Collection of written exercises for the librarianship examination
To be able to perform professional librarian work independently, whether in a library, or other organization working in the field of librarianship, the employees are required to pass the national librarianship exam. On the basis of a public mandate, the examinations are organized and conducted by the National and University Library. The collection consists of written assignments prepared by the library employees for the purposes of the examination. A candidate prepares a written paper during the professional training for the examination, which takes place in the library under the guidance and supervision of a tutor. The written assignment for the librarian examination is an independently written dissertation of a selected professional topic referring to the field of librarianship. The topics discussed cover all areas of library activity. The assignments are the result of one's own professional work and knowledge, as well as the experience acquired during the training for the exam. The collection includes written papers of all candidates who have passed the exam.

Publications for Teachers and other Professionals published by The National Education Institute Slovenia
The Institute of Education of the Republic of Slovenia is the key national research, development and consulting institute in the field of pre-school, primary and general secondary education. Its roots date back to 1956, when the Institute for the Study of Education was established. Since then, the Institute has been endeavouring to improve knowledge and achievements, learning and teaching outcomes, and the quality of lifelong learning. The Institute's work has always been intertwined with an advisory, developmental and, for a period, a supervisory role. It supports schools and kindergartens and encourages them in exchanging of good practices, cooperates with the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, it is networking with higher education organizations and other public institutions, and cooperates in partnership with international networks and organizations. Among other activities, it organizes numerous school competitions. By publishing publications, it takes care of the professional and personal growth of teachers and other professional workers of educational institutions.

Historical school reports
Izvestja or yearly reports were school publications about the annual achievements of students that originates in the 18th century. The predecessor of Izvestja were Classifikationen and Juventus that up until the year 1849 published the names of the pupils. Juventus was published by secondary schools between the years 1770 and 1849. Apart from the names of the pupils, they also provided information on their social origin. Elementary schools published class reports named Classifikationen. After the adoption of the gymnasium draft in 1849, secondary schools stopped publishing Juventuses, as the draft required the printing of the Programme for grammar and secondary schools. High schools Annual Reports were published until 1941 with a brief interruption between the years 1918 and 1929. After 1945, the reports were not necessary by law.
The content of the annual reports is varied. Until 1900, an important part of the reports were professional and pedagogical discussions of well-known pedagogues, mathematicians, historians, and others whose articles were often used as teaching support in classes.