- About the EDC
The European Documentation Centre (EDC) is part of the Europe Direct Information Network established by the European Commission to ensure that information about the work and policies of the European Union is available to all its citizens.
EDCs are collections of material published and deposited by the European Union in academic institutions throughout the Member States. There are around 30 centres based in UK University Libraries.
Please do listen to our Introduction to the EDC Podcast, or read our EDC Library Guide for more information. We also have a blog - EDC Information Update - where we post regularly on EU activity, publications of interest, EU related events, and general library notifications.
The EDC at the University of Aberdeen is located on King's Campus in the Taylor Library, Taylor Building Block C (building number 20 on the campus map) and is open to the general public.
Senior Information Assistant
Taylor Library & European Documentation Centre
Aberdeen, AB24 3UB
- European Union Web Links
This is the official site of the European Union and is an access point to the activities, policies, institutions and agencies of the EU.
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The European e-Justice portal
a one stop shop for the area of justice
Court of Justice of the European Union
The website of the European Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal. An access point for cases and opinions.
Statistics on the EU and candidate countries
ESO (European Sources Online)
Pulls together EU information from many sources around the web. Updated on a daily basis.