Switching the library mode to the “issue counter”
Unfortunately, we are forced to end the current library mode, where it was possible to choose and borrow books independently. From now until further notice, we are shortening the opening hours of the library and the books you want to borrow will need to be ordered in advance. More information about this fallback circulation mode can be found here.
At the same time, we automatically extended the loan deadlines for all readers.
Restoring remote access to the E-loans service
As in the spring semester, the archive of digitized works in the MUNI collections was made accessible by remote E-loans service. However, unlike the spring operation, it comes with certain limitations – an “e-borrowing” mechanism is introduced, where at a time each reader can borrow only one scanned book, it is not possible to borrow more units of one book than the university owns in paper form and at the same time, e-borrowing has limited time. For more information, see this webpage.
In connection with the launch of the remote E-loans service, we are dusting off the offer of scanning books on demand. If the title is not available in electronic form for ECON users in the e-Loans or elsewhere, we will scan the book and insert it into the e-Loans service. Instructions for sending requests can be found here.
In order to continue to make data from the Bloomberg terminal available to you, we have hired a student to mediate your requests. Those interested in this service should look at its description.