Find the relevant information at the right time and work in a pleasant environment.
The HE-Arc libraries meet the needs of the public in terms of scientific information, expertise and help with document research, by means of paper and electronic resources.
A specialised collection covers the fields taught at the HE-Arc. The libraries are mainly intended for students and school staff, however, are also open to any other interested actors.
Here you can find out how the libraries work.
Timetables & contacts
Campus Arc 1
Address: Espace de l’Europe 21 / CH-2000 Neuchâtel
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. 032/930-20-55
Campus Arc 2
From Monday to Thursday, the library is open to HE-Arc members from 5 to 8 p.m., for study purposes only.
Address: Espace de l’Europe 11 / CH-2000 Neuchâtel
Campus Arc 3
The HE-Arc library collections are available at the HEP-BEJUNE media library
Address : Médiathèque HEP BEJUNE, Route de Moutier 14, 2800 Delémont
The St-Imier library is open every Monday from 8.30am to 12pm and from 1.30pm to 5pm.
Library resources can be found in the swisscovery|HES-SOcatalogue.
Online resources are accessible at all times. Connect via internal VPN to access them.
Do your research from swisscovery and/or from the dedicated website of the HES-SO or from our various intranets : the common ressources or the specific ressources of Conservation-restoration, Management, Engineering, Healthwhere the connection instructions can be found.
ArODES : institutional archive
Its aim is to promote research, in particular by supporting the dissemination of publications by researchers from the HES-SO.
The documents archived are scientific and professional articles, published conference proceedings, books and chapters.
Who has access to ArODES?
Access types will be defined according to the copyright of the publication.
- The general public: access to the bibliographic reference, the abstract and the PDF if the copyright contract allows
- HES-SO University staff: access PDF via AAI login.