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Töölö campus library services from Learning Hub Rooftop from 15 Aug

From 15 Aug there are library services offered in the School of Business main building, at the 5th and 6th floors.

The services include:

  • BIZ bachelor studies course books, School of Business dissertations and printed Harvard Business printed magazine,
  • borrowing and returning of book loans,
  • Pick-up point of reserved books,
  • Pick-up point of interlibrary loans,
  • Customer service point that offers loaning and information services,
  • Information retrieval education for bachelor and graduate students.

You can order books to Learning Hub Rooftop from other offices of the Aalto Learning Centre and you can return there books borrowed from other offices.

Customer service is available:
Mon 10-18
Tue-Fri 9-15

Students can access the space with their keycards 24/7.

Contact information:

  • Mail address:
    PO BOX 21210
    00076 AALTO
  • Street address:
    Runeberginkatu 14-16, Helsinki
    5th ja 6th floors
  • Customer service email:
    [email protected]
  • Customer service phone number:
    040 353 8032

Further information:
Harri Maikola [email protected]

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