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  • Zoom in on your thesis
    Do you need help with academic writing, search for information and cite your sources? Visit our drop-in support in Zoom Thursday, 3 December 13:00-16:30 and Friday 18 December 13:00-15:00. If you are lucky we can help with your Christmas present rhymes as well!
  • Reduced number of people allowed in the library group rooms
    From now on, the number of people allowed in the library's group rooms has been halved. There is a note next to each group room that shows how many people can study there and when you book a group room you see the same information.Help us keep the spread of infection down so that the library can remain open. Thank you!
  • Search tips for doctoral students
    Next week is the premiere of Doctoral Do's and Don'ts: Tips and Tricks from the Library, where the library team for research support will share useful tips. If you are a doctoral student and have fifteen minutes to spare, you are warmly welcome to attend our quick presentation in Zoom. Our librarian Elisabeth Nylander will talk about snowball searching and how you can find several relevant resources based on one article.What? Search like a snowball. Citation chaining forwards, backwards, and sideways.When? Wednesday 2 December at 9:30 - 9:45Where? In ZoomWelcome!
  • New information resource for the School of Health and Welfare
    The library now has access to MAG Online Library, a database from the publisher Mark Allen Healthcare (MAH). The subscription includes the MAH Complete and Dental Complete packages. In total, the packages comprise 30 journals, the majority of which are peer-reviewed.
  • TV-screens in group study rooms
    The group study rooms on first floor are being equipped with TV-screens to which you easily can connect your computer.
  • Keep distancing
    Remember to keep a distance to others among bookshelves, study seats and group rooms! Please respect the measures taken by the library to avoid spread of the corona-virus.
  • Mobile phone theft in the library
    In the last couple of days some mobile phones have been stolen in the library. The procedure is to put a piece of paper or a book on a student's phone and then bring the phone. 

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