Hana Bednářová, Filip Malý, FF UK • 20 March 2013

Charles University´s Faculty of Arts Opens E-Shop

Access to specialist books has become a little easier. On 4 March 2013, the Faculty of Arts launched its internet shop. The site at e-shop.ff.cuni.cz contains a selection of over 500 titles of books, periodicals and e-publications, largely from the Faculty´s own production. The selection will soon be expanded to include the Faculty´s promotion materials.

“The launch of our internet shop is another step in our effort to promote the Faculty´s publishing activity, which is a huge priority for us. The new e-shop will also enable further development in publishing and distribution of e-publications which are growing in popularity. I appreciate the fact that the Faculty of Arts understands that no first-rate publishing house can work efficiently without an electronic platform,” said doc. PhDr. Michal Stehlík, Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty of Arts.

To gain access to the e-shop, students and staff of the CU FA use their faculty login and their password used for all university applications. To complete the order, they only need to fill in contact details. For other users, registration is first required via an online form.

Goods purchased from the e-shop can be paid online with a credit card or through bank transfer. Cash payment is possible when goods are collected at the Jan Palach Library located at the main building of the CU Faculty of Arts (nám. J. Palacha 2, Prague 1) in its opening hours. Ordered goods can also be sent cash on delivery.

“When buying in our online store, CU FA students and staff have a discount of 15 percent off our regular prices; other users get a discount of 10 percent. In the course of the summer semester we plan to introduce images of all publications on offer and to launch the English version of the e-shop,” says Mgr. Ondřej Pittauer, head of CU FA Publishing.







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