Book a Visit to the Library
The Turku University Library units will open in a limited capacity to students and staff of the university starting from Monday 19th April 2021. You can browse the collections, use the machines, and study areas by booking a library visit in advance via email. While in the library premises, you are expected to follow the university’s instructions on the corona virus situation, including wearing face masks and keeping at least 2 metre’s safe distance to others.
Reserved materials to be collected from collection points
Books and journals can be borrowed and returned as usual during your visit at the library, but reservations will still be collected from the collection points in Feeniks Library or in the Teacher Education Library in Rauma.
The library staff can help you, if there are any problems during your visit. However, all other advice and customer service is available via email, phone, or chat.
Libraries on the Turku campus area
Turku campus libraries can be booked for a visit on alternate weekdays from 12 PM to 4 PM:
- Monday: Teutori Library
- Tuesday: Educarium Library
- Wednesday: Feeniks Library
- Thursday: Turku School of Economics Library
- Friday: Calonia and Quantum libraries
Visits to the library are booked by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maximum time for a visit is 2h/patron/day. You can have a maximum of two (2) active bookings inside a two week time period.
In Calonia, Educarium, School of Economics, Quantum, and Teutori libraries a maximum of nine (9) patrons can be admitted in at a time. In Feeniks Library the maximum number is five (5), due to the number of library staff working at the premises.
- Please note that people working or visiting the archive for History, Culture and Arts Studies may reduce the number of patrons allowed into the Teutori Library.
- If you have requested the use of materials restricted to the Feeniks Library, these can be used on other weekdays, and in exceptional circumstances on Wednesdays, by reserving a visit.
Teacher Education Library in Rauma
Visits can be booked to the Teacher Education Library in Rauma on Mondays and Thursdays at 12 PM - 4 PM.
Visits to the library are booked via email to email@example.com. Maximum time for a visit is 2h/patron/day. You can have a maximum of two (2) active bookings inside a two week time period.
A maximum of five (5) patrons can be admitted into the library at a time. Books and journals can be borrowed and returned as usual during your visit at the library, but reservations will still be collected from the collection point.
Booking your visit
- Send a booking request to firstname.lastname@example.org and state which library you want to book a visit in, when (date and time), and the duration of your visit (max 2h/patron/day). Visits start at each full hour. You can have a maximum of two (2) active bookings at a time.
- Write in the message, if you are coming to use the materials (borrowing, browsing the shelves, printing) or to use the study areas (group work, reading, other type of studying).
- Also state, if you want to use a UTUPub terminal, the Eikon terminal in the School of Economics Library, or KAVI or VERA terminals in the Teutori or the Feeniks Library, or microfilm readers in the Feeniks Library.
- For each person coming to the library, their full name and UTU username has to be stated in the booking request.
- You will receive a confirmation message via email, when your booking request has been approved.
Instructions for your visit
- Arrive at the library promptly on time at the start of your visit, and remember to bring your ID (a passport or equivalent) and a face mask, or a visor, with you.
- You can access the building with your electronic tag. A library staff member will check your ID and let you into the library.
- Remember to keep a safe distance to other people while you wait, as well as inside the library, and wear a face mask the whole time. Hand sanitiser and disinfectant is available at the library to use to clean the surfaces you are using.
- No fees will be accepted in the libraries.
- Do not come to the campus, if you are experiencing influenza-like symptoms or sudden respiratory problems.