Frequently Asked Questions:
*Working hours may change due to the pandemic.
Members of our university are considered as our natural members.
Our external users can benefit from our resources when they are in the library.
After scanning the catalog, you can find the location and shelf number specified in the catalog record by following the book labels
on the shelves.
You can also ask the librarian for assistance.
Somebody may have borrowed the book before you, or it may be in one of the internal offices for administrative processing.
You may consult the librarian for assistance.
Academic personnel may borrow up to 10 books for 30 days, our students may borrow 3 books for 15 days and administrative
personnel may borrow 2 books for 15 days from our library.
When it comes to DVD’s, all our readers may borrow a maximum of 2 DVD’s, for 2 days only. Also, all library users may borrow 1 reserved book for 1 day only.
Our university applies a 0.50 Turkish Lira penalty for each day the book/s are late to be returned. Also, 2 Turkish Lira penalty will be applied for each day for reserved books.
If the borrowed book has been lost;
The same book can be obtained and given to the library, or the book fee determined by the library is paid.
At the same time,if any late payment penalties are applicable, they will also be charged.
Our service users may borrow books using their own ID’s only. Nobody else may borrow a book on their behalf.
ID is not requested during the returns process, for this reason the return may be processed.
By activating your own account on our catalog page, you can see the items you have borrowed and their return dates and penalties,
if any, and make extensions.
Each database has different uses. Please read the instructions and ask the librarian for help.
Access to the electronic databases to which our university is subscribed is provided only on campus boundaries with IP control in accordance with the license agreements made with the companies. A proxy server has been set up so that these databases can be accessed from outside the campus via commercial internet service providers. This server can be used with username and password authentication.
You may have a look at the Electronic Database Remote Access Guidance in order to have the access. Electronic Database Remote Access Guidance
There is a tab on the library website for e-resource searches. You may perform searches utilizing this tab. You may also consult the library.
Available at our library are the ‘Ask a librarian’ and ‘Book a librarian’ services.
For all variety of questions, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or you may visit the library for more information.
There is a photocopy machine in our library for duplicating library resources only.