Off Campus Library Services


According to the measures taken due to COVID-19, Library and Information Center are closed to readers. However, our library's electronic services continue.

You can access 57 different databases that our university subscribed to or purchased and 60 different databases provided free of charge by using Off-Campus Access Systems; You can access electronic books, magazines, articles, thesis and audio-visual materials.

There are 2 different Off-Campus Access Systems that our university provides to its users. These:

1- If you are already registered on the screen that comes from the VETIS home page by clicking the Login / Register button, you can log in with your username and password and start using it.
2- If you do not have a registration, fill out the required information on the Register tab and make your registration. You can complete your registration by clicking the activation link that will be sent to your corporate e-mail address by the system. After this stage, you can log in to the system with your username and password and start using it.
You can reach the user manual prepared for detailed use here.

1- Enter our off-campus access site and click the "Create a new account" tab on the page that opens.
2- Fill out the necessary information on the membership form.
3- Confirm the activation email received in your mailbox.
4- You can login with the e-mail address you entered on the site with your username and the password you set on the membership form.
ATTENTION: You must write the e-mail addresses given by our university to the membership form. Otherwise membership is not provided. You can get information about student email by clicking this link.

More than 4500 materials were entered into the system within the scope of the Institutional Academic Archive studies that started in 2019 at my university. From here, academic studies of our academics, congress books organized by our university, master's and doctoral theses of our graduate students, etc. you can access many academic studies.

The materials you borrow will be automatically extended during these extraordinary days and no penalty will be applied until classes begin at our University. You do not need to contact us about this subject since the extension procedures will be done automatically.

For detailed information, you can visit our website, get information from our frequently asked questions page, contact us on weekdays between 09:00-17:00 at 0216 626 10 50 / Extension: 2051 or send an e-mail to [email protected] at any time.

We wish you healthy days.
Library and Documentation Department

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