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Using the Library

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Searching for a Book

  1. You need to log in with your university user credentials (HakaLogin) if you want to make a request, to renew your loans or to access licensed materials
  2. Basic Search is best for searching single item or checking up item’s availability. The easiest way to find a book is to search using the title. If you are looking for books by a certain author, write the author’s last name first.

Search Results

  1. Click the title for holdings information. There are multiple copies of this edition of the book.
  2. There is also information of the books of National Repository Library. You can place the universal borrowing request to these books and pick up them from the Lapland University Library free of charge. Note, that failing to pick up a requested book involves a fine of 5 €.

Holdings - Are books available?

  1. The item is located in the Arctic Centre Library, in the Kosmoslibrary Kemi and in the University Library
  2. The number helps you locate the book in the library. The 3 or "A3" refers to be general collection. 
  3. The 'K' refers to be textbooks collection. (see the library map)
  4. The book may be alphabetized according to the title or to the author. Therefore it is important to check the word before you go looking for the book.
  5. If the book is available in another of our libraries you can place call slip request and pick up them from the University Library. Please notice: We cancel requests for books that are located in the University Library's collections if the pickup location is also University Library (exception stack). Call slip requests are meant for items located in other library locations only. 

Missing a Book?

If you need a book that is not in the library, you can suggest research literature in your own field or using interlibrary loan service.