• Welcome to a new semester!
    As of Monday 17 August, the library will return to regular opening hours. We are open Monday to Thursday 8-20, Friday 8-18 and Saturday 11-15. 
  • Summertime at the library
    As of Monday 8 June, the library is open weekdays between 10 and 14. 
  • Updated version of the APA-guide
    The 7th edition of the APA Publication Manual was released in August 2019. You can now find an updated version of the University Library APA-guide on our website. 
  • Busy days at the library
    We are working as fast as we can to make requested books ready to be collected at 12 o'clock.
  • Do you need search help?
    The library may be open only two hours a day, but we are still avilable online all day long.
  • Opening hours during Easter
    The library is closed from Good Friday 10 April until Easter Monday 13 April.
  • Scientific corona resources
    Various publishers and journals are offering free access to articles during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
  • Service limitations at the University Library
    As of 26 March, you cannot browse the library shelves yourself. In exchange, students and staff can request books, whether they are on loan or not.
  • No overdue fees
    For the time being, there will be no overdue fees for ongoing and new loans.
  • Lengthened loan period for course books
    As of Tuesday 24 March, the loan period for books from the course book collection has been changed from two to seven days.
  • Limited opening hours due to the corona virus
    As of Tuesday March 17 and until further notice, the library will be open on Monday to Friday from 10:00-16:00.
  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • New opening hours for group rooms
    During the early morning and late evening, the group room corridors at the library are accessible with a JU card. The corridors will be kept closed overnight.
  • Group rooms open during library hours
    During the holidays, the group rooms will be accessible when the library is open.
  • New agreement with Elsevier
    Swedish academic libraries has once again access to journals from Elsevier. The Swedish Bibsam Consortium and the publisher have agreed on new conditions for reading and publishing.
  • Find library books with a map
    Now it will be easier to see where a specific book is placed. A map which is connected with Primo highlights the area where the book is located.
  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • We want to know how you are using BrowZine
    The library is currently evaluating the journal service BrowZine. We would very much like to know if and how you are using it. Please fill out our poll. It will only take one minute.
  • Drop-in tutoring, search and write
    Text tutors and librarians welcome you to the library between 12 and 2pm Wednesday 11th of September. Ask them about your queries regarding academic writing and how to search for scholarly information.
  • Climate Book Display
    For Climate Week, September 4 -11, the library is displaying a collection of books to help you learn more about climate issues.

Content updated 2017-01-11