COVID-19 library regulations

The library remains OPEN. Our collections remain available for consultation and loan, and the digital resources are accessible in the library and remotely for ETF students and staff. To avoid late fines after the last automatic renewals, all borrowed items should be returned in time via the self-checkout module in the library entrance wing, via the library dropbox (when the library is closed), or by post. After checking in or using books, place them on the provided book carts in the library.


When using the library, it is essential that you:

  • stay at home if you are sick.
  • scan your library card at the entrance.
  • disinfect your hands with hand sanitizer.
  • keep social distance
  • wear a face mask when you move about in the library.
  • before leaving, please wipe your desk with the paper towels and cleaning products that can be found throughout the library. Let a library worker know when the refill is needed.

Should there be any change to the above due to new government regulations we will inform you as soon as possible. Thank you for your cooperation.


Online resources

There are many online resources available to a great extent this year, which you can find on our E-sources webpage and via the Virtual Campus.

Some resources that we already had access to have expanded their available collection.

  • JSTOR: you can now read up to 100 articles with the free account.

  • Project Muse: some scholarly content is temporarily available for free on this platform.


Updated 28/10/21

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