Printing and copying
Library’s customers who don’t have the University of Tampere basic user account, can print and copy by using a copy card. Ricoh copy & print cards are on sale at the Library’s Customer Service and at Ricoh on-campus service points. Prices of copy cards can be found on the Library’s Service fees list.
Copy cards can also be recharged at the Ricoh service points. Please contact the customer service person to set up a time for buying more credit on your card.
Ricoh service points:
- Main campus: Main building A025 (service hours on weekdays 12.00-12.30)
Sanna Kuukasjärvi, tel. 040 456 6325, email@example.com
- Kauppi campus: TAMK B1-44 (Kuntokatu 3)
Arttu Nikkilä, tel. 040 456 6324, firstname.lastname@example.org
Juvenes copy cards that will go out of use can be used until 31 May 2017.
Linna library’s guest computers have been moved from the 3rd floor to the back of the 1st floor.
- Guest computers are intended for customers without the University of Tampere basic user account.
- Computers are intended only for studying and information seeking.
- Make a reservation to the folder, max 1 hour/person/day.
- Printing with a copy card that you can buy at Customer Service and at Ricoh service point (see above).
Manager Leena Horsma-aho, Leena.Horsmaemail@example.com
In Linna library’s Silent Reading Room you can now respond to a short survey. This inquiry surveys the use and usability of the Reading Room. Answering to the survey is possible only on the spot. The survey will be going on until Friday, 5 May.
Manager Leena Horsma-aho
At Linna library´s other entrance there is maintenance work going on. The changes will make the entrance available also for disabled people.
Maintenance work related to air conditioning is also in progress on every floor of Linna library. The work will continue e.g. in group work rooms.
The maintenance work causes some noise. We apologize for this inconvenience.
May I speak or not? Library’s working premises are in huge demand, but talking and use of devices has brought us feedback especially after we opened the classrooms for the customers outside the courses. Now you can see colourful signs demonstrating whether you can discuss freely and use devices or not on the premises.
On the green premises you can tap on the laptop and talk. Group work rooms are green premises, so is Pohjantähti multipurpose space on Linna library’s 1st floor. Although the green sign allows mobile phone usage, in Linna library it is best to make the phone calls in the phone booths on the 2nd and 3rd floor.
On the yellow premises you can use laptop and speak in a low voice if necessary. Linna’s classroom Elina (3022) and small multipurpose room Pentinkulma are yellow spaces, so it Arvo library’s classroom Mauri. In Pentinkulma you can do group work, so even in Elina, if you cannot find any other space, but remember to take the other students around into consideration.
The red sign means silent working space. In Linna’s Akseli and Alma classrooms you can concentrate on your own work at the computer.
The most silent premises in the Library are the Silent Reading Rooms in Linna and in Arvo library’s Learning Center. In Linna’s reading room there is even a separate reading space where the use of devices is not allowed.
Give us feedback: do the color signs guide the use of library spaces? You can also give feedback on library premises and other services in our User Survey until 9 April.
Working premises in the Library
Floor maps: Linna library and Arvo library
Leena Horsma-aho, Manager of Student Information Services