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MOVING NOTICE: Aalto University Campus Libraries are moving together in autumn 2016

Campus libraries and the Library of Architecture are preparing for moving in October 2016 to the refurbished Learning Centre at Otaniementie 9.

The moves of the Arabia and Töölö Campus Libraries, the Learning Centre beta and the Library of Architecture will be timetabled in phases of which there will be information available as soon as possible. To ensure the availability of library services with minimum disruptions the Learning Center beta will be moving last.

A selection of library services will be available according to demand at Arabia and Töölö campuses after the moves.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION:

Vice Director Matti Raatikainen matti.raatikainen (@) aalto.fi

Töölö campus Miira Sarkki miira.sarkki (@) aalto.fi

Arabia Campus Kimmo Lindqvist kimmo.lindqvist (@) aalto.fi

Moving information on library website: lib.aalto.fi/en/moving/
Our website: http://lib.aalto.fi/en/   

Our future address: Otaniementie 9, Espoo

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