There are a few things you must do to get started as a student. The first thing is to activate your student account, which you must do January 13 at the latest. After that, you must register online for your course / programme.
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.
From January 8 the library will close at 5 pm on Fridays and on the day before a national holiday.
According to new password regulations at KI all students are required to change the password for their student account (KI-account) December 14 latest.
Did you receive funding from the European Commission Framework Programme 7 (FP7)? There is now a possibility to get extra funding for Open Access publishing.
As of Monday 9 November a PIN code is required for using the self-service machines when borrowing books.
I addition to the library system change a new routine for automatic renewals of books that have no reservations has been introduced. This means that if no one requests the books you have at home they are renewed automatically with a new loan period.
A new library system is launched! As from today, KI students and employees will use their KI login to handle their loans. External users will receive information regarding their login by email.
Log in to Lynda with your KI login and have access to over 1500 courses and thousands of videos from a broad variety of subjects.
As of this year, SRC requires researchers to submit an ORCID id. KI researchers can easily create an ORCID in the KI Bibliometric database.
Soon the Library will launch a new website that works well on all devices. You find the main menu at the top right corner. Under Shortcut to services you will find quick links to the most commonly used functions.