Archive & Library Requests


We store our collections in our storage facilities, which mean that you have to make a request in advance of what you wish to study. Different rules apply for different materials. Basic principal is that everything can be lent as reading room loan and studied at our premises. 

Archival material

How to make requests

Make requests via our archival catalogue.

Regular loans, to bring for home studies?

No.

Loans which are for in-house use?

All archival material are for in-house use only.

Inter-archival loans?

Only allowed as an exception. More information at the bottom of this page.

Material which are not accessible

Material that are being organized are generally not accessible for loans.  Material that demand permission, which you’ve not been granted. Material that is considered to be to frail.

Library material

How to make requests

Make requests or reservations via our library catalogue.

Regular loans, to bring for home studies?

Yes. Generally books younger than 100 years.

Loans which are for in-house use?

Brochures, magazines, journals, papers and books or rare prints that are older than 100 years.

Inter-library loans?

Inter-library loans are granted for books and brochures younger than 100 years. Only to other libraries. Material that are not for inter-library loan are microform, magazines, journals. papers, and prints older than 100 years as well as rare prints. We do not grant inter-library to ARAB, only from our material.

Material which are not accessible

Material that is considered to be to frail. Some rare prints, with no regard of age.


Lending Rules and Regulations, (PDF)


Hours for Requests From the Storage Facilities

 

  Time of request Time when material is accessible Remark
Tuesday-Thursday By the latest, at 10.45 At 12.00
  By the latest, at 13.45 At 15.00  
  By the latest, at 15.45 Next day at 10.00
Friday
By the latest, at 10.45 At 12
  By the latest, at 15.00 Next day at 10.00