Registration of readers
- The personal library card or Estonian ID card are documents that certify the reader rights of registered readers.
- To register with an ID-card or Mobile-ID you will need a valid certificate and PIN-codes (see also: www.id.ee and www.id.ee/mobiil).
- The personal library card or registration by the ID card provides admission to the Library and gives the right to use all services. Home lending of items is permitted from the age of 18.
Upon reader registration you will get a password that will ensure the security of your personal data when using the e-catalogue ESTER and personalised library services. If you wish to change the password or you have forgotten it, please enter into login on the home page of the Library or use the online catalogue ESTER (My ESTER).
Registration with the ID card is free of charge. The cost of the library card is 3,20 €. Upon presentation of a valid document the cost of the card for pensioners is 1.60 € and for people with disabilities the card is free. Library cards or ID cards are for the exclusive use of the holder. The loss of the card should be reported at once to tel 630 7405 or e-mail registratuur at nlib dot ee
A one-day card gives visitors the right to use catalogues, databases, items on the open shelves, and visit exhibitions. However, it does not give the right to request publications from the stacks. The cost of the card is 0,30 €.