Frequently Asked Questions
To register for the University Library, you have to appear in person at the library building, at 8 Stanislaw Pigon Street, with your identity card, credit book as well as student ID card, and you have to get your electronic library card or activate electronic studens ID. The post where library cards are issued (in the Lending Room) is open every day from 8:00 to 18:00, and on Saturdays from 8:00 till 15:00.
To register to Library you have to come in person with your identity card and credit book (students) or job certificate (Rzeszow University staff) and fill it the appropriate form. It is impossible to do this by Internet.
The extention can be done by yourself through the OPAC catalogue or directly - by the librarian. The extention is possible when the given book is not reserved by another reader and when all the obligations to the University Library have been fulfilled.
Yes, but only on the spot, without a chance of borrowing books home. The document entitling to use the reading room is the electronic library card.
Yes. The students and staff of Rzeszow University of Technology can use both the reading rooms and lending library. Books are lent to the students and staff of Rzeszow University of Technology from the 1st November every academic year. The only condition for using the library collection is getting the electronic library card.
Yes, but only on the spot, without a chance of borrowing books home. The document entitling to use the reading room is the elctronic library card.
The order processing lasts about 30 minutes. And the books that have been ordered wait for the reader for 3 working days.
You can borrow 10 volumes for 13 weeks.
The reader gets his password in person while his library card is being issued. It is recommended that every reader should change the password to a secret one, known only to himself, as a secret password. You can change the password in your User account -> Change personal details -> Password.
You should log into the catalogue typing your library account ID (the number is placed next to the photo above the bar code) as well as the password, and then select the link to the right of Logged in as:
You should come personally to the library (Lending Room) for new password or use option Forgot your password?
No. The computer catalogue includes about 80% of the total book collection. The remaining part (mainly the publications before 1993) is registered in the card catalogue, and only have you checked it, you can definitely state that the given book is not in the library collection.
You should begin your search from scrolling the computer catalogue by subject entry. If you know the author or the title of the book, you search for them either by person or by title. If your search is of no effect, you can search the card catalogue, that registers older publications (the catalogue is in the main hall of the library building), or you can go to the Scientific Information Department, which helps in every bibliographic search.
Such books can be ordered only from the computer terminals (located in the library) by selecting the option by wyszukiwanie szybkie. Then, you have to type the catalogue number from the traditional catalogue card (in the top right-hand corner) into the window of the OPAC catalogue form and order the book by catalogue number system.
In the description of the books to be read on the spot (with the following remarks next to catalogue numbers: inf., I cz, II cz, Pig., ZS) the is a sign of location (sygnatura).
You can read scientific magazines only on the spot, in the reading room. The computer catalogue does not register all the periodicals; you can find their full list in the card catalogue located in the Reading Room of Scientific Magazines (1st floor). To read a magazine, you should fill in the traditional call slip and give it to the librarian on duty.
Yes. You should use the option book and suggest the expiry date of your reservation. Then, you will get e-mail that your reserved book has been returned already.
No, because the library does not collect such theses. They are stored in the Archives.