For books only, un-tick the Primo Central. Library Catalog searches books.
The Library has lots of e-books. Use PowerSearch to find and access them from anywhere. Here's the e-books guide.
Example: Get an e-book about linear algebra by someone named David Lay
Go to Library's homepage, choose the "PowerSearch" tab, and do Steps 1 through 4.
In the Results list, choose "Online Resources"
From the results list, Choose "Online Access"
A new tab will open. Click on the link that says "Access via..."
Off campus? You will be brought to the EZ Proxy login. Use your usual HKUST login and password. Details about EZ Proxy.
On campus, or after logging in via EZ Proxy: you will be brought straight to the vendor or publisher's site to read the book.
The HKUST Library offers Kindles so you can read books on the move!
Check the titles on each Kindle here!
During the COVID-19 situation, use the Library Materials Retrieval Service to request print books and media items (DVDs, CDs) for pick-up.
You can request both available and checked-out items!
If you can't find the desired materials at the HKUST Libraryor at other Hong Kong university libraries via HKALL, try Interlibrary Loan (ILL)!
The ILL allows you to borrow books or get copies of articles, book chapters, etc. from other libraries across Hong Kong and the world. For more details, click here!
How to make an ILL request online:
More ILL videos are available here.
Make local request
Use the "Request" button to get something other people have checked-out. They will get a recall notice. When it's ready, you'll get an email to pick up it up at the Circulation Counter.
Search this item in HKALL
HKALL (港書網) is a joint project of the eight university libraries in Hong Kong, through which you can:
How to request an unavailable material?