The Faculty offers a range of services and facilities in order to provide a comfortable and profitable academic environment.
- Computing services
This provides the organization and management of the activities which support teaching in the main laboratories of the Faculty. It also provides the network management of the wireless equipment in the Faculty, as well as the intranet network and the server in both the Dean’s office and in the Erasmus office. The service oversees the project and management of technical equipment in the teaching rooms. It coordinates the work of personnel in the labs, provides assistance for hardware and software, controls access to labs and assists users.
Students enrolled in the faculty have free access to the centre, which has 120 work stations. Erasmus students, as well as students participating in other recognized international projects, also have access during their study period in the Faculty.
Location: ground floor
Multimedia room and graduating students lab
The multimedia room has 45 work stations. The graduating students lab has 10 work stations reserved for students near graduation and university staff.
Location: first floor
For information about multimedia rooms in each Department, please check the Department’s own webpage.
- Language laboratory
The language laboratory is a multimedia installation where students can use self-teaching software for the study of French, English, German and Spanish. It also offers materials for self-assessment and testing. Some activities are guided by teachers in face-to-face mode.
Location: 3rd floor – The Dean’s building
The E. Barone Library
The central library of the Faculty of Economics was founded in 1908 for the School of Economic and Business Studies and, at the suggestion of Professor Federico Caffè, was renamed after the economist Enrico Barone in the 1970s. It holds about 82,000 books and pamphlets and 1,127 journals and periodicals covering economic, juridical and social subjects.
The central library also hosts the European Documentation Centre (EDC) of Sapienza University of Rome (Centro di Documentazione Europea) which has been named after Altiero Spinelli, one of the founding fathers of the European Union. The centre works as both a specialized library and an advisory point to provide information and useful tools to help in research on the activities of the European Union institutions and issues in Europe. Also the EDC manage a website created by a European project (held in 2002): Jean Monnet Observatory on Trans-Mediterranean Relations
Site web (italian language)
Library in the Department of Law and Economics of Productive Activities
Library in the Department of Economics and Law
Library in the Department of Management
Library in the Department of Methods and Models for Economics, Territory and Finance