DLib.si - Digital Library of Slovenia

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dLib.si - Digitalna knjižnica Slovenije
Turjaška 1, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 586 1369
Fax386 (0) 1 425 7293
Managed byNational and University Library (NUK)
Zoran Krstulović, Deputy Director for Library Programmes
Phone386 (0) 1 200 1100
Matjaž Kragelj, Head of Digital Library Office
Phone386 (0) 1 586 1369
Fax386 (0) 1 586 1311

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The Digital Library of Slovenia (dLib.si) is a web portal developed by the National and University Library (NUK) in cooperation with several cultural, educational and research institutions, including numerous libraries throughout Slovenia.

dLib.si provides free access to digitised knowledge and cultural treasures – journals, books, manuscripts, maps, photographs, posters, music, and reference material. Many of the digitised items – some published in the 16th century – have been made possible in the framework of the project Europeana Travel funded by the European Commission within the area of Digital Libraries of the eContentplus Programme.

The Digital Library of Slovenia is linked up with comparable European projects, and is actively involved in building the Europeana, the European digital library and the TEL project (The European Library).


The dLib.si portal became publicly available in 2005. It offers digitised books, periodicals, photos, posters, postcards, manuscripts, maps, etc. The portal includes also the digitised music recordings and old musical documents that are of importance to Slovene cultural heritage.

If a book was published before 1945, and is not available on the dLib.si portal, you can order its digital copy by using international service E-knjige po naročilu/ EOD (e-books on demand).


The National and University Library (NUK) occasionally offers free lessons on how to use the dLib.si portal as well as travels to schools, libraries and other organisations across Slovenia to make presentations about how to use it. As a National Aggregator for Cultural e-Content, National and University Library (NUK) organises also workshops in collaboration with the colleagues from Europeana.

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