List of questions
Go to the library’s catalogue page and click on “my account” to have access to your account.
The ID is your student card bar code and the password is your student number.
In this space, you can renew a loan, check return dates, have a look at your mails…
Ask for this document at the reception desk of a university library. Please note that your student card is required. The document will be given to you if you do not have overdue books or fines to pay.
Yes it is! You can renew the loan of each book for one week. For this, you can ask at the lending desk of your library or you can do it via your reader account (tab : “emprunt” or “loan”).
Please note that only normal loans books can be renewed. Furthermore, you cannot renew an overdue book.
Yes you can ! You can reserve books that have been borrowed. To do that, you have to click on “reserve” (or “réserver”) on the book title in the catalogue.
You will then need to enter your ID (the bar code written on your student card) and your password (your student number) to access your account and reserve books.
Yes you can ! There are two ways to have access to the Internet at the library :
In any case, you will be able to access to the databases the library has subscribed to.
There are photocopy machines and printers in each library. You need a photocopy/printing card that can be purchased. You can find card dispensers in these libraries : Les Chênes, Saint-Martin, Saint-Christophe, Neuville and Cerclades. The card is valid one year from the moment of purchase.
You cannot print from your personal computers but only from the library computers.
You cannot use your new student card as copy card until the new equipment has been installed.
However, the students who were registered in past years can recharge and use their previous card if they have kept it.
Yes you can ! However, it is better to return the book to the library it belongs to because other users will be able to able to have access to it more quickly.
If you have lost a document, you can either buy another one or write a check for the amount corresponding to the price of the book.
In the Cerclades library, you can only use your USB sticks with computers that you can find on the third floor. However, you can use USB sticks with all the computers in other libraries of the UCP network.
Books are classified according to subject via shelf marks. These marks are based on Dewey decimal classification. Each sign corresponds to a subject or a topic.Decimal classification helps us to shelve books from the general to the specific ones.
For example : 300 = social sciences, 340 = law, 346 = private law, 346.01 = civil law, 346.012 = law of obligations.
Use signposting that you can find on the shelves to be sure to find the book you are looking for.
A document is “En traitement” when it has just arrived at the library and is being prepared. It will soon be available.
A document is “En transit” when it has been returned to another UCP library site. It should be available the following week at the latest.
A document is “En magasin” when you cannot have direct access to it. This means that you have to order it at the lending form of the library to get it.
We will send you an e-mail once the document is available.