TAU Libraries

Infinite Source of Information

TAU libraries constitute an enormous and constantly updated pool of books, magazines, journals and articles, accessible to TAU students from anywhere in the world. Accessibility is a primary concern for TAU so in addition to shelves laden with books and journals the university offers students and staff digital workstations all across campus.


In the digital age libraries have had to rethink their purpose and function. TAU libraries have adapted to the new way people are consuming information by transforming the idea of a library from a place that holds books to a community space where friends meet, artists showcase their work and visitors can choose to rest or sleep in between studying.


Faculty Libraries

The Brender-Moss Library for Social Sciences and Management

The David J. Light Law Library

The Elias Sourasky Central Library (Humanities and Arts mainly)

The Gitter-Smolarz Library of Life Sciences and Medicine

The Neiman Library of Exact Sciences and Engineering


Departmental Libraries

The Archaeology Library

The Bob Shapell School of Social Work Library

The Constantiner School of Education Library

The David Azrieli School of Architecture Library

The Geographical Library

The Library of the Department of Communication Disorders

The Marc L. Grinsten Music Library

The Mehlmann Library

The Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern & African Studies Library


Special Collections

Wiener Collection

Kantor Center for the Study of Contemporary European Jewry

The Cymbalista Jewish Heritage Center

ALEPH on the Web

MALMAD - Israel Center for Digital Information Services


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