News from The University Library
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.
New chat look
From March, the Library chat appears as a bubble in your browser that follows along as you move between pages on our website.
Support provided to Örebro University researchers now available in English
Collected information on the central support Örebro University provides to researchers can now be found online in Swedish as well as English.
Register for this spring’s Information Retrieval course
Information Retrieval is primarily a course for doctoral students at Örebro University. During the course you will learn to systematically search for relevant research in your field. This semester the course is offered in English and online.
Register now for Academic Writing I
Academic Writing I is a course for doctoral students at Örebro University. This semester, the course is offered entirely online. Three credits are awarded for participation in the course sessions together with work done between meetings.
New publishing agreements and databases 2021
New agreements allowing for increased open access publishing, new databases and more content i the law database JUNO. These are some of the changes in the university library's agreements for 2021.
Course reference books – new return time for the Main Library
Books from the course reference room at the Main Library may be borrowed over a day and must now be returned by 7:30 the next weekday.
Extended opening hours – use the library when we are closed
From 18 January, the Main Library will have extended opening hours 8:30–11:00 on weekdays. This means that Örebro University students and staff can access the Main Library outside our opening hours.