European Union Information Research Guide
The European Documentation Centre provides information and expertise about the institutions, activities and policies of the European Union by way of helping researchers access EU documents and publications, databases and registers, archives, websites, news and reference sources.
The European Documentation Centre has been part of the EUI library since 1976 and is open to EUI researchers as well as to external users. Its print collection of official EU publications and documents, grey literature, academic books on EU institutions, as well as on international bodies such as the Council of Europe, is accessible through the EUI Library Catalogue.
A special system of arrangement was devised for the print documents and publications of the European Documentation Center (EDC) within the EUI library. An overview of the EDC classification system can be found here.
Looking for a training?
If you would like to find out more about EU databases or how to obtain EU documents not publicly available (Regulation 1049/2001), get in touch with the EDC librarian, or just drop in the EUI Library (top floor).
Training and instruction to individuals and groups are available upon demand, across the EUI campus.
Need help with your research?
If you need any help tracing documents and sources for your research, get in touch with the EDC librarian, or just drop in the EUI Library (top floor).
EDC is open for service every day of the week.
Page last updated on 30 March 2021