Students and staff to get a newly refurbished library
From the turn of the year, students and staff at Health will be able to start using newly refurbished facilities. This takes place when AU Library, Health Science opens its doors to more study spaces and a modernised study and work environment in the Victor Albeck Building.
In order to meet the increasing demand for student places, the health science library in the Victor Albeck Building (VAB) is now being renovated. This means that students and staff can begin using 50 new study places and a modern library from the start of the New Year.
Both student and PhD student representatives have been involved in the project, so that the needs and priorities of the users form the basis for the new layout in VAB. A layout that focuses on a main thread across premises, together with coherence and recognisability.
The new premises will be ready on Monday, 13 January 2014, when AU Library, Health Science invites you to experience a newly equipped building, with more space and increased opportunities for both students and staff.
Read more about the renovation and the new study facilities in ”Renovation of VAB” (Danish, PDF).
Do you need to use the library while it is closed?
In connection with the renovation, the library will be closed during the period from the 2 December 2013 to 10 January 2014 (both days inclusive). All of the library's books will be in storage during the renovation. This also applies to the textbook collections.
If you need to use the library's services while it is closed, you should contact the library personal via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: +45 8946 2362 between 9.00 - 16.00 during weekdays. The library personal will be present in the building during the entire period.
During the renovation, reference is made to alternative study places at the State and University Library and other study places and group workplaces at the university.