Self-service libraries are available when the staff is not present. A self-service library has technology installed that allows you to use the library with a library card and PIN code. The access right is personal.
During the self-service hours, it is possible to return items, borrow, pick up reservations, read newspapers, use spaces, and computers. Printing, copying, or making payments are not possible. The user must have a library card and its associated PIN code. In case of misuse, access to self-service library may be revoked. Parents are responsible for the self-service transactions of those under 15 years of age.
You can obtain a library card and PIN code at any library during the service hours. Prepare to prove your identity with a photo ID.
In order to access the library during self-service hours, proceed as follows:
- Show your library card to the card reader at the front door and enter your PIN code on the reader.
- The electric lock opens the front door automatically.
- Some libraries are accessed via a lobby, in which case you need to show your library card and enter the PIN code again.
The service is free of charge.