The University Centre has a small library with a collection of books and other media. The largest part of our resources are acquired for the master's programme in Coastal and Marine Management. This part of the library is highly specialized, but also balanced, in accordance with the diverse topics taught on the programme.
The Icelandic Consortium for electronic subscriptions (IC) offers access to a wide range of international peer-reviewed e-journals, currently more than 17,000 full text e-journals in addition to abstracts from over 9,000 journals, e-books collections, databases, citation databases and encyclopedias.
Our Master programmes being offered in collaboration with the University of Akureyri, master students also have access to additional subscriptions. The University of Akureyri Library and Information Services (UAL) subscribes to various databases in the main subject fields taught at the university, such as fisheries sciences, law and psychology.
University Centre holdings are catalogued in the Icelandic Union Catalogue, Gegnir, and may be retrieved via the leitir.is interface. Instructions on how to limit searches to University Centre holdings can be found here.
For more information and assistance please contact librarian Pernilla Rein, firstname.lastname@example.org
The facilities of University Centre of the Westfjords are available to all university-level students who are studying or carrying out research in the Westfjords. Study facilities are both in an open space as well as in silent reading rooms for those who prefer. More information is provided here.
Inter-Library Loans (ILL)
As the University Centre works in collaboration with the University of Akureyri, the UAL offers services to our master students, such as interlibrary loans. For ILL's please contact email@example.com
Students are however always welcome to contact librarian Pernilla Rein for assistance and advice, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ísafjörður Public Library
The public library in town is located in the Culture House at Eyrartún, a 10-min walk from the University Centre. The library offers study facilities in a silent reading/study room and wireless Internet. There is a collection of books in English and other languages as well. For more information, please visit the Ísafjörður Public Library website.