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Service break in Alli database 12-18 October

Resources of Alli can still be found via Aalto-Finna.

The collection database of Arabia Campus Library is merged in Alli database. Due to this Alli is offline on 12 Oct from 7.00 am. The break lasts approximately until 18 Oct, 10.00 am.

During the break the following services are not available:

  • Alli information searching
  • renewal of loans
  • paying of overdue fines
  • placing new requests
  • registration in the library system and updating customer data
  • email notifications concerning duedates, overdue loans and book pickups

Borrowing and returning books is possible at Learning Centre beta (Otakaari 1 X) and other library offices during their customer service hours.

Aalto-Finna search functions are working during the whole break, and resources of Alli can still be found from there but the availability information is missing. Neither it is possible to renew your loans, place new requests, pay overdue fines or update your customer data.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

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