During the COVID-19, ULAB Library is offering a numbers of services, supports, facilities, and provides access to online resources remotely through remote access account.
Mobile Phone: 01841 259 329 (Library Helpdesk)
Library e-mail: [email protected]
Live Chat: library.ulab.edu.bd
Followings are some of the Library services that are available for the library users during the Covid-19 pandemic:
-Access to Library Database | Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)
-E-book/E-Journal /Online Magazine Request
-BBRI & Business Data Request
-Internship Report & Thesis Request
-Plagiarism Check- Turnitin
-Online Library Orientation
-Online Information Literacy Program
-Online Training on Citation & Reference Management Tools- ZOTERO
Sunday – Thursday | 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
During COVID -19 pandemic, ULAB Library is working diligently to adapt to the changing demands of the users. Now, most of the library activities are functioning online and the library is remaining open with limited access for providing urgent services and supports to the users. Library physical facilities are operating under reduced hours following the directives of the university authority.
During this pandemic, the ULAB Library provides limited access to the users to collect information and resources, as well as users, are allowed to borrow books (lending) on limited scale from the library following the government health guidelines.
Returning Borrowed Resources:
Users are advised not to return the borrowed books/resources during this pandemic period. Users who had already borrowed library items are instructed to keep the items with themselves currently and return those items when the university library reopens.
During this pandemic, all the late fines have been discarded concerning the current situation. Please disregard any email notices that are automatically generated by the Library management system Koha related to the loan status and late fine.
Physical Visit to Libraries:
Wear Mask, Get Service | মাস্কপরিধানকরুন, সেবানিন
The ULAB Library is continuing to follow all government advice and direction in its response to COVID-19. Currently, visiting the library physically is restricted for the users and visitors. Users are allowed to visit the library physically to meet their urgent requirements, they need prior permission from the authority through email ([email protected]) or google form. We are looking forward to welcoming its regular users when the pandemic restrictions are over.
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