If you are studying at a distance course or programme at Linnaeus University, the University Library provides ample opportunities to search for information, access e-resources and borrow literature.
Apply for distance service
If you are registered on a distance course at Linnaeus University, you can order printed books and articles and have them sent to your home address if you live within the Nordic region but outside the municipalities of Kalmar and Växjö. The library is responsible for the cost of mailing the books to your address, but you pay for the return postage yourself.
Contact email@example.com if you have any questions or need to extend the validity of your account.
Ordering books and articles
You order books directly from OneSearch, the University Library's all-in-one search service which includes the library catalogue and most of our databases. Search for the book and click on "Order/queue". Then select "Personal delivery". If the book is on loan, you can choose to queue for it.
If you need an article from one of the library's printed journals, we can send you a copy. Order by searching for the journal in OneSearch. Once you have logged in, you can use a form to specify which article you need.
Borrowing from other libraries
Please note that you must be able to pick up books borrowed from other libraries yourself at the library in Kalmar or Växjö. These books can not be sent to your home address. Another option is to contact your local library and ask them to help you.