The National Library allows you to receive high-quality copies and scans from the Library collections. A scan or print-out of the various items such as: manuscripts, archives, maps, journals, books, photographs and more can be ordered.
Additionally, the service allows books and scans to be ordered from other libraries in Israel and abroad.
The cost of this service is double the price of the tariff.
When ordering a scan from a microfilm the service will be rendered for up to three reels.
When ordering a scan from periodicals or books the service will be rendered for up to three items.
The Library will provide the copy within 3 regular business days, between Sunday and Thursday. A business day will be calculated by the day and hour in which the request was sent. E.g. A query opened on Sunday at 4:30 pm will be answered by Wednesday at 4:30 pm. A query requested by a client after 5:00 pm will be opened the next day at 8:00 am.
Business days are calculated according to the day and hour when payment is made in exchange for the service. For example, if payment is made on Sunday at 4:30 pm, the service will be provided by Wednesday at 4:30 pm. If payment is made after 5:00 pm, the counting of business days will begin at 8:00 am on the following day.
Libraries in Israel
Participating in the Interlibrary Loans Agreement
Ben Gurion University, Aran Library
Bar Ilan University Library
Haifa University, Central Library
Tel-Aviv University, Central Library
Tel-Aviv University, Social Sciences and Management Library
Tel-Aviv University, Life Sciences and Medical Library
Tel-Aviv University, Exact Sciences and Engineering Library
Tel-Aviv University, Law Library
Hebrew University, Department of Agriculture Library
Hebrew University, National Medical Library, Ein-Karem
Hebrew University, The Bloomfield Humanities and Social Sciences Library at Mount Scopus
Hebrew University, Social Work and Education Library
Hebrew University, Department of Law Library
Medical Library, Soroka Hospital
Ben Gurion Institute for the Research of Israel and Zionism Library