LibrariesFebruary 11 2022
AgroParisTech has libraries spread across the campus.
They operate as a network, and library staff support students and auditing students throughout their courses, and teachers and researchers throughout their professional career. They offer work communities 250,000 documents and 2,300 periodicals as well as a many electronic resources.
Content is entirely accessible and showcased online via the infodoc portal.
Contact your local library.
Infodoc is the portal for accessing AgroParisTech’s cultural, scientific and technical information resources.
It is the main point of access to many remote resources, including all thematic press monitoring, documentary, and multimedia resources, whether recent or older, made available by the Documentation and Cultural Heritage Department (DDPC) to the working community, external partners, and general public via the Musée du Vivant (Living Museum), the CIRE (Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherches sur l’Ecologie, Interdisciplinary Center for Ecological Research), Pôle Images, and publishers.
Additionally, it offers many updated tutorials on remote learning, courses, document repositories (scientific production available as open access and Hal, theses…), FAQs, etc. to guide you.
Finally, you will find local contact information for libraries and other services. Enfin, vous y retrouverez les contacts de proximité des bibliothèques et des autres services.
Our contemporary and heritage collections cover the school’s fields of study: agriculture, water and forestry, product processing, food, the environment, and health, based on biological and agricultural, engineering, human, and social sciences.
Additionally, each library interacts regionally with its university ecosystem.
They are accessible, comfortable places providing excellent working conditions.