The University’s safety measures are based on hygiene, safe distances, and restricting the number of participants and tracing.
From the 1st of June, limited library services will be opened to students and staff of the University of Turku on a prior reservation basis. Educarium's collection point for reserved material will also serve the university community during the summer.
The reopening of activities at the University of Turku begins according to the University’s exit plan.
Global Consortium of Scientists Investigates Connection between Loss of Smell and Taste and COVID-19 with a Survey
Scientists from the Universities of Helsinki and Turku, Finland are part of the global consortium investigating the connection between the chemical senses and COVID-19. People with respiratory illnesses (including COVID-19) are urged to participate in survey on smell loss.
Collection point for reserved material in the Educarium Library at the Turku Campus is closed on Easter Fri-Mon 10.-13.4.2020.
The virologists at the University of Turku have followed the spread of the novel SARS-CoV-2 virus closely since the beginning of the year. Laboratories in Turku received the first genes of the new virus in February and, ever since, researchers have strived to solve the mysteries of the pathogen only the size of 120 nanometres.
The borrowing of library resources required for studying, teaching and research will be ensured during the exceptional situation. New service is address only to Turku University members.
Collection points for reserved material will be opened in the Educarium Library at the Turku Campus on Wednesday 1st April 2020 and for the Teacher Education Library in Rauma on Wednesday 8th April 2020. You can collect reservations and reserve books that are currently available for home loan in any library at Turku University campus area.
New library guide will help you to use e-resources and electronic services in the COVID-19 situation
Library has cathered into one guide hints and tips how to use e-resources and library services