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During summer the loan period for books are prolonged and the opening hours are shortened.
Spring is here and it's time for the verification process – that is, all researchers at KI and/or SLL are requested to log in to the bibliometric database Monday May 20 at the latest.
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.
At both libraries (Solna and Flemingsberg) we are currently refurbishing and moving desks and support spaces. Please be aware of a bit of construction work in the library in the following weeks.
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.
The national e-journal agreement with Elsevier was terminated during 2018. Following BIBSAM’s recommendation, the library has cancelled the subscription to more Elsevier journals while waiting for a new national agreement.
During 2019 we are planning to redesign the public spaces of the library at campus Solna. We want to know what you as a user think we should prioritize. Do you need more study spaces for group work or for individual work?
We now have a new payment system in use (called DIBS). It's a modern and easy solution for online payments, and you will recognise the style from similar services at online shops. Don't forget to withdraw money from Payex!
Veggies are now the norm, not the exception! For all KIB activities, vegetarian food will now be the preselected option. By making this decision, we hope to inspire employees to eat more vegetarian, even outside the workplace.
From September 3, new regular opening hours apply. This includes prolonged extended opening hours in Flemingsberg
In order to make you feel safe with how we process your personal information, we have clarified our policy in accordance with the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In order to stop rising price increases and to support open access publishing, the national e-journal agreement with Elsevier has been terminated.
Usually when you publish an open access article you have to pay a publishing fee (APC). The University Library has entered into agreements with three publishers where the library will pay their fees for you.
As a researcher at the Karolinska Institutet you can now publish open access free of charge in 2,300 hybrid journals from Taylor & Francis!
As a researcher at Karolinska Institutet you can now publish open access free of charge in 40 hybrid journals from Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).