Research support

Search for literature - Order books and articles - EndNote - APA-tutorial - Publishing and open access - Copyright questions - ISBN-no - Access off campus

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

PhD On Track is a collection of information on everything from literature search to how to assess the quality of journals, and can be a useful tool.

The library provides support and guidance to NIH's researchers in all the stages of writing.

Search for literature
Order books and articles
APA-tutorial (how to cite) 
Publishing and open access 
Copyright questions 

Copyright questions
The library can assist Ph.D.-students with clearifying the use of articles in their theses, and answers any other questions about copyright.

A common question is whether one can add an article (the journal's pdf version) in social networks like LinkedIn and ResearchGate:

Most publishers do not allow the use of the journal's pdf version, but the latest text version. And distribution to colleagues/researchers are meant in a much smaller scale than LinkedIn and Research Gate.

Be sure to check with the publisher first! is a helpful tool to find the publisher's policy. If you do not find the answer there, the library can help.

If the publisher says no to this use, you can either link to the article in Brage or to the summary of the article (on the journal's website). 

To get a new ISBN-number, contact Ingvild Gillerdalen in the Communications Department.