News from The University Library
Library opening hours during summer
Changed opening hours at the University Library during the summer.
How your research can become more accessible
In a step towards open access and making the research published at Örebro University more visible, it is now possible through the My Profile pages at Inforum to see which of your publications that can be parallel published in DiVA.
Borrow your summer reading from the University Library
Over the summer holidays, books can be borrowed from the University Library for an extended period.
Statistics database on trial
You can use Statista during May. Statista is a user-friendly portal that provides access to statistics and market data.
Free e-books, articles and videos
Many digital collections that usually are closed are now being opened up temporarily. The university library have gathered these free resources.
A reminder of the possibility to get online tutoring from the library
Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, we would like to remind all students and staff of the possibility to get online tutoring from the library via the meeting tools Zoom or Skype.
Financial support for open access continues
The financial support for open access publications, administered by the University Library from October 2018, continues in 2020.
New agreement with the publisher Elsevier
Örebro University has recently signed a new agreement with Elsevier through the Bibsam Consortium. New agreements with Wiley and SAGE have also been negotiated.
Updated terms and conditions of use at Örebro University Library
August 26th the terms and conditions of use at Örebro University Library was updated, and effect everyone with a borrower profile.
New open access agreement with Springer Nature
A new agreement allows authors at Örebro University to publish free of charge in more than 500 of the publisher's pure open access journals.