About the Library
The Neiman Library of Exact Sciences and Engineering is a research and educational library, intended for the teaching and research staff and students affiliated to the Faculties of Exact Sciences and Engineering. In addition offers services to other communities from outside the campus.
The library was founded in 1965 under the direction of the late Tamar Harari in a temporary location until 1983 when it moved into its permanent building, the Neiman library.
The library’s vision is to be a leading technological information center that contributes to the enhancement of research and teaching, while adapting to changes in technology, with the means of a library staff that strives for excellence.
To support research and teaching in the two faculties.
To provide professional information services to the library community: researchers, lecturers and students.
To maintain and develop comprehensive collections, current and innovative in any form or in any media tailored to the needs of the research and teaching Faculties of Exact Sciences and Engineering.
To serve as a learning center that combines computerized library services, with traditional library services.
To maintain the library site as the virtual gateway to the electronic library of all the databases and thousands of journals and e-books.
- Acquisition, organization and preservation of the comprehensive, varied and accessible collection that meets the needs of teaching and research.
- Accessibility and availability of information.
- Providing services appropriate to the teaching and research requirements (circulation, ILL, etc.).
- Guidance and assistance to users by means of the library services and resources.
- Creating an orientation program for the library users to become acquainted with the library resources.
- Fostering a library staff that is creative, up to date and committed to provide efficient and courteous service.
- Creating a comfortable and pleasant environment equipped with the latest technological infrastructure.
- Constant collaboration, including regular assessment and feedback with the various users.