Library entrance – Via del Porto 13, courtyard right
Hours – 10.00 – 17.00, Monday-Friday
The ICCROM Library offers free access to researchers and the general public. No appointment is needed. Please present a photo ID at the entrance for access.
Entrance to the ICCROM Library by anyone implies agreement to all the Library’s rules noted below.
Please note – The ICCROM Library does not lend materials. All materials may be consulted only the reading room. Library staff is available during opening hours to orient users.
Document delivery service by email (scanning) is available.
One request of 30 scanned pages every two months is free of charge. For further services, additional fees of 0,15 € per page will be charged.
On request, we provide photocopy delivery by post or by DHL. The shipping costs are to be borne by the user.
Please send requests to: email@example.com
Please note – As per European copyright legislation, we cannot scan or photocopy whole books, but only up to 15% of library materials.
Email reference service is available. We reply to all requests with a list of bibliographic references from the ICCROM Library catalogue and instructions for document delivery. In some cases we also include links to online materials Please send requests to library [at] iccrom [dot] org.
Please note – the ICCROM Library is not a digital library. If you find catalogue records of interest, please make a document delivery request to review the materials.
The catalogue records may contain links to PDF versions if they are freely available online.
In some cases, the Library will send our materials to requesting libraries for interlibrary loan. Criteria include:
ILL is provided for no longer than two weeks. Rare books and journals are unavailable for interlibrary loan. Return of materials must be assured using a registered delivery service with tracking number (DHL, FedEx, etc.) This number must be communicated to the ICCROM Library by the librarian at the requesting facility.
Please note – Only librarians at requesting facilities may request ILL, not the general public.
Copies may be made of Library items, subject to the following conditions:
Users are solely responsible for complying with copyrights, personal rights, and other third-party rights when scanning or using copies. In particular, users should note that under European copyright legislation, only up to 15% of library materials may be copied.
Users will be requested to compile a special form to get a permission to reproduce material.
Users may bring their portable computers. The reading room is equipped with WiFi, to be used for scholarly purposes only.
Please note – By accessing WiFi, readers agree to undertake not to download, distribute or access illegal or disreputable material which could impact negatively on ICCROM.
The ICCROM Library, through its EZB link (Electronic Journals Library), provides a range of full-text electronic journals. Some of these resources are available to users only at the ICCROM premises.
Please note – In order to respect copyright agreements, ICCROM cannot give access to certain materials, especially where ICCROM holds no subscription.
The ICCROM Library is open to all researchers, and no advance permission is required to access our collection.
In certain cases, ICCROM will prepare a letter of invitation, which may be used by researchers to justify a period of study at the ICCROM Library to their University or workplace. This letter is not necessary to study in the Library. The letter is only provided at the researcher’s specific written request.
Requests must include the following elements:
Please note – All such requests must be emailed to odg [at] iccrom [dot] org to the attention of the “Chief Management Officer.” Incomplete applications will not be processed. Please allow minimum four to six weeks for processing.