On this page you can find out how to get to our libraries, how you can use our facilities and what the facilities look like. You will find information about teaching premises, hearing loops, elevators, ergonomic furniture, silent rooms, resource rooms, toilets and baby changing stations, adapted course literature and speech synthesis software. If you wish to contact the library, you can find contact details here.
Our libraries are open for everyone, the general public as well as students and faculty members at the university together with employees at Västerbotten County Council. At the library, everyone should be treated with respect and show consideration for other people’s needs to study in peace and quiet.
Our policy is that everyone should feel safe and secure in our libraries. In this work we include all protected grounds of discrimination according to Swedish legislation and the university's vision and basic values.
The library works with equal opportunities in different ways; among other things we work with questions regarding LGBTQI and Sweden’s national minority languages. Read more here:
Please do not hesitate to contact the library if you have any questions. You can contact us via phone, e-mail or chat.
Speech synthesis is installed on all library computers. The program can read text on the Internet and Microsoft Office.
If you have a reading difficulty you can have your course literature adapted as talking books or in other formats or use software to support reading and writing. At the University Library there are resource rooms that you can book, which have adaptations and custom software for advanced spelling. Read more and find contact information of our librarians who specialize in support for reading and writing:
Toilets and a baby changing station are available in adjacent premises (at Bildmuseet). Here you will find: