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The information desk
At the library information desk you can get help with information searching. You can also ask questions by chat, email or phone.
During the academic term a librarian is present at the information desk during the following hours:
Mon-Thurs 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Fri 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Drop-in Academic Support
Librarians and Academic Support Centre staff will be available to help you with search strategies, academic writing, oral presentations and study skills.
Thursdays 12 noon–2 p.m.
Kalmar, Radix, floor 0
Växjö, level 2, between the red and green zones
Chat with the library
You can ask questions about information retrieval, borrowing/returning books, group study rooms, overdue fines and more. If we are not available, you are asked to send an email (optional) and we will contact you as soon as possible. You can find the the chat on The University Library's homepage.
Chat with the Academic Support Centre
You can ask questions about academic writing, oral presentations, study skills and more. If we are not available, you are asked to send an email (optional) and we will contact you as soon as possible. You can find the the chat on The University Library's homepage.
Book a librarian
As a student at the Linnaeus University you can book tutoring with a librarian by yourself or together with a few fellow students.
Book text tutoring
The Academic Support Centre offers advice on academic writing for students at Linnaeus University. You can contact us anytime during the writing process, from the prewriting stage to the final draft.
Book oral presentations tutoring
The Academic Support Centre offers advice on oral presentations
for students at Linnaeus University. You can contact us anytime during the
process, from the planning stage to the final presentation.
Book study skills tutoring
The Academic Support Centre also offers tips and support for study skills.