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First Year Experience
This basic Library guide provides you with information on how you can benefit from our services.
Use the chat box for research help.
SKL Liaison Librarians will help you during the working hours.
Library Trackit Service
You can convey your issues/requests regarding the Library services through a single online system.
Research Consultation Appointment
To make an online appointment with your liaison librarian you can fill in the online form.
About Suna Kıraç Library
Suna Kıraç Library (SKL) consists of a four-storey building which is located at the Rumelifeneri Campus (Main Campus).
The Library has a seating capacity of 950 people and the building is open 24/7 during the academic year.
There are carrels for individual studies and Group Study Rooms for team projects. Computers, printers, scanners, copy machines and wireless internet connection can be used when needed.
Suna Kıraç Library has four branch libraries;
AKMED Libraryis located atKaleiçi, Antalya. The AKMED Library is a specialised library created in the with the needs and requests of researchers studying on the Mediterranean world.
ANAMED Library is located at the Merkez Han on İstiklal Caddesi. The ANAMED Library collection relates to history, art, archaeology, architecture and civilizations in Anatolia.
Health Sciences Library is located in Koç University Hospital. The core HSL collection relates to nursing and allied health sciences, in support of the School’s curriculum and the research interests of its faculty and students.
VEKAM Library & Archive is located at Keçiören, Ankara. The mission of the library and the archive is to gather and compile the visual and written documents concerning Vehbi Koç and Ankara, in line with the scientific methods and techniques concerning information and document management, and hence to become the memory of Ankara, supporting studies in fields concerning urban research in various disciplines.