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According to the summer schedule, between July 16 and August 17, the ANAMED and NIT Libraries will work 09:00 to 18:00 from Monday to Friday.
The ANAMED Library will be open 10:00 to 18:00 on Saturdays. Also, the ANAMED and NIT Libraries will be closed from August 20 to August 26 due to the public holiday. We will be back to our normal hours on August 27.
Participating in the Erasmus+ and seeking to engage in International programs, Koç University Suna Kıraç Library is organizing and hosting a week of professional experience exchange and cultural interest among Greek and Turkish Librarians. This will be a chance for information professionals from the two sides of the Aegean sea to be brought together in order to share ideas and best practices on the profession, create long term collaborations and enjoy the city with its’ rich history and culture. Register now. More details on the event you can find in the following LibGuide.
Koç University Suna Kirac Library hosted eight library staff members from the American University of Beirut between 18-22 June as part of the ERASMUS+ Staff Mobility program. During their visit, AUB colleagues shared information and expertise with fellow SKL staff. The visiting librarians met with all library staff in an informal setting which created the opportunity for thorough conversations about common challenges and best practices.
Library Hours Of Service: July 30th – September 15th, 2018
Please be informed that the Library working hours will be as follows.
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 5:25 p.m.
Saturdays - Sundays: Closed
24 Hours Study Hall: Open
Please not that, The Library will resume 24/7 service hours with the beginning of the new academic year.
Starting from May 23, 2018, all books and bound journals that you checked-out from your account are due September 25, 2018.
No additional notification email for books checked-out over the summer will be dispatched. Please be informed that these books must be returned on or before September 25 2018.
Bibliopera project comes to life. Within the scope of the project, 500,000 printed publications, which are gathered in a common catalogue, as well as more than 2 million documents and resources, will be open to people on the website https://www.bibliopera.org. Participating institutions include the Library with the partnership of the Istanbul Research Inst., Koç Uni. Research Center for Anatolian Civilizations, SALT Research, Deutsches Archäologisches Inst.-Istanbul, Netherlands Inst. in Turkey, Inst. Français d’Études Anatoliennes, Orient-Inst. Istanbul, Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul and Sismanoglio Megaro.