Order/reserve material on loan
If a document is on loan or unavaible from your campus, you can order/reserve it in Oria.
- Go to Oria and sign in in the top right corner.
- Click the tab "Get it" and then click "Request". Choose pickup location and hit "Request".
You will be notified when the document is ready to be collected. The document will be held for you for 3 working days. If you don't collect the document within the given timeframe it will either go to the next person on the waiting list or be placed back on the shelf.
NOTE: You cannot reserve material that is availabe in your library (or nearby libraries), you retrieve such material from the shelf. If you cannot locate a document on the shelf, use the same procedure to order as above, but include a note in the comment field (e.g. "Not on shelf at science and health library").
Distance students, order material delivered home by mail
- Sign in to Oria
- Click "Get it" and choose "Request".
Note: Choose home address as the pickup location
The book you have ordered will be retrieved from the shelf and sent to your home address. If there is a waiting list you will be added to the queue, and a copy of the book will be sent when it becomes available.
The guaranteed borrowing time is 14 days. After that your loan will be automatically renewed unless there is a waiting list. You will notified when you need to return the book.
If you need more help you can contact us here: email@example.com
Order material not available from UiT
If you are a student or an employee and you need material we don't own, it can be ordered via inter-library loan. However, if we have electronic access to the material you're looking for, we will not order printed copies from other libraries.
- Sign in to Oria and search for the title using the search criteria "All libraries"
- Click "Get it" and choose "Resource sharing request". Review the information on the form and hit "Request".
You will be notified when the document is ready for you. If you wish to renew an inter-library loan please contact the University Library.