On 01.01.2016, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) entered into force as political objectives of the United Nations. Under the title Agenda 2030, the UN calls for sustainable action on an economic, social and ecological level worldwide.

As a library, we contribute to each of the 17 goals by making information, knowledge and digital infrastructure available to students, researchers and citizens on a long-term, low-threshold and consumption-free basis. As employees of the NTNM Library, we also feel personally committed to the goals of the 2030 Agenda and the principles of Libraries for Future. In our daily work, we are guided by a social, sustainable and resource-saving attitude.

2023-07-03 10:17:
Mobile phone battery empty and charging cable forgotten? Five minutes to the exam and the scientific calculator is at home? Have you ever experienced this? For these and similar cases, help is now available in the NTNM library:
2023-06-16 11:04:
For the third time, the NTNM library team, led by Alexandra Kireenko, has successfully held a fundraiser to benefit a humanitarian relief effort.
2023-05-30 17:48:
In order to save electricity energy, we suggested within the framework of the energy saving campaign of Saarland University to convert the interior lighting of our library building C6 2 to energy-saving LED lights. This suggestion was taken up by the university’s Facility Management (FM) and implemented in the spring of this year.
2023-05-09 16:09:
On the Open Day of the Saarland University on Saturday, 13.05.2023, the NTNM library presents itself for visitors with a donation action.
2023-01-12 07:39:
We are hiring a LIBRARY (M/F/D) – NTNM LIBRARY as of 07/01/2023. Job advertisement in German language
2022-09-04 17:01:
The NTNM library has set up a collection point for old mobile phones in its foyer. In doing so, we are supporting a project of NABU and Telefónica Deutschland Group.
2021-11-23 08:00:
Vaccinations are possible again.