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  • Find library books with a map
    Now it will be easier to see where a specific book is placed. A map which is connected with Primo highlights the area where the book is located.
  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • We want to know how you are using BrowZine
    The library is currently evaluating the journal service BrowZine. We would very much like to know if and how you are using it. Please fill out our poll. It will only take one minute.
  • Drop-in tutoring, search and write
    Text tutors and librarians welcome you to the library between 12 and 2pm Wednesday 11th of September. Ask them about your queries regarding academic writing and how to search for scholarly information.
  • Climate Book Display
    For Climate Week, September 4 -11, the library is displaying a collection of books to help you learn more about climate issues.
  • Welcome to a new semester!
    Are you a new student and want to know more about how things work at the university library? This is how you get started.

  • We are now arranging our books in numerical order
    During the month of May the library commences arranging the books according to the international decimal classification system, Dewey Decimal Classification, instead of the Swedish system, SAB, which we are presently using.

  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • New loan periods and automatic renewals
    On Monday the 28th of January, the library changes its loan periods from 21 to 14 days and introduces automatic renewals.
  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • Rate us

    We would like to know what you think about the service we provide at the information desk. Please give us your feedback by answering a quick question on the ipad near the library entrance.
  • Sculpture exhibition at the Library
    On 31st of October, the exhibition Places and Spaces and the places in between opens in the University Library. Master's students from the School of Engineering are exhibiting sculptures that they have worked on as a part of the course 'Design philpsophy and practice'.
  • Statista - new portal for statistics
    The University Library can now give access to Statista, a portal consolidating statistical data on over 80,000 topics from more than 22,500 sources.

  • Late night at the library
    Need some help with your academic writing? Do you know how to search for information? Do your studies make you feel stressed?
  • The library will close earlier on Thursday
    On Thursday, August 23, the library will close at 4 p.m. The reason for this is because campus will be sealed off due to organizational festivities.
  • Welcome to a new semester!
    Are you a new student and want to know more about how things work at the university library? This is how you get started.

  • Changes in the Cinahl database
    The search functionality of Cinahal, a Nursing and Allied Health database, has been adjusted to better align with the settings used in many other databases.
  • Agreement with Elsevier is terminated
    Swedish research libraries have announced that the agreement with the large scientific publisher, Elservier, will not be renewed as the publisher does not meet the requirements for open access.

Content updated 2017-01-11

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