We've prepared a guide for you to ensure swift navigation around our website and optimal learning experience. It contains essential information and links to more detailed resources. Give it a quick read to find out how to use our Library.
Please note that some of our services have been adapted to meet current coronavirus pandemic requirements.
Your student ID is also your library card - once activated grants the access to the Library's resources.
Information on how to activate your account can be found here.
Log in to the user’s account (the user number can be found on the back of your student ID, the default password is the number of the Identification document you've used to register) and search for the item you are interested in
On this page you will find instructions on how to collect the ordered books, extend the due date and return them to the Library.
Our Library provides access to various licensed electronic sources containing:
After selecting the database / portal, log in with your username and password to the user's account. More information can be found here.
If you are looking for books, articles, financial data, legal regulations or statistics, browse our electronic sources alphabetically or by category - all information can be found on the Online Resources page.
During research work, it may be necessary to store and manage a large number of references and Bibliography Management Tools can prove helpful. They work with popular text editors (e.g. MS Word, LibreOffice Writer) allowing you to automatically insert and properly format citations and bibliographies. Find out more about these tools here.
Promoting research and making it more accessible is becoming increasingly important. University colleges / departments and individual researchers are often evaluated by the citations of their papers. Increasing the visibility of your research can improve the chances of it being used and cited by the wider scientific community. This can boost the impact of your research and allow you to start building your reputation as a researcher.
Publishing in open access makes the reviewed scientific papers available online, free of charge for anyone to find and reading. Open Access articles tend to generate considerably greater readerships than the ones behind a paywall.
Publications can also be placed in the KUE Repository (RUEK). RUEK collects in electronic form the works and research data of employees of the Krakow University of Economics.
You can deposit in it yourself:
PhD students (KUE Doctoral School) can submit publications related to their field of study.
In case of a PhD student transferring to the KUE Doctoral School, achievements from previous school can not be used in an evaluation of achievements at the KUE Doctoral School.
Connection of PBN-POL-on-ORCID accounts
In order for the submitted publications to be assessed during the evaluation, the PBN-POL-on and ORCID accounts should be linked. OPI has prepared a ideo showing how to do this [in polish].
Publications should be submitted in person to the Information Services Department, room 312, 3rd floor or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completed publications can be viewed in the Dorobek database.
Assigning discipline to the Publication
Each publication that takes part in the evaluation must be assigned to a discipline. To do so, log in to the Statement page.
After it is generated, the signed statement should be sent to email@example.com or brought to the Information Services Department.