Updated on 27 March, 2020.

This is a notice of our services at the moment, but the arrangements may change. Please follow our news updates.

Harald Herlin Learning Centre is closed during 17 March -13 April 2020.

Aalto University students and staff have a limited possibility to pick up printed materials from the Learning Centre. Temporary pick-up point is located next to the main entrance of the Learning Centre, Otaniementie 9. Only books that are currently available on the shelf may be reserved starting from 26 March. Customer service will contact the customer by phone and arrange a pick-up time (Mon-Fri, 10am – 2pm). The customer has to prove their identification with a passport or an identity card when picking up their reserved materials. During the exceptional circumstances, we wish that the customers would only use the pick-up service, if it is absolutely necessary.

The pick-up service is managed so that customer and staff will not have any physical contact. Appointments for pick-up will be arranged so that customers will not have any contact with each other, either. Please note that you can come to pick up the books only if you are healthy.

During the exceptional situation caused by corona virus, customers can make reservations and renew loans in https://aalto.finna.fi. The nearest due date for the renewals is 16 April. If renewing books online fails, please contact our customer service. Last pick-up date for reserved books available for pick-up at the Learning Centre is 24 April. If you want to pick up your reservation earlier, please contact our customer service (see information below).

Loans can be returned at any time to the return box which is located to the left of the Learning Centre main entrance, around the corner at the 7-24 door.

If you have accumulated late fees from during the closing time, please contact our customer service for compensation.

For the time being, interlibrary loan service is only to Aalto University students and staff, as well as other libraries.

Aalto University students and faculty members can access all licensed materials wherever and whenever by logging in with Aalto username. More information: http://libguides.aalto.fi/e-resources

Electronic theses can be found in Aaltodoc database. Availability of full-texts depends on authors’ permissions. Further information: http://libguides.aalto.fi/theses_dissertations