Do you need assistance with finding information, searching databases or handling references? Book a one-on-one instruction session with a librarian! A session can take anywhere between 15 and 60 minutes. You can also come in as a group of students/researchers.
Sessions via Zoom only at the moment.
Libguides holds the library's resource and information retrieval guides. Tips on journals, e-books, databases as well as support for reference management, research data and open access.
Gigantic e-book collection on Taylor & Francis available (e.g. Routledge)
The books are available in Alma. You can also browse and serach the books on Taylor & Francis's platform.
Cambridge University Press Higher Education "e-textbooks"
Please view this excel spreadsheet with links in the intranet for a list of all books. Books also available through Alma.
The collection is available until 30.6.2021 (possible extension after evaluation).
Oxford University Press journals
List of journals.
Our licence also grants ÅAU faculty the possibilty to publish open acces for free. Read more about this opportunity on the intranet.
CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY
What does the global market look like? Who are the key players? What technologies and applications are used? Growth opportunities, trends, and forecasts? Utilize the vast library of BCC’s market research reports to uncover the information you need. You can read and download whole reports, as well as raw data and graphs for your market assessments.
Gale Reference Complete
Gale Reference Complete is a comprehensive collection comprising journals, newspapers, e-books and historical primary sources, such as Academic OneFile, General OneFile och Literature Criticism, Archives Unbound, Literature Resource Center and LitFinder. Read more about the collections in the intranet.
Adam Matthew: Defining Gender
A new collection has been added to Adam Matthew: Defining Gender provides access to a vast body of original British source material that will enrich the teaching and research experience of those studying history, literature, sociology and education from a gendered perspective.Open resource.