The Library’s services are available to all members of the academic community at KTU who have a valid Lithuanian Student Identity Card (LSIC), employee ID card, personal identity card or passport. Other visitors who want to use the Library’s services should register at the Information Desk of the Central Library or the Faculty Libraries.
If you have lost your ID card or passport, please notify the Reader Services immediately by email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (8-37) 300 655. If this information is not provided, the account holder is held responsible for all the actions related to the account, including a failure to return the borrowed books.
The Central Library’s working hours in summer:
8:00–17:00 Monday to Thursday
On the eve of the public holidays the Library closes one hour earlier.
The Library is closed for visitors on every last working day of the month from 8:00 to 12:00 (except in April, May, October and November). On these days, it provides services after 12:00, as the first part of the day is devoted to the revision of stacks and computers.
The copies of the publications should be brought to the Research Information Services (Central Library, Gedimino Street 50, Room 123). If you have questions about uploading your publications, please contact Rita Jašmontienė at email@example.com or Edita Ražanskaitė at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The self-service multifunctional photocopiers are in the Reading Room of the Central Library and in the Reading Rooms of every Faculty. The price is 0.04 EUR per A4 page for photocopying or printing and 0.02 EUR for scanning.
The premises of the Central Library (Gedimino Street 50) and the Library of Faculty of Informatics (Studentų Street 50) are adapted for the people with movement disabilities.
The adjustable tables and chairs for the readers with movement disabilities are located at every Library of Kaunas University of Technology. In addition, the specialised computer mice and keyboards for the readers with kinetic disabilities can be found at every Library.
All the email sent by the Library can be found on KTU email system https://pastas.ktu.lt.KTU e-mail system provides a possibility to forward messages to your personal email. A preview of the messages is available on Office 365 email system.
Computers for group or individual work and the internet are available to all members of the academic community.
Students who participate in library organized trainings can learn how to search for information, use information resources for papers, cite them and prepare a list of references. Students who participate in at least 3 training sessions during the semester can receive a badge.
In KTU Virtual Library, you can find all the information resources from KTU Library Catalogue, subscribed databases, Lithuanian Academic Electronic Library (eLABa) and open access databases. In the Library Catalogue section, you can order items, extend a loan period of an item, add comments to resources, upload search results and submitted inquiries into a personalized electronic shelf.
In the Catalogue, please select Other Resources and then KTU STUDY MODULES LITERATURE:
Yes, the results can be sorted into the main and additional literature.
The information is sent by e-mail (KTU e-mail system https://pastas.ktu.lt). In addition, the information is provided in the Catalogue > My account >Activities>Order items or by telephone (8-37) 300 655.
If the column Due Date is empty, a book is available. If the date is indicated, a book is borrowed by other readers until the indicated date. You can put this book on hold.
Students can not borrow books from the reading room, there is a possibility to scan / take pictures / copy excerpts from a book. University teachers, researchers and PhD students can borrow books from the reading room for 3 days.
Yes, it is possible. The books are lent if a person provides a personal identity card or a passport.
– Lithuanian dissertations and dissertation summaries;
– Electronic documents (on data storage devices)
– Rare books
You can receive the items at the library where they are being stored (please ask at the Information Desk in the Central Library or the Faculty Libraries). The orders are kept on the shelf for three days.
From one day to one semester.
Up to 20 books can be borrowed.
Yes, it is. At the time of placing your order, please notice in which library the book is being stored.
The number of extension periods is unlimited unless you have penalties (your debt cannot exceed 5 EUR) or a book has been placed on hold by another user.
Yes, an identity card is not required to return a book to the Library.
The course papers and the Bachelor’s theses are kept at the respective academic departments. The Master’s thesis, the PhD theses and summaries are registered in the Lithuanian Electronic Thesis and Dissertations (ETD) database and available online at http://etd.library.lt.
The information about the subscribed databases is accessible on the Library’s website, please select e-Resources.
The content of the subscribed databases is available to all the members of the University’s community and the registered users of the Library.
Access to these databases is a free trial access to get acquainted with the content of a database.
Advice will be provided at all the Faculty Libraries. For more information about the databases, you are welcome to contact the Information Services at the Central Library (Gedimino Street 50, Room 122.), also by telephone (8-37) 300 657.
In accordance with the Rector’s order No. A-101 of 18 March 2013, all the students who are about to graduate from the University or to terminate their studies have to close their library account: to return all the borrowed items, to replace the lost items and to pay the fines if there are any. Students can close their library account by logging into the Academic Information System (AIS).
Login to the AIS:
In the section Settlement with the University,- click on Details;
Confirm that you are not going to borrow any other books.
Then your status Active will be changed to Settled and you will need to visit the Library in person to close your account.
Yes, this procedure applies to all students.
The user should pay a fine for each book which is not returned on time (in accordance with Rector‘s order No. A-248 of 18 May, 2017), 0.10 EUR for each delayed day – for the items from the closed stack and 0.30 EUR for the items from the open stack.
Note: the items from the open stack (reading rooms) are lent only to teachers, researchers and PhD students. The amount to be paid should be checked in the Library. The payment is accepted by bank transfer. The information about the payment will be transferred to the Library in several days. Therefore, the users who want the fine to be eliminated instantly should provide a payment confirmation document. It can also be e-mailed at email@example.com.
In case a book has been lost or damaged irreparably, you have to replace it by a copy of the same item or an equivalent book, selecting from the list of recommended books. Before replacing a lost book, please consult with the Library you have borrowed it from.