NAVA is the National Audiovisual Archive providing an archive for audiovisual documents collected from Hungarian national broadcasts. The collection stores audiovisual documents created by Hungarian authors and documents related to Hungary in any way. Its sources are mainly Hungarian national television and radio broadcasts. NAVA’s specialty is that it allows online access through the NAVA-points - public computer terminals -, where you can not only search in the database but also, in accordance with copyright law, view full broadcasts.
Adapted contents made accessible by The University’s Disability Center is available in EDIT for students who are eligible for it (registered at disability coordinators).
For the visually impaired, we provide a companion, a computer with a reading program (JAWS) and headphones in the reading room, a Braille printer, as well as a MAGic large-caption keyboard, a desktop video magnifier, and an Active Star full Braille system.
At the rental desk of the ELTE University Library you have the opportunity to rent an external battery (power bank) suitable for charging mobile phones, tablets, and laptops for the duration of your stay in the library.
The condition for renting a power bank is a valid library card.
You have to return the battery to the reader’s service staff before departure. In case of a failure to do so we will charge a late fee of HUF 1,500 / day. In case of loss or damage to the battery, you have to reimburse the purchase price of it.
You can ask librarians for using the reading room computers.
Internet use is
free for teachers, students, and high school students,
subject to a fee for others (HUF 100 / 30 minutes, HUF 150 / 60 minutes).
You have the opportunity to use your own data carrier in each reading space.
Available WI-FI networks
From a dedicated reading room terminal, you can access
DOI (Digital Object Identifire) is a unique identifier of the International DOI Foundation for the identification of documents available online. Its use is widespread internationally, in addition, today more and more publishers in Hungary are affixing DOIs to publications and manuscripts.