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Print, Scan & Copy

Does the Library have computers for public use?

The Dag Hammarskjöld Library has computers available for research and UN-related work. Wi-fi is available in all library locations, as well as printers, scanners, and photocopiers.

Does the Library digitize UN documents?

The Dag Hammarskjöld Library, in collaboration with the Library at the UN Office at Geneva, has a programme to scan the historic documents of the United Nations.

What is available online?

All documents born digitally from 1993-present are available in both the Official Document System and the Library’s catalogue, UNBISnet. Older materials are continually being added.

In addition:

  • Security Council documents, from 1946 to the present, are fully available online.
  • General Assembly Official Records Supplements, resolutions, and plenary meeting records are also fully available online.

Documents may be scanned on-demand for a special project, or at the request of users.

*Please note that on-demand scanning requests are handled in the order received. Priority is given to requests from UN Member States and staff of the UN Secretariat. The time required varies with the number of pages and the condition of the documents. UN documents scanned by the Library are added to the Official Document System.