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Spring is here and it's time for the verification process – that is, all researchers at Karolinska Institutet and/or Region Stockholm are requested to log in to the bibliometric database Wednesday May 20 at the latest.
On this page we will gather current information about the library services during the outbreak of COVID-19 (the corona virus). The library will not be staffed physically from 18 March.
Face of AIDS Film Archive: More than 800 hours of film – a unique treasure on the the global epidemic of HIV.
A new resource room at Campus Solna is now available for booking. The room is located on floor 2 in Widerströmska huset.
The university library in Solna is closed due to renovation, but a temporary pop-up library is available on Retzius väg 13B on Campus Solna.
As from 1 January 2020 there are changes to the library’s selection of e-resources, including several new publishing agreements.
Use the library’s new service Library Access to easily find and access scientific literature when you are off campus.
Possibility to publish without cost in 1550 journals and reading access to 1500 journals.
After a long and difficult negotiation process between the publisher Elsevier and the Swedish Bibsam-consortium (of which KI is a member) we now have a new national agreement with the publisher.
The holiday season is coming up. During the holiday season the loan periods are changing as well as the opening hours in the library.
The theme of this years international open access week, 21-27 October, is Open to whom?
At the moment there are scam emails circulating, falsely made to look like they originate from KI. The sender is trying to obtain the password to your KI account.
A new agreement from July 15 2019 gives KI researchers the opportunity to publish open access articles without fees in more than 570 fully open access journals from Springer Nature.
When the opportunity arose to give feedback on the implementation guide for Plan S, the following points were conveyed to the Swedish research funders FORTE and Formas
New agreement gives KI researchers the opportunity to publish open access articles without fees in more than 300 journals from Oxford University Press.
Since January 1, 2019 there has been some changes to the library’s selection of e-resources. you will have access to more e-books within evidence-based medicine, but some databases and reference books have been cancelled.

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