Children and young people under the age of 18 wishing to register must bring their own health insurance card as well as a completed registration form signed by a parent or guardian. If you lose your library card, you must immediately report it missing at your local library to prevent misuse.
Young patrons can either use their health insurance card to borrow materials (with the consent of their parent/guardian) or be issued a specific library card free of charge. Lost or damaged library cards can be replaced against payment (please refer to the rate overview).
Reminder service Borrowers at The Odense Libraries can sign up for a reminder service, and receive an e-mail or SMS 3 days prior to the date their loans will expire.
If you need help filling out the registration form, please contact your local library. If you change your e-mail address or phone number, please let us know.
A person residing outside Denmark and others who do not have a health insurance card can get a library card if they are able to show valid ID (passport, white card or equivalent). You can also change the information yourself by logging on to the self-service section at your social security number and your pin-code and edit your profile.
Please note that many of the materials mentioned above are in English! You are able to print and make photocopies at the library.
In order to do so, you will have to buy a print/copy card, which will give you access to the self-service system.
You are able to renew most materials up till 5 times, if others have not booked it.