In the following list, you'll find articles written by staff members at the university library – mostly in English and peer review journals.
Cancelling with the world’s largest scholarly publisher: lessons from the Swedish experience of having no access to Elsevier. L. Olsson, C. Hertil Lindelöw, L. Österlund, F. Jakobsson. Insights. 2020:33 (1): 13.
Using a social platform as an internal communication tool: A case study. Haya G, Lind SM, Janzen S. College & Research Libraries News (C&RL News). 2020;81(1):14–17.
Granularity of Algorithmically Constructed Publication-Level Classifications of Research Publications: Identification of Specialties. Sjögårde P, Ahlgren P. Quantitative Science Studies, 29 August 2019, 1–32.
Granularity of algorithmically constructed publication-level classifications of research publications: Identification of topics. Sjögårde P, Ahlgren P. Journal of Informetrics. 2017;12(1):133-152.
Letter to the Editor: Are older studies lost in database searches for systematic reviews? Jonsson BH, Winzer R, Gornitzki C. Psychological Medicine. 2017 Nov 27:1–2.
Why doesn’t everyone love reading e-books?. Myrberg C. Insights. 2017;30(3):115–125.
Abandoning native apps to become future friendly. Jergefelt M. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2015;11(2):36–38.
An internet of pings: enhancing the web user experience of physically present patrons with bluetooth beacons. Jergefelt M. Weave: Journal of Library User Experience. 2015;1(2).
Bringing the national interlending system into the local document supply process – a Swedish case study. Gavel Y. Interlending and Document Supply. 2015;43(2):104–109.
Freewheelin’ scientists: citing Bob Dylan in the biomedical literature. Gornitzki C, Larsson A, Fadeel B. BMJ. 2015;351:h6505.
Screen vs. paper: what is the difference for reading and learning?. Myrberg C, Wiberg N. Insights. 2015;28(2):49–54.
A visit to the library of the Italian Institute of Health in Rome (ISS, Instituto Superiore di Sanità). Carlsson J. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2014;10(3):21–22.
MOOCs at KI University Library. Ahlberg C. Insights. 2014;27(2).
Multilingual query expansion in the SveMed+ bibliographic database: a case study. Gavel Y, Andersson P-O. Journal of Information Science. 2014;40(3):269–280.
Forskare – bjud på dina rön!. Karregård C, Ljung R. Läkartidningen. 2013;110(12):639–640.
Improving the customer encounter experience at Karolinska Institutet University Library; the 7-step program. Janzen S, Pohjola-Ahlin S. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2012;8(2):8–11.
MeSH-related activities – the MeSH Special Interest Group 2011–2012. Knutssön G, Della Seta, M. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2012;8(4):28–29.
News from the MeSH Special Interest Group. Moberg K. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2012;8(1):32–33.
Students of tomorrow need trusted content. Jansson L. Elsevier Library Connect 2012.
Swedish MeSH goes mobile. Jergefelt M. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2012;8(1):34.
Report from the 3rd MeSH Special Interest Group Meeting, July 6th 2011, EAHIL Workshop, Istanbul, Turkey. Della Seta M, Knutssøn G. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2011;7(3):49–50.
Research into the impact of Facebook as a library marketing tool is inconclusive. Haglund L, Herron D. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 2010;5(3):56–58.
News from the Special Interest Group on MeSH. Knutssøn G, Monik M. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2010;6(2):48–50.
Report from the MeSH Special Interest Group meeting EAHIL Conference, Estoril, Portugal. Della Seta M, Knutssøn G. Journal of the European Association for Health Information and Libraries. 2010;6(3):42.
A list of best practices that may improved the use of telephone interviews during the recruitment process. Herron D, Haglund L. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 2009;4(4):81–83.
Secondary school teachers don't have time to engage in the most important aspects of information literacy due to curricular pressures. Herron D, Haglund L. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 2009;4(1):29–31.
The impact on university libraries of changes in information behavior among academic researchers: a multiple case study. Haglund L, Olsson P. Journal of Academic Librarianship. 2008;34(1):52–59.
Managing document supply: a SAGA come true in Sweden. Gavel Y, Hedlund L. Interlending and Document Supply. 2008;36(1):30–36.
Students with non-proficient information seeking skills greatly over-estimate their abilities. Haglund L, Herron D. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 2008;3(2):48–51.
Constructive Alignment – en tankemodell för undervisning i informationskompetens. Schmidt H. Infotrend: Nordisk Tidskrift För Informationsspecialister. 2007;62(2):47–57.
Mismatch Between the Demands for Tenure and Those of Public Services is Creating a Crossroads in Academic Librarianship. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. 2007;2(4):73–76.
Euroethics – a database network on biomedical ethics. Gavel Y, Andersson P-O, Knutssøn G. Health Information and Libraries Journal. 2006;23(3):169–178.
Söka och synas – om sökmotorer, sökmotoroptimering och bloggar. Lindgren K. Tidskrift för dokumentation. 2003;58(3):73–82.
Management of library pedagogical development: from models to statistics. Herron D. 68th IFLA Council and General Conference August 18–24. 2002:1–6.
Text mining: a new technique for information retrieval. Rehn C. Tidskrift för dokumentation. 2002;57(1):5–10.
Varje dag en pedagogisk utmaning. Berglind M (nu Essén M). Ikoner: vision och tradition. 1999;2(3):13–14.