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Arabia Campus Library moves on 30 September

Aalto University Arabia Campus Library relocates to Otaniemi in October 2016. The library will close on Fri 30.9. 4pm.

Reservations cannot be made from 19.9.2016 onwards to Arabia Campus Library collections.

There are no due dates between Thu 22.9. and Mon 7.11.2016 for items borrowed from Arabia Campus Library collections.

Aalto University Learning Centre will open in Otaniemi 31.10.2016.

Learning Hub Arabia opens 24.10.2016.

In conjunction with the relocation Aalto University Arabia Campus Library’s collections are transferred to the library’s Alli collection database and customer accounts are copied from Arsca database to the Alli database. If at this point you are aware that you will not be using the Alli database, please contact the customer service email address below.

Aalto collections will no longer be available from the Arsca collection database.

If a customer already has a library card for the Alli-database, the customer information will remain in Alli. We ask these customers to check their customer information before October in the Alli database (https://alli.linneanet.fi).  Any changed information can be notified with the Address change form https://web.lib.aalto.fi/en/forms/osoitteenmuutos_eng/ In addition a privacy statement for the circulation system of Aalto University Library is available in Finnish http://lib.tkk.fi/doc/tietosuojaseloste.pdf

Customer privileges in other Arsca-libraries (arsca.linneanet.fi) remain unchanged. A customer may upon request ask for removal of their customer account from Arsca circulation system provided that there are no current loans or unpaid overdue fees.

Usage regulations remain unchanged (http://lib.aalto.fi/fi/services/rules/).

In case of any further questions please contact customer service:
[email protected] (or [email protected])

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