Κολέγιο CITY College
Main Campus, Thessaloniki, Greece

Becoming a Member

 

 

Joining the ILC

How to become a member
The ILC’s conditions of admission and membership entitlement are stated in the Information & Learning Commons Regulations. For access to the electronic resources, prior registration with the Computing Support Services to obtain a username and password is required.

By joining the ILC, users are entitled to the following:

However, certain restrictions on the use of ILC resources and services apply for external users and visitors. You may find detailed information on the Information for visitors, web page.

Registration
All users must register and become members before using the ILC facilities and services for the first time. Membership forms, available at Library Services Desk, should be completed by each applicant, while any change of address or telephone must be notified at once.

 

Membership categories

CITY College students
All enrolled students are automatically registered when they complete an ILC membership application. With the use of their Student ID, they are able to borrow items from the ILC.

Off-campus students
As a CITY College student studying in another city, you can access the ILC's electronic resources and use all delivery library services. To access Unit resources, MOLE, Intranet and email you need your personal account details provided by the Computing Support Services. Login details for electronic resources are sent to each student’s email account.

Extensions: Postgraduate students
If you are a postgraduate student on an extension please inform the Library Services Desk so we may extend your library privileges until you complete your dissertation. During the extension period you will be able to borrow items and use e-resources as normal. Upon completion of dissertation all privileges are automatically removed. Any pending issues should be immediately settled.

Research students
PhD students may register to use the ILC while studying and until they complete thesis writing up. Registration allows access to computing and library borrowing services as well as access to Interlibrary and Document Delivery Services. All research students have equal privileges regardless of studying location.

CITY College staff
All full or part-time staff members who are employed directly by CITY College are entitled to staff ILC membership and use of all IT services and facilities by registering at the Library Services Desk.

CITY College graduates
If you are a CITY graduate you can join the with no fee. This entitles you to borrow printed material and access the electronic resources within the premises of the ILC.
Further information can be found on the Information for alumni web page.

Visitors
The Information & Learning Commons is open to the general public. To use the IT facilities, and borrow books, a registration or a valid membership is required. Community members may choose either to be Day Visitors either to become External Members.

Day visitors
Community members engaged in personal research, staff and students from other institutions and universities, can become Day Visitors and visit the ILC at no cost. If they are to visit the ILC more than once during the year they should register at the Library Services Desk by completing an Access registration form. Personal ID or Passport is necessary for a valid registration. Upon registration Day Visitors can:

  • Access the ILC’s collections for reference use.
  • Use the reproduction facilities.
  • Study in a comfortable and quiet environment.

Electronic resources are not available to Day Visitors.

External members
Any member of the community may join the ILC as an External Member by filling in a Membership registration form. A valid membership allows:

  • Access to all ILC’s collections for reference use.
  • Borrowing items from the Main Collections.
  • Access to computing, printing and photocopying facilities.

 

If you have any further questions on membership, please contact the Library Services Desk.

 

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