You can borrow books by presenting your student ID at the branch office where the reserved books are stored or at the loan desk of the central library.
If you fail to pick the book up within 3 days (excluding the date of notice), it will become available to the next person in line. You will not be able to use the reservation service for the following 30 days.
For books that no longer need to be borrowed, be sure to cancel your reservation request.
If you lose or damage a book you borrowed, contact the library information service team immediately and report the incident first to avoid any disadvantages due to overdue returns.
If the book is published in Korea, you must purchase and submit it within 15 days. If the book is published overseas, you must purchase and submit it within 30 days.
1. Purchase the same book as the lost book
2. In the event that the book cannot be purchased because it is out of stock or out of print, purchase and submit a book that meets all of the following conditions:
A. Book on a similar subject
B. Book whose publication year is newer than the lost book
C. Book with more pages than the lost book
D. Book that is more expensive than the lost book
Student ID cards can be issued/reissued at Student Affairs Department (University Headquarters).
For more details, please visit the “Guidelines for student ID issue” page or contact the Student Affairs Department at (053) 950-2097.
You can make a reservation if all of the books in the collection are “on loan.” You cannot reserve a book in the following cases:
If there is a book that is “Available for loan”
If the book has reached its maximum number of users on the waiting list (10 users)
If you have exceeded your maximum quota for book reservations (2 books)
If you have an overdue book or if you are suspended from borrowing books
If you do not borrow the materials you had previously reserved, you cannot reserve a book for the next 30 days.
Materials such as CDs and DVDs stored in the U-Lounge can be used inside the building after requesting a loan at the U-Lounge.
You can reserve seats and facilities in the reading room using the Kyungpook National University Library app.
Reading room seats are available via the KIOSK as well
Return seats once you have finished using them
Check-in once you arrive at the facility you have booked
Materials beginning with “Seok” or “Park” are master's and doctoral dissertations. Printed materials are stored in the thesis room on the 3rd floor of the Central Library, and original texts (dCollection) are available at the “Library website > Search > Thesis (dCollection)” page. For inquiries related to dissertations, please contact the Dissertations Office.
Articles are resources in which each article in a serial is entered, and when a keyword is searched, the data type is displayed as “Article index.”
Upon executing your search, check the magazine name, issue number, and year in which the material is included. Then, go to the call number that starts with “P.”
Occasionally, some call numbers begin with the letter “D,” “R” or other letters in front of the “P.” In this case, you can search for the number after the "P.“
Materials that are marked as damaged books are badly damaged and cannot be used.
If you are applying for a new book purchase or if it is difficult to obtain it, you can borrow materials from other universities or institutions through the “Library website > Access Materials > Inter-library Loan” service.
For more information on inter-library loans, please contact the U-Lounge on the 1st floor.