Library information systems
Library opening hours during quarantine remain the same:
VI – 10:00-19:00
VII – CLOSED
During quarantine overdue fees are not calculated.
Please follow all COVID-19 safety requirements: wear masks, disinfect hands, keep a safe distance, etc.
Library Entrance Security System works: I–V (and on national holidays) 19.00–7.00, VI–VII 10.00–22.00. Additional entrance control data options have been installed in the library. Library users can use various identity documents (Lithuanian Student ID, ISIC, LSMU Gymnasium Certificate). You can register the data of your documents (LSP, ISIC, LSMU Gymnasium Certificate) that cannot be read by the Library Entrance Security System at the service desk on the 1st floor during the working hours. An International Student Certificate (ISIC) must have a microchip.
|If you cannot connect, we recommend:|
|* Make sure that you are using the latest version of your web browser;|
|* If the web browser indicates that the security certificate has expired, make sure that the correct date is set on your computer. If not, change it or accept the security exception;|
|* Try to use another web browser (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera).|
|* When using Wi-Fi, you must update the operating system used in accordance with recommendations of the device. The update does not cause any inconvenience to Wi-Fi. If you are still unable to connect to Wi-Fi with your device, please come to the Library: the 1st floor, room 105.
LSMU Virtual Library (http://lsmu.lvb.lt/) is an integral search system which enables to browse LSMU Library and Information Centre resources, Lithuanian Academic Electronic Library eLABa, subscribed databases, other databases and electronic resources, LIBIS catalogue that covers resources stored in Lithuanian public libraries. The system enables to order publications stored in the library; to set automatic sending of news to an e-mail; to add search results and requests to your e-shelf.
For registration use LSMU general username and password (FirstClass, LSMUSIS, LSMU e-mail, etc.).
Please write for technical support - firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. (8-37) 39 58 03, local tel. 1008.
LSMU library electronic catalogue (http://lsmu.library.lt/) includes all textbooks and educational literature, all periodicals and all dissertations (LSMU MA and VA). Other library‘s publications are added into the e-catalogue since 1993, but every year electronic catalogue is supplemented constantly with publications from previous years. The books and documents can be ordered only after registration in e-catalogue. For registration use LSMU general username and password.
LUHS scientific publication reports
LUHS CRIS - it is a scientific information system designed to collect, manage and publicize the University's scientific results. LUHS researchers can form all the necessary publication reports independently in the LUHS CRIS system:
– lists of publications (for the Scientific Council, projects and licenses, certifications, competitions, etc.);
Heads of departments can prepare all the necessary reports for the department:
– lists of publications (the most important publications of the department, list of publications of the department);
– summaries (summary by quartiles, summary of department publications);
– reports to the Scientific Publications Evaluation Department.
Lithuanian Virtual Library is an integral search system allowing search in Lithuanian academic libraries‘ catalogues and other databases. It provides access to LABT (Lithuanian Academic Libraries Network) catalogues, LIBIS (Cumulative Catalogue of Lithuanian Libraries), some foreign library catalogues, external databases, Lithuanian ETD and eLABa. It contains links to full-text information, but it is available only to registered users.
Lithuanian Virtual Library works on the basis of Primo. Primo is a system of search and presentation of local resources (books, journals, doctoral dissertations of Lithuanian academic libraries network (LABT) ) and remote resources (electronic resources of foreign libraries, subscribed databases and etc.). Readers can see the storage location and accessibility of resources.