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SeAMK Library

Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences Library is located in Campus House. C0 door is the main entrance to the library.

SeAMK Library is open to everyone. The library acquires books, journals and electronic resources which support studies and theses work as well as literature, journals and electronic resources supporting teaching, research, development and innovation activities.

Teaching in the University of Applied Sciences emphasizes independent information seeking. Students are encouraged to use field-related sources of information as well as library and information services.

Learning information seeking skills is included in the curriculum. The information specialists are responsible for the teaching of information seeking skills. The library staff also offers other guidance and consultation. There are premises for studying independently or in groups in the library. It is possible to borrow a laptop from the lending kiosk. Students also have access to the library’s electronic resources through remote access.

Library and information services

You’ll need professional, scholarly and reliable information that will help you with your studies. As a student at Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, you will find it at SeAMK Library both in printed and in electronic books and journals.

Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences Library is located in Campus House. Opening hours and contact information are available on the library’s web pages.

It is worthwhile to use various books, journals and e-resources when doing your assignments. At the library you will find text books, research publications and other material that you will need for your studies. You can browse library collections, make reservations and renew your loans via library’s web service, SeAMK-Finna.

Library also acquires material in electronic form. You can read e-books and e-journals in the university computer network and on your home computer or mobile device through remote access. If you are studying at home or off-campus, e-resources provided by the library are a big advantage. E-resources are conveniently available on library’s web pages.

The information specialists are responsible for the teaching of information retrieval which is included in your curriculum. Participate in the lessons and apply what you will learn to your assignments! You may always ask for instruction and guidance at the library. If you have a wider need for information, make an appointment with an information specialist – the service is free of charge.

Library is a learner’s living room. If you need a peaceful place for studying or a space for doing group work, come to the library.

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