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University Library services during Covid-19

Published: 11 May 2020

Read here about the library's services during the circumstances. We regularly update the information.

Opening hours

Luleå:
Monday - Friday 10:00-16:00 if you have a LTU card
Monday - Friday 11:00-13:00 if you don´t have a LTU card.

Piteå:
Monday - Friday  11:00-13:00
After and before the opening hours, you can enter the library with your LTU card. 


Borrow, renew and return loans

You get the book yourself from the shelf and the borrow it in the self service machine. You can send someone to borrow if they have your personal identity number and PIN code.
You can return books in the library
If you want to return books by mail, you find the address here. You will bear the cost yourself.


Contact the library

You can contact us via our contact forms and phone (Mon - Fri at 12-14).
A chat is open for search- and publishing questions Monday - Friday.

For you at LTU, all digital resources are available to you from home.
Remember that you have to use your LTU ID to get access!

Support for information retrieval and academic writing digitally

You can get guidance in information retrieval and academic writing via Zoom, telephone, contact form and chat.
You can also book a online tutorial in how to search and in academic writing.

Order interlibrary loans and articles

You can still order interlibrary loans and articles.
During this period there may be longer response times and longer delivery times.

Digital drop-in for research questions

Monday - Friday at 12-14 you can receive guidance from the library's research support in Zoom.

Postings in the university library  

Based on the current situation, the university library has decided not to hold physical posting ceremonies in the temporary university library premises. 
Posting of the thesis will be done digitally three weeks before the defense. You as a PhD student have the opportunity to book a posting ceremony retroactively when the library returns to regular activity in the library premises again.