We recommend that you use Google Scholar. Then you search for scientific articles, theses, books and such. That will give you more relevant results.
The most important databases at NIH
- psychology, psychiatry, medicine and sociology
Ordnett - dictionaries (Norwegian, new Norwegian, foreign words, synonyms, Norwegian-English, English-Norwegian, medicine)
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