delivered online, via email or by telephone, such as bibliometric services, those provided as part of the Library’s Cataloguing-in-Publication programme, by its Identifiers Assignment Division (ISBN, ISSN, ISMN, DOI), Central National Library Offices for school, public, academic and special libraries and Central Reference Service.
The Library’s users will also be able to use NSK2GO, the Library’s contactless services platform, as well as the Ask a librarian service, and preparations have been made to prevent any disruptions in providing technical assistance for libraries included in the NSK Integrated Library System via the IKS and BUKI websites. Specially prepared educational videos are also available on the Library’s YouTube channel and Croatian researchers and library professionals will be able to learn more about the NSK Electronic Resources website through an online workshop.
Resources in the Library’s collections may be searched in the NSK Online Catalogue and accessed via the following websites – NSK Digital Collections, Historical Newspapers, Historical Journals, Croatian Web Archive, Croatian Digital Theses Repository, Croatian Digital Dissertations Repository, Glagoljica.hr (Croatian Glagolitic Heritage) and NSK Online Exhibitions.
All loan periods have been extended until 26 October 2022, when the Library will reopen and resume its regular opening hours.