The correct tools
The major challenge today is not finding information but selecting the information that is relevant to your given situation. And it all starts with finding the correct search tools.
Get help from the subject specialists
The libraries now give access to several hundred specialised databases. So it is no easy matter finding the correct location right at the start. If you need specific help, we recommend you make an appointment with one of our subject specialists:
Here is a comprehensive overview
- Catalogue. Here you can search for books and periodicals related to your subject and available from your library.
- Bibliotek.dk. The site offers a free service where you can see what has been published in Denmark and what is stocked in Danish libraries. The advantage of bibliotek.dk is that unlike our own catalogue, it registers major articles from Danish newspapers and periodicals.
- Specialised subject databases. The website has a subject overview and shows which databases related to your subject you can search in. The majority of databases have a SFX button, which indicates if there is access to the entire text of a specific article or how you can get hold of the article if the full text is not available online.
- Newspaper databases
- Infomedia: full text access to almost every Danish newspaper article from the mid-90s to today.
- Lexis Nexis: full text access to a series of international newspaper articles.