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Interlibrary loans

Interlibrary loans of literature not available at Jönköping University Library or Jönköping Public Library, can be requested from other libraries in and outside of Sweden. Course books and books on loan can not be requested.

Contact

Eva Evertsson
interlib@ju.se
036-10 10 16


Daniel Glimryd
interlib@ju.se
036-10 10 31

Who can order an interlibrary loan?

The interlibrary loan service is primarily intended for students and staff at Jönköping University.

It is also possible for students from other universities to request interlibrary loans, although to a more restricted extent. Please, contact interlib@ju.se for more information.

Other library users are referred to their local public library. 

What material can be requested?

Material that you need for your studies or research, and is not found in our library in printed or electronic form, can be requested as interlibrary loans.

Journal articles are delivered as printed copies. For copyright reasons, these can not be sent digitally. You will receive a message when you can pick them up in our information desk. If you are employed at JU, the copies will be sent to your internal mail box. 

Please note that certain types of material can not be ordered, such as e-books, course literature, complete issues of journals and reference literature.

How do I request an interlibrary loan?

You can request an interlibrary loan with our request form or at the information desk.

You must always state your JU user name or JU card number/library card number when you make a request.

Use My account to see all your interlibrary loan requests. They are visible the day after the library has carried out the orders.

You will be notified by e-mail when the material is available at the information desk. 

How much does it cost?

JU students:

Article copies: free of charge.
Loan from Sweden, Norway and Denmark: free of charge.
Loan from other countries: 120 SEK/book.

The fee is added to your library card. Pay at the information desk.

JU staff:

Article copies: free of charge.
Loan from Sweden, Norway and Denmark: free of charge.
Loan from other countries: 120 SEK/book.

Your school will be charged each year.

How long does it take?

The delivery time for an interlibrary loan varies, but is normally around a week. The loan period and other terms are decided by the lending library.

Renewal of interlibrary loans

Contact the University Library by e-mail interlib@ju.se if you want to renew your interlibrary loans.

Content updated 2020-10-02