News from The University Library
Open Access Week 2021
What does Open Science mean, and why is it important? How do I make my research data and results openly available? Get answers to these and many more questions by participating in the programme during Open Access Week, 25–31 October.
Library’s chat opens again
The University Library’s chat is now again open after the summer break. You can easily reach us between 8:00 and 14:00 on weekdays via oru.se/university-library/
Course reference books – new return time at the Main Library
Books borrowed for the day from the course reference room at the Main Library must now be returned before the library’s closing time, on the same day they were borrowed.
Welcome new student!
Have you been accepted to Örebro University this autumn? Congratulations! Here you will find useful information on how to get started using the university library.
Summer loan periods at the University Library
Over the summer holidays, books can be borrowed from the University Library for an extended period.
Earlier access problems solved
The access problems with electronic databases and journals is now solved
We support you with everything from finding suitable sources to improving the structure of your text
Get the tips and tools you need to succeed in your studies at the Lyktan Study Support Centre’s drop-in sessions via Zoom.
Streamlined information retrieval support for researchers
It is now easier to contact the Library for assistance in finding previous research for your project, article or funding application.
Monitor journals in your subject area
BrowZine is a new service facilitating easy browsing and discovery of journals relevant to your research and teaching.
Direct full-text access with browser extension
A simple browser extension now gives you direct access to full-text articles, irrespective of where and when you find them.