Night Library Will Open on 22 May
On 22 May, the UT Library will open its traditional Night Library at the pop-up reading rooms on J. Liivi Street. During two weeks the Night Library will work from Monday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. until midnight.
“This time the night library is a kind of a farewell to the J. Liivi Street building, where we have been located for this academic year,” said Martin Hallik, the director of the UT library. As the Faculty of Economics will move to this building in autumn and some repair works are needed, the library has to find a new place. “Our definite wish was to hold the Night Library in this building, because the students are used to studying here. After that we are ready to move.”
The pop-up library offers studying space for 200 people. Starting from 21.00, coffee and tea are offered free of charge. The reading dogs, much loved by the students, will visit the Night Library on every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 19.00.
On 22 May and 2 June at 16.00, seminars will be held for students on the topic “How to avoid postponing one’s tasks?” examining the irrational postponing of duties and its effect on everyday activities. The seminars are organised by the specialists of the Counselling Centre of the UT Office of Academic Affairs who offer the students career and psychological counselling. More information: http://www.ut.ee/en/studies/practical/329223.
The Night Library will welcome students from 22 May to 4 June 9.00-24.00.