This guide is aimed at new students at Tampere Universities.
The guide contains essential and concise information about Tampere University Library and its services.
Use our Andor search service to locate printed books and journals as well as links to e-books, e-journas and journal articles.
You can also place holds on books and renew your loans online, as well as access e-resources remotely when you log in to Andor with your tuni user account.
Tampere University Library operates on four different campuses all around Tampere. Read more about our units and their contact info and opening hours on our Library website.
Some library units allow the use of the library outside official opening hours. As a member of the higher education community at Tampere University, contact the campus information desk for more information.
Your student card is also your library card. If you are still waiting for your official student card, you can apply for a temporary library card.
Activate your student card to function as a library card online or at the Library service desk.
Once you have activated your student card and your library card has a pin code, you can use the self-service machines to borrow books. Return the books with the self-service returning machine. If you need help, don't hesitate to ask the Library staff!
As a library card holder you are bound to comply with the library service rules and are responsible for all materials borrowed on your card.
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