News from The University Library
Chat with the library wherever you are
Are you at home and want to ask a question? Or are you using one of the study places at the library? You are welcome to contact the university library via our chat service – wherever you are.
Extended drop-in at Lyktan Study Support Centre
The University Library is extending its online support in information retrieval and reference management in response to the new Covid-19 restrictions.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.