How Do I
Print in the library?
There is a Printing room in the library situated on the Ground floor, near the Circulation Desk. There are 2 printers – black-and-white and color. There are some computers in the Printing room, but you can also print from any computer in the Library/BAC.
Access electronic resources owned by the library outside of AUBG network?
You can find instructions on how to do it here.
Check my library account?
Click on the My Account link on the library home page. Your user name and password are the same – the 10 digit barcode number at the back of your AUBG ID card.
Use the search box at the home page of the library. The Books search tab is opened by default. Type the title, author, or subject in the search field and select the appropriate field from the drop-down menu. Use the advanced search option to search by keywords. In order to find the book on the shelves, you will have to write down its Call Number. Check the Call Number Locator to find on which floor the book is located.
Create / change my library password?
Your password is the same 10-digit barcode ID number, which is on the back of your AUBG card. In order to change that, please come in person to the Circulation desk.
Check out books and other materials?
Once you have found the book on the shelves, you have to bring it to the Circulation Desk. You will have to bring your AUBG ID card, which is also your library card and you will have to give it to the Circulation Librarians.
Use the search box at the home page of the library. Choose the E-journals tab and search for a specific title. This search box will also help you browse e-journals by subject.
Use the search box at the home page of the library. Choose the second tab - Articles. By typing the relevant keywords, you will be searching for articles simultaneously in all the databases subscribed by the library. If you want to find articles from a specific database, you will have to go to the Databases tab and select the appropriate database.
Find CDs and DVDs?
You search for CDs and DVDs in the same way you search for books. Check the How Do I Find Books instruction.
Request a book?
Check the How Do I Check my library account instruction. Once you log in with your account, you can request books that have been checked out by somebody else. You will have to find the Request button under the information about the book. When the book is returned in the library, you will receive an automatic e-mail that the book has been returned and you will have to come and pick it up at the Circulation Desk within a week of the notification.
Renew a book?
Check the How Do I Check my library account instruction. Once you log in with your account, you can see what you have checked out, when it is due, if you have overdue items and so on. The Renew box is right next to the titles of the book/s that you want to Renew. If you receive a message that the Renewal is unsuccessful, you will have to talk to a librarian.
Check out a book on Reserve?
Reserve materials are for library use only. They are organized alphabetically by professor’s name. When you want to check out a material you will have to give the professor’s name, the course number and the title of the material. It is useful if you have your syllabus with you. You can also search for Reserves through the search box at the home page of the library. Under the Books tab, there is a link course reserves. You can search by instructor’s name, course number and Reserve title.
Suggest a title to be acquired by the library?
Use the following link .
Get materials not owned by the library?
Use the Interlibrary loan form
Make photocopies in the library?
There is a Copy Center in the Basement of the Library. It is an outsourced service and you will have to pay cash for your copied materials. The Copy Center working hours
Choose the best database for my topic?
There is a tab Databases on the search box on the home page of the library. You can select databases by name (organized alphabetically) and by subject (also organized alphabetically. You can find a short description of each database here.
Find company information?
In addition to articles, there are two databases that provide company information. Use the Business Searching Interface of EBSCOHost database to find detailed company profiles for the world's 10,000 largest companies provided by Datamonitor. For company information about countries in Southeastern Europe, search in the ISI Emerging Markets database.