The Dora Library is in the Dora Archive Centre, which has three rooms with 60 study spaces in total. Talking is allowed in the largest room. The smaller room is a quiet zone. The third room has been equipped as a genealogy workshop by DIS-Sør-Trøndelag, an association for genealogical research using information technology as a tool. On Tuesdays, DIS members are available to help you explore Norwegian ancestry and heritage.
Study cubicles for researchers are available adjoining the reading room. Keys for the cubicles are available from the service desk in the reading room.
PCs and wireless network
The Dora Library does not have any PCs available for use in the reading room.
All the workstations in the reading room have power outlets, network cable outlets and access for laptops to the wireless network. You can borrow a network cable from the reading room service desk.
Read about NTNU’s wireless networks
No facilities for printing, copying or scanning are available in the Archive Centre’s reading rooms. The Dora Library can therefore help you with copying and scanning on request.
Information about printing facilities at the NTNU University Library for students and staff.
Microfilm equipment for reading microfilm and microfiche is available in the genealogy workshop in the reading room.