* You can access here the video recording of the Information Literacy Training held on October 10, 2022.
If the borrowed material is damaged or lost, the original copy should be purchased and delivered to the library. Please contact a librarian at 312 585 0084, email@example.com or see them in person with the details of the book.
You can only use your own card to borrow an item from the library.
The return time of the borrowed material is automatically determined by the system as the Monday following the weekend. For this reason, there is no such thing as the return date coming to the weekend.
You can extend the duration of the books online at “My Library Account”, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling the library staff or by coming to the library information desk.
It can be reserved online at the "My Library Account" address. In the catalog record of the book, click on the “please hold” button at the top of the page. You can enter your TEDU username and password and perform the separation process.
Reserve materials can only be borrowed within the library for 3 hours. It is not possible to take a material belonging to the reserve collection out of the library.
Interlibrary loan (ILL) is a free service where printed books that are not in the TEDU Ayşe Ilıcak Library collection are provided for a certain period of time from contracted university and research libraries in Turkey. TEDU members can benefit from this service by filling out the ILL request form or by contacting the relevant personnel. For detailed information, see document delivery service.
No, the last issue of the journal that come to the library is not loaned.
You can learn your library delay debt by opening your library account. You can pay for the payment transactions with a credit or debit card at the D block library information desk.
TEDU and TED schools graduates can use the library. If our graduate students want to continue their borrowing process, they must become members of the alumni association.
You can check whether the resource is in the library's collection by scanning the term you are looking for in the library's online catalog. If the title is present and printed, you can find the publication on the shelf by taking the number that says “shelf number”. If it is an electronic publication, you can access it by clicking the link in the recording and download it to your computer. "Explore" for more details.
Yes, you can search all the resources in the printed or electronic collection of the library with the help of the discovery tool in the catalog section.
Our D block library is open between 09:00 and 22:00 on weekdays and weekends, and our B block library is only open between 09:00 and 18:00 on weekdays. In case of public holidays and some special cases of the library, you can follow the change in working hours on the library website in the news/announcements section or by using social media channels.
You can get support from the counseling and reference unit.
In addition to printed and electronic resources, you can borrow laptops and calculators from the library.
You can borrow these materials for 3 hours with your student ID card from the D and B blocks loan counter.
No, it cannot be done. If there is no laptop or calculator available to lend, the queue starts.
In order to use group study rooms, you must first make a room reservation by entering "study room reservation" from TEDUPortal for the room you want to use. A person can book a room for a maximum of 2 hours per day. The person making the reservation must come to the D block lending counter at the time of reservation and get the room key. Room reservations of users who arrive 15 minutes late from the reservation time will be cancelled.
Yes, you can request a book from the library. For this, you must first be a TEDU member. For the book request questionnaire, please click here. You can specify 5 books in the survey you have completed. From the moment of application, the relevant books are sent to the library. After the books you have requested are evaluated according to their suitability with the mission and vision of our university and library, purchases are made. You can access the information about whether the books you have requested are in the library by scanning the catalogue.