Principles of availability od collections


  1. Since the aca­d­e­m­ic year of 2014/2015 using library col­lec­tions is only pos­si­ble after set­tling all your pre­vi­ous bor­row­ings. It applies to stu­dents and teach­ers – stan­dard bor­row­ings as well as bor­row­ings in order to make copies or bring to class.
  2. The FCUM ID with a bar code func­tions as a library card.
  3. In order to acti­vate your indi­vid­ual library account you should turn to the Lend­ing Library, Read­ing Room or Sound Library.
  4. First you should try to find the need­ed mate­ri­als (books, scores, sound mate­ri­als, etc.) in the Library cat­a­logue Aleph (in Pol­ish). After you find the right items you need to log in to your account and order them. Infor­ma­tion that an order is ready for col­lec­tion can be seen on a reader’s account – items must be col­lect­ed with­in three work­ing days.
  5. If the Aleph cat­a­logue does not con­tain the infor­ma­tion you need then you should search for:

    Infor­ma­tion that your order is ready for col­lec­tion is sent by e-mail.

  6. You should remem­ber that all orders are car­ried out in the fol­low­ing way: — first: Aleph sys­tem orders, — then: e-mail orders, — oth­er orders. The same applies to the read­ers’ ser­vice in the Lend­ing Library and Sound Library.
  7. The num­ber of items allowed for bor­row­ing and the per­mit­ted peri­od of bor­row­ing are spec­i­fied in the Order no. 1 of Head of the Library.

Detailed prin­ci­ples of avail­abil­i­ty of col­lec­tions can be found in the Rules for Users of the Main FCUM (in Pol­ish).
If the Lend­ing Library is closed you can return books and scores in the Read­ing Room.

last modified: 28/07/2015