NATO Multimedia Library
- Books and journals
The Multimedia Library essentially serves in-house staff.
Visitors are permitted to consult the Library holdings with prior authorization. They must first download the form (.DOC), fill it out describing the subject and the purpose of their research (thesis, paper etc.) and send it via e-mail to the NATO Librarian (email@example.com)
The review procedure requires two weeks on average. Once granted, Library access is allowed for a period of six months, after which an application for an extension has to be filed.
Visitors may borrow books only through their local library. Please click here for more details.
- Audiovisual material
Photo and video material is available to recognised members of the press and media and for educational purposes. Please note that NATO requires a credit mention should you make use of its images.
Visitors wishing to consult audiovisual material should first contact the Multimedia Library by e-mail or phone (+32(0)2 707 4541).
You can place ILL requests by e-mail or by phone ( +32(0)2 707 4414).
Monday - Thursday : 10 am to 5 pm
Friday : 10 am to 4 pm
- NATO Switchboard : Tel. : +32(0)2 707 4111
- NATO Multimedia Library
Public Diplomacy Division
Tel. : +32(0)2 707 4414 (Library) / +32(0)2 707 4541 (Audiovisual material)
Fax : +32(0)2 707 4249
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Internet : http://www.nato.int/library
Twitter : http://twitter.com/NATOlibrary
Jeanine Willo, Assistant (Library)
Celeste Palmer-Eloot, Assistant (Audiovisual material)
Last updated: 10-Jul-2014 13:33
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