• Slide show from the anniversary week

    Last week, we celebrated our newly renovated library.We would like to thank everyone who participated in the various program events and everyone who visited us and took part in the festivities.Here is a slide show from the week:
  • The University Library celebrates 25 years!

    During week 38 (September 19–23), the library celebrates 25 years with five lunch events in the JMW hall in the library. The anniversary week begins with an an opening ceremony and is then followed by lectures, an author visit and musical entertainment. All events will be held in Swedish.
  • Computers in the library

    Do you need a computer but don't have one with you to the library? Then you can use one of our 16 computer workstations on floor 1. You don't need to book your place, first come, first served. Welcome!
  • Join the library book club!

    Everyone at JU, students and staff, are welcome to participate in the library book club. We meet a couple of times per semester to discuss the book we have read.
  • Welcome to a new semester!

    As of Monday 22 August, the library will return to regular opening hours. We are open Monday to Thursday 8:00-20:00, Friday 8:00-18:00 and Saturday 11:00-15:00.
  • Summer opening hours at the library

    As of Monday 13 June, the library will switch to summer opening hours. In the coming weeks, there will also be limited access to the group rooms due to painting of the corridors.
  • Temporary library entrance

    Wednesday, June 8 and Thursday, June 9, the library's regular entrance is closed due to renovation work. To enter the library, you can use one of the entrances from the group room corridors on floors 2 and 3. JU card is not required.
  • The books on floor 1 back on their permanent shelves

    During the renovation work in the library this spring, the books on floor 1 have been placed on temporary shelves. The floors and shelves are now sanded and ready and the books can be found on their permanent shelves again.
  • The information desk in its proper place

    After a short period of temporary placements, our information desk can now be found in its new permanent location. It is now placed a little bit further into the library, near the stairs.
  • The University Library's access to SIS standards

    Standards are often described as common solutions to recurring problems. They are developed and used in most areas of society. Via the University Library, you have access to a wide range of standards and you can also submit requests for new ones.
  • Fiction area open again

    On Tuesday 17 May, the fiction department on floor 2 will reopen after the renovation. You will now be able to use the doors between the library and the group room corridor again.
  • New information desk in the library

    In a few weeks, we can look forward to a new information desk at a new location in the library. Until then, you will be able to ask us questions in a couple of different places, initially in Caffè Dallucci.
  • Welcome to the last book club of the semester!

    We end the semester with the historical novel The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel. The book is based on a true story and revolves around a young woman who helps Jewish children escape from the Nazis during World War II.
  • The children's books area is open again

    The renovation of the children's book department on floor 3 is complete and you are welcome to find and borrow books again. The study seats will be back soon.
  • Doctoral Do's and Don'ts: How to explore your subject in Scopus

    Doctoral Do's and Don'ts is a series of mini-lectures, where the library's team for research support share useful tips for doctoral students.
  • The fiction section temporarily closed

    The renovation of the fiction section on floor 2 will soon begin. The work will continue for a couple of weeks. At the same time, the renovation begins in the quiet reading room on floor 2.
  • The children's books area temporarily closed

    The renovation work will continue to the children's book area on floor 3 of the library. The area will be completely closed for a couple of weeks. The doors between the group room corridor on floor 3 and the library will also be closed.
  • Welcome to the library Zoom drop-in!

    Have the questions about search terms, databases and references piled up over the Easter weekend? Don't worry, the library's Zoom drop-in is back after the Easter break. Take the opportunity to ask your questions on Tuesdays 14:00–15:00 and Fridays 11:00–12:00.Link to our Zoom drop-inWelcome!
  • Changed opening hours during Easter

    The library will close at 14:00 on Maundy Thursday and is closed the whole Easter weekend. Welcome back on Tuesday 19 April.The library drop-in Zoom in on your assignment will take an Easter break and will also be back again on Tuesday 19 April.Happy Easter!
  • Doctoral Do's and Don'ts: How to get help with your research data

    Doctoral Do's and Don'ts is a series of mini-lectures, where the library's team for research support share useful tips for doctoral students.