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Renovation of the service desk is starting in Harald Herlin Learning Centre

The service desk is going under renovation starting from 27 June. We apologize for the noise.
Learning Centre, Main lobby

The service desk is going under renovation starting from 27 June. During the renovation the location of the service desk will change, and the main lobby self-check machine is not in use. You can borrow books at customer service desk or with self-check machines situated in other floors. The pickup place location for reserved books has also been changed. The renovation is going on until mid-August. We apologize for the noise.

More information: [email protected]

Contact information: Harald Herlin Learning Centre

Contact information of the Learning Centre as a whole. Our main service point is Harald Herlin Learning Centre at Otaniementie 9, Espoo.

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