Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 1 July 2020)
At the library you can print, scan and make copies. We also have computers for you to use.
Use your Umu card to print, copy or scan. Sign in, using your Umu card identity (Umu-id user name and four digit PIN) to the printer portal Umu Copyprint to fill our account.
Printers for UmU card:
The general public can print and scan in the library. A computer in the entrance area is used for printing and the documents are sent to a printer at the Information desk.
At the Medical Library you find two 3D-printers where you can learn to print in 3D. You have full responsibility for the entire printing process, but are of course welcome to ask the library staff for advice. We don´t offer 3D-printing to order.
Use "Other user" on the Library computers to access the Internet without any restrictions. Log in with your Umu-id and remember to always log off from the Start menu.
If you have problems logging in you can try to change your password via Service Desk, ITS:
Use "Guest" on the Library computers to access the Library website, databases and electronic resources. At the Arts Campus Library there is two guest computers that can be used to access the library website, databases and electronic resources.
University Library (UB):
There is one computer with open Internet access in the entry hall. Maximum time for use is 15 minutes.
Medical Library (MB):
There is one computer with open Internet access opposite the information desks at entry level.
To save documents we recommend OneDrive, an online storage service within Microsoft Office 365 available for students at UmU. Access your files from any computer or device using internet and your Umu-id. Office 365
Sign in to OneDrive:
Save to OneDrive:
Save other file formats:
We recommend OneDrive to save files. However, saving to USB is also an option:
Computer Lab 3 at the University Library (UB), and medPC 1-3 at the Medical Library (MB), offer other software. All programs are not installed on all computers.