You can find the library's printed books in SöderScholar and see what is on the shelf and what is on loan, and you can also reserve books currently on loan and renew loans.
To find the e-books, articles and databases provided by the library you must go through SöderScholar or the database list.
You can find the library's e-books in SöderScholar and access them with a link to the website where you can read the book. Need help logging in? Go to the page SH: Access to databases and other e-resources or RKH: Access to databases and other e-resources.
The number of Swedish articles isn't large at the moment, but is gradually growing. The library also provides e-resources (for example Retriever Research) containing articles which are not covered by SöderScholar. You can find these in the database list.
Most of the articles in the English journals, that we subscribe to, are searchable through SöderScholar. These articles are often in fulltext and in SöderScholar you access them with a link to the website where you can read the article.
You will find a large amount of dissertations and conference papers in SöderScholar. In addition, everything which is registered in the university’s digital repository (DiVa) can be found in SöderScholar.
Resources not available in SöderScholar
In the library collection there are resources that are not searchable in SöderScholar for various reasons. In the database list, you will find a symbol that shows to what extent the resource is searchable in SöderScholar. If the circle is completely green it means that the material is fully searchable in SöderScholar. If the circle is completely white, this means that you can't search for the contents in SöderScholar but need to go directly to the database instead.
When something goes wrong
Sometimes it happens that the link to the full text doesn't work. If that is the case, click on Report a problem, and we will troubleshoot and hopefully reach the full text of that particular resource.