1. How can I access JUST library databases off-campus?
Students, Faculty Members and Administrative Staff can access JUST Library databases off- campus through Deep Knowledge portal, follow the link below to sign up for a new account. (p.s: this is a new service from JUST Library)
2. What is EDS?
EDS is a fast and easy search engine (almost like Google) that includes records for books, articles, thesis and dissertations, videos, music, images, manuscripts, standards, maps, and more. It indexes citations from all of the journals to which we subscribe. A single search in EDS can return records from all of our printed or electronic collections.
3. How many books can I borrow?
|10 Books||56 days|
|3 Books||21 days|
|15 Books||121 days|
|3 Books||21 days|
4. Can I borrow a thesis?
References, special collections, Thesis and Periodicals cannot be borrowed.
5. Can I borrow a reserve shelf book at JUST library?
- Books on Reserve Shelf are allowed to be borrowed INSDIE the library for 2 hours during Library opening hours.
- Overnight loan: two books maximum can be borrowed two hours before the library closes and should be returned by the next day morning.
6. Can I reserve a book at JUST library?
Patrons can visit the circulation desk and reserve a checked-out book to borrow it right after it is returned (note: the book will stay on hold for only three days then it will be available for other patrons).
7. How can I get my PIN code?
All Patrons can visit student/employee services then in the library tab they can assign a new PIN code or find the old one.
8. How can I find a book and how to locate it?
Using EDS or the OPAC PCs you can search the library printed collection, the books are ordered by call number, after you get your search results take the Call Number and if your book from the General collection you can find call numbers starting from A to P in the 1st floor and call numbers starting from Q to Z in the 2nd floor, other collections are in the Ground floor.
9. Can I reserve a room in the Library?
Group Study Rooms are for groups of three or more students (to the capacity indicated for each room). You can reserve group study room by library staff only. please note that rooms are available first come, first serve when not reserved.