Do you think it’s tricky to find books in the library? We have a great guide on the webthat you can look at, and then you know how you should proceed.
All libraries are structured in a specific way in order to make it possible to find books. To find a book in any library: Always start by searching.
In our library you use Primo at the library’s website to find the exact shelf placement for the book. By searching Primo you will also see directly if the book is at the shelf or not.
Here we see that the book should be found on floor 1 at the course book shelf where all books are not for loan. There are all the books sorted alphabetically.
This book is also for loan and if its avalable, at another shelf on the 4th floor at shelf 808.066 Once you are at the right shelf, the books are arranged in alphabetical order, usually by author but sometimes by the title. Therefore it is important to always search for the book on the web first, before you go up on the shelf. How is the book placed within the shelf? In this case, on the title.
Hopefully you have now found the book and can borrow it!
Text and photo: Lena Holmberg