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Of course we are NOT CLOSED IN JUNE, as the newsletter stated.
We WILL be closed 11-24 July and 19-25 September!
Newsletter May 2016
Read about old manuscripts and online resources in our May newsletter!
Newsletter April 2016
Read our April newsletter for news about one of our volunteers, a Museum of the Bible and sheep:
Newsletter March 2016
Read about the new additions to our library:
We have a new scanner on the library desk!
Please scan your library card every time you enter the library.
It is important for us to have statistics of library use.
Newsletter January 2016
Read about some funny facts in our January newsletter:
Newsletter December 2015
In the December newsletter you will read about faculty publications and a new experience for your librarians.
Newsletter November 2015
In the November newsletter you can read about a very special, very old book, information about the thesis tables and how to place holds.
Books on Thesis tables
From now on you can see which books are on the thesis tables via the Thesis tables page.
When an item is on a thesis table, including Reference books and bibles, it will show under 'location' on the record detail page.
These items cannot be checked out, but you can consult them on the thesis table. Please do not remove them from the table without talking to the person that has the table in use!
You can now also place a hold on items that are checked out in order to reserve them.
Placing holds are normally used to request books from the closed stacks or offices.
Open University students can also use this feature to request books in advance.
For more information, see the FAQs.
Newsletter October 2015
In this first newsletter of the new academic year, we present our new catalog, a new assistant librarian and much more!
Welcome to our new library catalog
Our new library catalog has been launched!
This catalog works differently than the former one. It uses a true word search, like Google. Type in as much information as you know: for example, the author’s last name, a keyword of the title, the subject of the book or any combination. Of course you can also use the advanced search.