Are you new to the library?

Are you new to the library? Norsk flagg

Welcome to the University Library. Here you can find useful information for new students.

When you are writing an assignment, the library can provide you with academic literature and literature from your reading list. We provide easy access to a plethora of electronic resources, such as ebooks, ejournals, and academic databases. We also offer reading areas and group rooms.

Watch a short video about our web page and the services we offer:

Help with searches

Are you unsure about how to search for literature? We recommend watching the following brief introductory videos on YouTube:
Find a book
Find a journal article
Search by topic

Please contact us if you need any help

How to borrow books?

Your access card or Student ID app doubles as a library card. This will work after your semester registration has been completed.

How long is the lending period?
You will have a guaranteed lending period of two weeks. After this, the lending period will be automatically renewed as long as there is no waiting list. The maximum lending period is six months. You will be notified via e-mail/SMS when the book(s) need to be returned. If the maximum lending period is reached and there is no waiting list, you can borrow the books again.

More information about lending at the University Library here.

How do I get a UiT user account?
You need an active user account to use IT services at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway.
Go to the website to activate your user account

What do I need to do to use the printers?
In order to use printers at UiT, you can log in manually with your user name and password or link your access card to the printing service.
Please follow the printing instructions that can be found on the Oracle website.

Ask us for help and guidance
We are experts in literature searches and would be happy to help you. If there is anything you are unsure about, please do not hesitate to get in touch with staff at one of our information desks. We are here to help!

Please contact the subject librarian for your subject if you have questions relating to your subject area.

We look forward to meeting you!

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