The library's webpages have a portal page that is divided into four sections.
Borrow and visit
Under this heading you can read more about how to borrow, visit and study at the library. Among other things, you will find information about the library staff and an FAQ page.
Here you will find everything about the library collections and how to best search for information. If you're looking for something that is not in our collection, you can suggest a purchase or request an inter-library loan. You can book tutoring in information seeking and also an introduction to talking books and other accessible media if you have a reading impairment.
If you're writing an essay, for example, this is where you'll find useful tips. The main focus is on reference writing, and you can download the library's popular guides to referencing systems such as Harvard, Oxford and APA. If you're a teacher you can request an information seeking course.
The final stop for a student struggling to finish an essay might be when it's published. But there is so much more to come - on this section of the library website you can find instructions on how to publish your essay in DiVA, as well as advice on how to publish via open access if you are a researcher.
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More information about the rest of the website is available in the news article on the home page.