Access to e-resources from home
Here you will find information on how to use the library's e-resources from home or from another place off campus.
Ask the Librarian
Do you have questions about how to search, choose databases, how to reference, about articles or the like? Do you need guidance and someone to discuss with? You do not have to come to us for help - we are available online!
Search for information
Information is published in many different ways, such as in books, journal articles, on the web, in encyclopaedias and more. Discover the selection of databases and e-resources and how you can get access to them from home.
Here you will find a variety of entrances to web pages, featuring tools to make what you have learned into well written papers and theses with accurate referencing. Learn about copyright law, plagiarism and how to write in an academic way.
Rise and shine: Open Science in 20 minutes
The library invites you to a presentation in the series "Rise and shine with the library": The open science movement aims to make research processes more transparent and inclusive, and ensure that research data...
Rise and shine: Publisher licenses from © to CC
The library invites you to a presentation in the series "Rise and shine with the library": All scientific publications get a license. It's becoming more common to be asked to choose between different...