Borrow and order
To find the book you are looking for use Lovisa, the library catalogue, and LUBsearch. LUBsearch is our collective entry point for the Lund University Libraries' collection of printed and electronic material.
If it is older material you can also try Catalogue -57. This is a card catalogue listing Lund University Library’s holdings up to 1957.
If it is a printed book and it is not on the shelf in the Asia Library you can order it, or queue for it, and pick it up at any library at Lund University.
You can also suggest a purchase to the librarians if you can not find the book at all.
At the Asia Library you will be attended by library staff to borrow the books at the information desk.
Course books you can borrow for 14 days, and renew them (online or in a LU library) up to ten times, if they are not requested. Please note, there is a fine of 10 SEK a book a day if you are late.
Most of the course books are also available as e-books, use ePublications in LUBsearch to find them.
Reference course books are placed behind the information desk and will be registered on your library card, but you have to stay in the library with it, and return it before you leave.
The rest of the books (that are not reference books with red stickers) on the shelves you are guaranteed to keep for 4 weeks, and if they are not requested you will automatically have them for 6 months. If you still want them after six months you need to take them to the Asia Library to be renewed.
If it is an e-book you can download it to your computer, cell phone or other device. If you need help, please ask the librarians! If you are outside the campus or not using Eduroam, you need to login with your student account.
You can return the books at any of the libraries at Lund University, You can also return them in the box outside the Asia Library, but please note that it will not be registered until the next working day. NOTE. During summer the box is closed, and you have to return it at one of the other libraries at LU.
If you find it in LUBsearch you can download it on to your own device. It is free of charge. If you need help, please ask the librarian! If you are outside the campus or not using Eduroam, you need to login with your student account.
If you find the article in Lubito, you have to log in with your student acoount and the article will be sent to you via email within a couple of days. It is free of charge.
Please ask the librarians at the Asia Library if you have any questions!