From 1 January 2018, the University Library in Örnsköldsvik will be managed by the municipality of Örnsköldsvik. The Library will remain in its current location – on the ground floor, opposite the Arken Library.
It is now possible to test a McGraw-Hill reference work in engineering, biomedicine, chemistry and electronics.
Från och med 2017-12-04 kommer poster i DiVA som granskats bibliografiskt och godkänts av universitetsbibliotekets personal att låsas för vidare redigering.
The Library's search tool has a new user interface, adapted for all types of devices.The features are the same as in the current user interface, but we hope it will significantly improve for you using the Library search tool.
Try Statista, a database that contains more than a million different statistical summaries in over 80,000 different topics. Statista retrieves data from 18,000 different sources and combines economic data, consumer insights, opinion polls and demographic trends.
The e-book service, Ebrary, with more than 140,000 e-books, is renamed Ebook Central. A novelty is that you no longer need to have a personal account to download a book, do underline, add bookmarks, print, etc. These features are now linked to your personal Umu-id.
Publications in DiVA will be the basis of bibliometrical calculations for the 2016 annual report. For the basis to be correct everyone at Umeå University must register their publications before the end of the year.
Umeå University Library's website is now adapted to make it easier to use on smaller mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets.
Did you know that the library lends out more than books? The Medical Library has recently acquired an anatomical model of the heart. And you find a lot of other useful things to simplify your studies in the library.
SAGE Research Methods Online (SRMO) is a research tool supported by a newly devised taxonomy that links content and methods terms. It provides a comprehensive picture available today of research methods (quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods) across the social and behavioural sciences.