The BSR Library is a member of the Unione Romana Biblioteche Scientifiche (URBS) network of Roman research libraries founded in 1992.
The URBS and URBS+ catalogues offer a unique bibliographic resource for research in the humanities.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Library for scholarly purposes
By accessing the Wi-Fi readers agree not to download, distribute or access any material of an illegal nature or which could bring the BSR into disrepute
JSTOR provides full-text searches of digitized back issues of many academic journals
Library Members can access the BSR’s JSTOR subscription through four dedicated terminals in the Catalogue Room
Photocopies and scanning
Readers can photocopy or scan books in the Library in accordance with copyright law:
- 15 cents per A4 copy
- 30 cents per A3 copy
- 10 cents per scan
Books larger than A3 and pre-1800 cannot be photocopied but can be photographed by the reader using the copy-stand
Unfortunately the Library cannot send photocopies