How to find a book
- If you know which book you are looking for, the easiest way to find it is to search for it in our Library Search system. Write the title of the book in the search box, and you will most likely find the requested item.
When you find the book in the library search, you will receive a number code and a surname or a word that shows where the book is located. The books are arranged based on what they contain and have thus been given a code based on that. The system we use is called Dewey and is used internationally. The more numbers your book has received, the more specific is it.
Example:Books marked with a red label with REF on are course books you can read in the library.
155.2 Personality Psychology
Can't find the book in our collections?
If you need a book that is not available in the library, make an Inter Library Loan-request.
Loan periods for books
A loan period is 14 days, and you can renew the book yourself, as long as no other patron has requested the book. Read more about loan periods here.
Special Book Collections
Norm-Critical Book Collection
The collection consists of a selection of both fiction and non-fiction books that illustrate the breadth of the concept of norm-critique. You can find the books on the library second floor outside the Compactus shelves.
To read more about norm-critique: