• The library is closed on Monday 24 June


    The library is closed on Monday, 24 June due to electrical service work which means that the power will be cut for longer periods of time. You can reach us via Ask the library and return books in the return box outside the entrance.
  • Summer opening hours at the library


    On Monday, 10 June, the library will switch to its summer opening hours. The group rooms on floor 3 will close, but those on floor 2 will be open as usual.
  • See the library's recently acquired books


    Do you want to stay updated on new book acquisitions at the library? Now you can subscribe to different feeds to discover the latest printed books. Choose to follow a predefined category or create your own customized feed.
  • E-books from Springer


    The library now offers access to e-books from Springer published in 2024 in the fields of Business & Management and Computer Science (including Lecture Notes in Computer Science). Additional titles will be added throughout the year. The books can be read on SpringerLink and are searchable in Primo.
  • Changed opening hours during Ascension weekend


    The library is closed from Thursday, 9 May through Sunday, 12 May. The group rooms are open as usual, 6–20.Have a nice weekend!
  • Academic Ceremony exhibition at the library


    Jönköping University will celebrate the Academic Ceremony on Saturday, 4 May. The event will include professor installations and doctoral promotions. An exhibition featuring information about the ceremony and dissertations and other publications from the participating doctors, honorary doctors and professors, is now on display at the library.
  • Changed opening hours 30 April and 1 May


    On Tuesday, 30 April, the library will close at 14:00. The library will be closed on Wednesday, 1 May.
  • Celebrate the World Book Day with the library and JSU Book club!


    On World Book Day on 23 April, the University Library and the JSU Book Club invite you to a joint celebration in the library at 16:00. There will be book recommendations, information about the writing and publishing process, fika and a quiz.
  • Changed opening hours for the library group rooms


    Due to ongoing issues with littering and disruptive behaviour in the group rooms and corridors, we need to close earlier in the evenings. As of Monday 22 April, the corridors are open with a JU card 6–20 every day.
  • Opening hours during Easter


    The library closes at 14:00 on Maundy Thursday, 28 March, and is closed the entire Easter weekend. Welcome back on Tuesday, 2 April at 8:00.Happy Easter!
  • Research funders invest in open access


    The Swedish Research Council, Forte, Formas, and Vinnova have decided to collectively fund publication costs for publishers that exclusively publish fully open access journals. At JU, this means that researchers can publish open access articles free of charge in journals from Frontiers, MJS, and PLOS.
  • Smart database searching


    Do you usually search in databases, but don't really know how to save and manage your material? On Monday, 11 March, 12:30–12:45, the library's mini-lecture is about how to search, save searches and create your own search archive in the database.
  • Tips for reading on a screen


    As a student, you can find much of the literature you need to read in digital format. There are several advantages to reading on a screen. Join us for a brief lecture at the library on Monday, 4 March at 12:45–13:00 where we will share tips to simplify your digital reading experience.
  • APA for beginners


    Are you struggling with APA reference management? Attend our short APA reference management lecture on Monday, 26 February at 12:45–12:45 for useful tips.
  • Search Primo like a pro


    Would you like to improve your search skills in the library's search engine, Primo? Attend our short lecture on Monday, 19 February, at 12:30-12:45 for top tips on efficient searching.
  • The library commemorates the International Holocaust Remembrance Day


    27 January marks the International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of the Holocaust. The library is currently hosting an exhibition that focuses on the theme of resistance, highlighting the courageous individuals who stood up against evil during the Holocaust. The exhibition also features a wide variety of interesting books related to the theme.
  • Welcome to a new semester!


    Welcome to the spring semester of 2024! The University Library is here to help new and returning students with course literature, scientific sources, and reference management. Let us know if you need any assistance.
  • Library drop in open again


    The library's drop-in is open again from Tuesday 9 January. Welcome to stop by if you have questions about, for example, search terms, searches, scientific publications and references.
  • Copyright support from the library


    Can I use an image from a book in my thesis or my article? Is it okay to copy and distribute course literature? Regardless of whether you are a student, teacher or researcher, you need to find out how you can use other people's material. The library can help you get answers to your questions about copyright.
  • Orange Week at the library


    On 20–26 November, Orange Week takes place in Jönköping. The purpose of the week is to spread knowledge about men's violence against women and violence in close relationships. Several organisations and companies in Jönköping participate and the University Library contributes with an exhibition of books on the subject.