News Archive

Swedish School of Library and Information Science

Book cover

New monograph on the e-book in Sweden

Results from four years of research on the e-book from a Swedish book market perspective are now presented.


Research takes the deafblind out of the dark

A garment that can act as a communicative interface for deafblind people – this is the expected result of a unique and innovative EU project.

Recognition for best paper in social media

Jasmina Maric, Senior Lecturer at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, University Borås, Sweden was awarded last week in London.

The role of patent in scientific communication to be...

Björn Hammarfelt, researcher at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, investigates the role of the patent as a source of...

Festive day at the university

This year’s professorial inauguration and doctoral degree conferment ceremony at the University of Borås took place 5 May.

Welcome to lectures with new professors and honorary doctor

Grab the opportunity to listen to lectures in different areas when the university’s new professors and the new honorary doctor give their lectures.

Minute’s silence at 12:00

Monday 10 April, the whole of Sweden mourns because of the attack in Stockholm. The University of Borås will at 12:00 join in the minute’s silence.

Minute’s silence

Today, Thursday 6 April, at 12:00, the University of Borås will join in the minute’s silence for the victims of the tragic bus accident in...

New professor is interested in power

Roger Blomgren researches how digitalisation affects public venues and is interested in who makes decisions within cultural policy.

Unique content in digital Master's degree

Pete Daniels has a background in IT and is currently a student in an interdisciplinary Master's programme with a focus on digital libraries.