We recommend that you use Google Scholar. Then you search for scientific articles, theses, books and such. That will give you more relevant results.

To access the Library's electronic resources (ebooks, journals, databases), you have to install a VPN-client.

The most important databases at NIH

ORIA (emneordsliste for søking i Oria)
- everything the Library has got, in print and electronic

PubMed  (on your mobile)
- medicine

SPORTDiscus (on your mobile)
- sport

Web of Science (on your mobile)
- interdisciplinary (sociology, health, psychology, philosophy etc.)
Do not use on Internet Explorer.

- psychology, psychiatry, medicine and sociology

Ordnett - dictionaries (Norwegian, new Norwegian, foreign words, synonyms, Norwegian-English, English-Norwegian, medicine)

More databases

AMED  - physiotherapy and rehabilitation

A-tekst (Retrievers arkivtjeneste) - Norwegian newspapers. Click "Logg inn" in the upper right corner, and then click "Logg inn" without typing any username/password.

BioMed Central - medicine and biology, free full text from 130 journals

Cochrane Library -  different types of high-quality, independent evidence to inform healthcare decision-making

EMBASE - health (pharmacology, general public health, substance abuse, environmental and occupational medicine) 

ERIC - pedagogy and education 

European Database of Sport Science - 16.000 abstracts from 1996 until today from the annual ECSS-congress, and access to 10% in full text 

Helsebiblioteket - databases, journals and other health related resources

Human Anatomy Atlas (also app for cell phone or tablet) - anatomical 3D-atlas. Use Internet Explorer when launching the atlas on your pc or Mac.

Lovdata - Norwegian laws, central and local regulations, new decisions from the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeal 

MEDLINE - medicine

PEDro - trials, systematic reviews and clinical practice guidelines in physiotherapy

Spolit - sport and related subjects, good coverage of German and Eastern European literature.

Store Norske Leksikon - Aschehoug and Gyldendals Great Norwegian Encyclopedia, free

SveMed+ - medicine, Nordic journal articles