(Last updated: 28 June) On this page we will gather current information about the library services during COVID-19. The information on this page is updated continuously.
Avoid visiting the university unless it is necessary, and absolutely refrain if you have the slightest symptoms of disease.
The library is only open for book loans and returns as well as printing and copying. It is no longer possible to study at the library and all group study rooms and study areas are closed.
This summer, the University Library and the Medical Library will be open according to summer opening hours and the library on Arts Campus will be closed. Current opening hours are posted at our home page and at the bottom of this page.
We make certain exceptions for researchers regarding the rule against studying in the library. Contact the library if you need to study materials that is only for in-house use.
Our computers with special programs (for example Eikon), the special computers for archives and special collections and our microfilm readers are available for you who need them.
From 30 August, the library will be open with regular opening hours. The group study rooms and study areas will once again be open, but the chairs and tables will be further apart than normally.
The current measures to prevent COVID-19 now apply until 29 August. Find out more.
Find our contact form, chat, telephone numbers and addresses. Contact us with any question!
As of 11 May, it is no longer possible to make book requests and previously made requests have been cancelled. The stop for new requests will preliminary apply until 29 August 2021.
You can get an overview of your loans through My Account.
It is possible to book resource rooms. Please contact the library for help with adapted course literature or computer software for reading difficulties. We offer assistance and appointments remotely.
As a student or employee, you can access the library's electronic resources outside the university network. Read about how to connect to the resources:
Some publishers offer extended access to databases, e-books, journals and education material. The list of resources is updated continuously.
All posting ceremonies at the University Library are cancelled until further notice and it is not possible to make bookings for future ceremonies. Doctoral theses must, as usual, be posted in DiVA at least three weeks before the public defence.
If you have any questions or other concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.