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The National Library‘s remote services

The Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania is providing remote services. They encompass plenty of possibilities for the reading and learning people by providing interactive learning programmes, remote learning, lessons in history and heritage, etc. The National Library‘s virtual platform supports not only learning and self education but also leisure activities and we strongly recommend to use it.

Here you can read more than 2000 full-text books in Lithuanian. The ordering procedure is very simple. Those who have the LIBIS card do not need registration and signing in is sufficient. These services are provided on mobile devices as well. For e-books, internet connection is necessary. The books are borrowed for a 14 day period and this period can be prolonged twice. You can borrow not more than 2 e-books at one time.

  • Subscribed resources

The National Library subscribes foreign databases containing several thousand e-journals. This service is available for the National Library‘s users remotely by registering with a single password (the number of reader‘s  card). See the information about the databases here ›. The databases which can be accessed outside the Library are marked with .

It is one of the most valuable digitization projects implemented in Lithuania providing access to Lithuania‘s cultural heritage. This enormous digital treasury provides easy and prompt access to thousands of artworks, books, newspapers, manuscripts, maps and sound recordings: more than 1750 works by Lithuanian authors provided in five formats (EPUB, MobiPocket, PDF, HTML and TXT), documentary heritage, museum objects and sound recordings.

If you are not a user f the National Library and do not have the reader‘s card, see information about the registration here ›.

  • If you have any questions:

Submit your questions at the “Ask the Librarian” Service here ›. The information about how to use the services is available here ›.

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