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At the start of the semester, a lot of new students get a library account, but what does it really mean to have a library account? Read the full library user agreement here!
The termination affects the availability of articles on the ScienceDirect platform. Read more about what it means.
In a few weeks this year’s Nobel Prize winners will be announced, but last week the ceremony for an alternative Nobel Prize was held: The Ig Nobel Prize ceremony.
Do you need to print a document, but you’re not sure how to do it – then this is what you need to read!
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After the cancellation of the publishing agreement with the major publisher Elsevier, the University of Borås has no access to locked articles published in Elsevier journals after July 1, 2018. However, this does not mean that there are no other ways to reach newly published articles.
As per previous news from the University, the Swedish Bibsam Consortium has cancelled the long-running subscription agreement with the major publisher Elsevier. This happened after extended negotiations where Elsevier refused to agree to Swedish requests for increased Open Access publishing. The Swedish National Library has written a more detailed account on the page Q&A about the cancellation of the agreement with Elsevier commencing 1 July.
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Now you have the opportunity to test the databases. Among them are Statista, Bloomsbury Design Library and Fashion Photography Archive.
Primo now makes it possible to sort articles from newspapers so they don’t appear in the result list, which increases focus on scientific material.
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