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This week's opening hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:30-21:00
Friday: 8:30-17:00
Saturday: 11:00-17:00
Sunday: Closed

Explore the library

At the library

Under the heading At the Library you will find information about the study facilities available at the library and how to reserve a group room. You will also find information about the wireless network, your student account and the library service regulations.

Search & assess

Do you think it is difficult to find good articles for your own work? Under Search & assess you can find suggestions about how to begin your search, how to use medical keywords in your searches to get better results and support for analysing content.

Write & cite

Information and suggestions concerning the writing process and what to bear in mind when writing academic texts. How to cite other people's work, why this is important and, not least, how you may use other people's text and images in your own work.

Publish & analyse

Are you in the process of publishing your thesis or degree project? Do you have question concerning bibliometrics and verification? Are you thinking about where your article will be published? Why Open Access, or what the funding sources demand? Are you having trouble with Endnote?

What's up

No, we're not referring to the the fiery Argentine dance but to the title of the ten-thousandth doctoral dissertation at KI. It's written by Per J. Palmgren and is defended today, January 29.
Increased costs for scientific publications due to yearly price increases and a weakened Swedish Krona is now a reality that KIB needs to address. In order to hold down cost increases, we need to cut down on library resources such as databases and ebooks.
Last year's discovery of Bob Dylan quotes sneaked into scientific articles by KI researchers quickly became international news. Now our colleague Carl Gornitzki, who made this discovery by accident, mapped the phenomenon in a newly published article.
The journal app BrowZine used to be an app for tablets and smartphones only, but now you can use BrowZine on your computer by using the desktop version BrowZine Web.
From January 8 the library will close at 5 pm on Fridays and on the day before a national holiday.