The loan services are governed by the SCHK Library and Lending Regulations. Borrowing can only be done after presenting your reader’s card.
Borrowing for off-premises use
A loan, where a document is studied outside the SCHK space. Only a study literature ( such as scripts, textbooks and tables) can be borrowed in this way.
The loan period for faculty students is 90 days.
The loan period for faculty employees is 180 days.
The loan period for other customers is 30 days.
Another date can be determined upon agreement with the library director.
Extension of the loan period:
The loan period can be extended on request, if the reader requests it before it expires and if the document is not requested by another reader. For all commonly accessible documents, the loan period can be extended twice. In justified cases, a new loan of the same document can be allowed if another reader is not interested in it. A new loan can only be made after the document has been presented.
When extending loans by phone or email, it is necessary to state your name and reader identification card number. Without this data, the extension is not possible.
Loans for study in the library premises using displayed books and repository. The library can regulate the range of orders and loans for on-site study from the repository, taking into account the operating conditions. The reader is obliged to fill in the on-site loan ticket and hand it over to the empolyee upon leaving.
STN standards made available to STU students
Selected STN-online services (STN and TNI) are made available to all STU students. Means to log in and to get access to prepaid standards can be found in the FCHPT Helpdesk at the link: Ako získam prístup do noriem STN?
You can find a selection and price list of reprographic services at cenník služieb.
Interlibrary loan service
SCHK offers the possibility to reserve books from other Slovak libraries and then pick them at our library. We are currently working on the online page for ILL requests, which can be filled out directly by readers, but for now we provide the service in person at the SCHK premises.
International interlibrary loan service
SCHK offers the possibility to reserve books also from non-Slovak libraries and then pick them at our library. We are currently working on an online page for IILL requests that can be filled out directly by readers, but for now we provide the service in person at the SCHK premises.
In the SCHK premises there are representative spaces for the needs of conferences, meetings of a more and less formal nature. Modern technology necessary for high-quality presentations is available.
Rental price upon agreement.
SCHK will provide digital and print copies (from 1 piece) of the publication and therefore:
- ISBN obtaining
- graphic editing of the text for printing
- graphic editing of the cover
- digital copy online and offline.
Price of copies upon agreement.
FCHPT publication activity
- Evidencia publikačnej činnosti STU (STU publication activity records)
- Celoslovenský Centrálny register publikačnej činnosti (Slovak Central Registry of Publication Activity)
- Smernica STU č. 5/2009-N O bibliografickej registrácii a kategorizácii publikačnej činnosti, umeleckej činnosti a ohlasov na STU (STU directive no. 5/2009-N on bibliographic registration and categorization of publication activity, artistic activity and reviews at STU)
- Metodický pokyn dekana pre nahlasovanie publikačnej činnosti FCHPT STU
- Vyhláška Ministerstva školstva, vedy, výskumu a športu Slovenskej republiky z 18. decembra 2012 o centrálnom registri evidencie publikačnej činnosti a centrálnom registri evidencie umeleckej činnosti (Decree of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic of 18 December 2012 on the central registry of publication activity and the central registry of artistic activity)
peer reviewed journals:
- Within the Web of Knowledge portal, there are
- Current Contents Connect 7 thematic series and
- the lists of peer reviewed journals are on the Current Contents portal.
BEWARE OF PREDATORY JOURNALS:
- a list of predatory journals can be found on Scholarly Open Access.