• Fiction gets a new place
    One step of the makeover of the library is to give the fiction section a new place. From now on you will find novels, short stories, poetry and drama on the balcony above the information desk. There will also be a cozy reading nook adjacent to the books.
  • Extra drop-in times during the holidays
    Are you studying during the holidays and have questions about databases or references? Visit our Zoom drop-in:Thursday 30 December 11:00–12:00Friday 7 January 11:00–12:00Here's the link.
  • Opening hours during the holidays
    The year is coming to an end and the Christmas and New Year holidays are waiting around the corner. The library is open almost every day that is not a holiday.
  • Doctoral Do's and Don'ts: What’s the latest? Keep up!

    Doctoral Do's and Don'ts is a series of mini-lectures, where the library's team for research support share useful tips for doctoral students.
  • We are giving the library a makeover
    In 2022, the library will be 25 years old, and the building needs some maintenance and renovation. During the spring semester, the study environment will be affected by the intense renovation work that will take place. Major and minor changes will be made, including a new wall and furniture restorations.
  • Zoom in – at the library too
    Starting 7 December, we offer drop in-tutoring both at the library and in Zoom. Ask all your questions on how to search for information and cite your sources before Christmas!
  • We are redecorating the library
    At the end of this semester, an extensive renovation of the library's premises will begin, which is expected to be completed in the autumn of 2022. You can look forward to a new entrance, an opening between Caffè Dallucci and the library and a new lounge area.
  • Meet other reading enthusiasts in the library's book club
    Last Monday, the library's book club for students gathered again for coffee and discussions of their impressions of the book Educated by Tara Westover.
  • Opening hours during All Saints' Weekend.
    The library is closing at 12:00 on Friday 5 November and is also closed Saturday 6 November.Welcome back on Monday 8 November at 8:00!
  • Sculpture exhibition in the library
    Master students from the course Design Philosophy and Practice at the School of Engineering are currently exhibiting their final projects in the library.
  • Doctoral Do's and Don'ts: Journal Impact Factors
    Doctoral Do's and Don'ts is a series of mini-lectures, where the library's team for research support share useful tips for doctoral students.
  • Do you have questions about references?
    Do you have questions about how to write your references and cite your sources, or how to search for information? Ask us in Zoom on Tuesdays and Fridays!
  • More study seats available in the library again
    The restrictions connected to the pandemic are being eased and at the library that means opening up for more study seats again.
  • JU Sustainability Festival at the Library
    The University Library participates in the JU Sustainability Festival with a book exhibition on Agenda 2030 and the role of higher education.
  • Library exhibition about the Academic Ceremony
    On Saturday 25 September, Jönköping University celebrates academic festivities with an inauguration and conferment ceremony. At the library, we honor the festivities with an exhibition.
  • Doctoral Do's and Don'ts: Research Profiles for Higher Visibility
    Doctoral Do's and Don'ts is a series of mini-lectures, where the library's team for research support share useful tips for doctoral students.
  • Join the library's new book club!
    Do you enjoy reading? Would you like to discuss your reading experiences with others? The library's book club for students will start soon.
  • Zoom in on your thesis starts again
    Do you need help with academic writing, searching for information and citing your sources? Visit the library's Zoom drop in.
  • Study in the University library
    In the library you can study both on your own and with a group. Right now, our premises are adapted so that we can keep our distance from each other.
  • Welcome to a new semester!
    As of Monday 23 August, the library will return to regular opening hours. We are open Monday to Thursday 8:00-20:00, Friday 8:00-18:00 and Saturday 11:00-15:00.