The book collection comprises monographies, reference books, dictionaries, serial publications reports etc. Books are in both print and online electronic format. The data regarding all the collection's books are in UEF Primo.
In the search results, you can see all the different forms, versions and editions of one title all at once. Open the record to choose the version you need.
The web link to an e-book is located in the record of online version. E-books may have limitations concerning the quantity of simultaneous users. E-books are available for reading, downloading and borrowing to UEF students and staff members. Other customers can read e-books in the campus libraries.
When it comes to print books, you can see the borrowable items and reading room copies of all the campus libraries, along with the collections of departments and faculties (non-borrowable) and legal deposit copies (for reading room use). Click on the title of the book to see all the up-to-date information. The Locate-link reveals the book's exact shelf location in the library.
The Locate-filter on the refining the results section allows you to narrow your search down to a certain collection of the campus library.
Do a search using the default UEF Primo search bar (Library's collections tab).
- Enter the title of the book or essential parts of it.
- You can also add the book's author and publication year to the search.
- Use complete words or truncate the terms using the asterisk (*).
- When searching for authors, the word order is not necessarily of significance, but you can get a more accurate result by writing the author's name in quotes, surname first.
In the search results, print material and e-books, along with different editions and versions written in a different language are listed separately.
Interlibrary services: order books from other libraries
Feedback will be processed daily. Easily fixed issues will be solved immediately if they are essential to the service and in accordance with the operating policy. All feedback will be processed in the relevant services. If necessary, feedback will also be processed in the library’s working groups. Feedback and the changes prompted by feedback will be processed annually by the management group in the management review.