News from The University Library
Math Support moves back to the Main Library
From Wednesday the 16th of September, all students who need help with statistics, calculating percentages and other mathematical problems are welcome to visit the Main Library when Math Support moves out of its Zoom room.
Three anatomy databases on trial
From September 1st, the University has trial access to three anatomy databases, all focused on a pedagogic approach to the human body as an interactive 3D-model. The resources available include animations, videos, quizzes, and visualisations.
Search for journals offering open access publication free of charge
With the search service SciFree, you can now easily check if a journal is included in any of the University Library’s publisher agreements, where the cost for publishing open access is either prepaid or discounted.
Anatomy databases on trial
One of three anatomy databases is now available on trial; the other two will be announced shortly.
Chat with the University Library!
We have now made it easier to contact Örebro University Library. From Monday to Friday, 9:00–15:00 you can chat with us via our webpage.
The University Library reopens to visitors
From Monday 17 August you can again borrow books yourself and visit shelves at the Main Library.
The Dawsonera platform has been shut down
Due to bankruptcy, the eBook platform Dawsonera has been permanently shut down as of July 31 2020. We are working to provide access to the eBooks on other platforms.
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.