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Frequently Asked Questions

Weekdays: 08.00 – 23.00
Weekend: 10.00 – 17.00
Reading room: 7/24

*Everyone can use the library. Guest users can benefit from library within the framework of user rights.

Getting the books directly with the “Open Shelf” and “LC Classification” systems used in our library is possible. You need to check with the library catalog whether the publications you seek are in the library. You can get the publications after you have found the number from the library catalog. You can ask for help with books you can not find.

Periodicals are arranged in alphabetic order on shelves. You can search through the Periodical Publications link to determine whether the journals you seek are in the library and the available issue. Using the databases, you can access any information about the periodicals and the issues in the library.

You can borrow all information sources except encyclopedias, manuals, atlas, dictionaries, periodicals, theses, and rare books.

– Academician: 10 units for 30 days
– P.hD: 7 units for 30 days
– Master: 5 units for 15 days
– Undergraduate: 3 units for 15 days
– Administrative Staff: 3 units for 15 days

You can view and extend your borrowing period after logging into the system using the “My Library” link.

You can make a reservation if the book you are looking for is borrowed. You need to log in to the system using the “My Library” link. After you have logged in, click on the “Reserve” link given the detailed information of the source you want to reserve in the search result. When the book is returned, you will receive an email, and the dedicated resource will be held for two days in the library's lending section.

Yes. You can cancel the book you have reserved. For this, click on the red icon to the left of the source under the heading “Reserved” by logging into the system via the “My Library” link.

Yes. You can make photocopies of copyrighted materials from library sources.

If you cannot find your borrowed publication, please notify the library without losing time. In this case, you are obliged to buy the new edition of the publication or to pay the price determined by the library.

Universities and departments may contribute to the collection development by asking them to provide the publications they want in the library. After signing in through the ” My Library” for ordering, you can fill out the “Publication Order Form” and request the purchase.

– A collection of textbooks and auxiliary resources.
– Resources that can be used in the library for 3 hours.
– Please refer to the Circulation Services for the books you want to use.