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Renew your loans

How long you may keep a book depends on the sort of book you have borrowed; a course book, a long term loan or an interlibrary loan. Read more here!

Renewing loans on course books

The loan period for a course book is 2 weeks; this can be extended if no one else is waiting to borrow the book.

You can renew course book loans yourself, a maximum of 10 times.

  • Log in to your account in LUBcat
  • Mark the title and then click the Renew selected button at the bottom. If there is no box to be ticked, the loan cannot be renewed
  • Check that the loan renewal went through and that you have been given a new return date
  • Click Log out when you have finished, so that no one else can view your loans.

Renewing long term loans

Long term loans apply to all books at Sambib, except course books. The loan period is 28 days, with automatic renewals, if there is no request.

You cannot renew loans on books with automatic renewals yourself. To renew loans on these books manually, you need to bring them in to the library.

Renewing interlibrary loans

Renewing your interlibrary loans requires, as with the long term loans above, that you bring them to the library. You cannot renew them yourself. When you renew an interlibrary loan you are not guaranteed a loan period since the home library may request them. If that happens you recieve an e-mail from us.

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Phone: 046-222 09 90

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