The Documentation Centre offers the EADA Community a wide range of services that are intended to supplement learning and professional development, as well as to provide support to faculty and research.
This service is intended to help users to easily access information as well as to outline the services and resources provided by the Documentation Centre.
It can be request information on companies, sector data, socioeconomic statistics on countries, markets, etc.
Information requests must be carried out via Ask the CdD.
The Documentation Centre has a stock of over 13,000 books which users can take out on loan. Participants, professors, EADAAlumni members and EADA Staff may all borrow documents provided they show their EADA card.
The Documentation Centre carries out training sessions to show users how to make optimum use of information resources such as catalogues, databases and also how to use information in projects, etc. Scheduled training sessions are announced on posters in the Documentation Centre and on the Virtual Campus.
Customised training sessions can be request for groups of minimum three people by filling in the following form. The CdD will undertake to adapt the session to the more specific needs and to the time schedule that bests suits.
Help us to improve the Documentation Centre's collection by recommending a book or other documents.
Do you need a book that we don't have? Has a new book come out which you think should be available in the Documentation Centre? ... If this is the case, do not hesitate to fill in the following form and file a purchasing request. The Documentation Centre will assess your proposal and you will promptly receive a reply.
Request books, articles and other documents from other Libraries through these services:
(Exclusively provided to Faculty and Researchers)
The Teaching Material Service provides support to faculty in compiling and searching for documents and bibliography for the different subjects. This service is provided only for EADA Faculty and Researchers.
The Documentation Centre provides a customised research support service:
Bibliography searches on a specific topic
Constant updating in order to keep up to date with the latest information
Training in database searches
Service for Obtaining Documents
Tel: +34 934 520 844 (Ext. 214)