Library at SDU Campus Copenhagen
SDU Library Copenhagen is the smallest of our departments. The department has the task of servicing the researchers at the National Institute of Public Health and is therefore not open to the public.
The department provides support to researchers in the form of courses in health science information retrieval and use of reference software (EndNote) as well as assists with the preparation of search profiles for research applications. The department is manned three days a week.
Reading room offerings for SDU students in the heart of Copenhagen
In collaboration with Arbejdermuseet (The Workers Museum), the University Library of Southern Denmark offers SDU's students access to exclusive study places at the Worker Museum, a few hundred meters from both Nørreport Station and SDU's Campus Copenhagen.
As an SDU student resident in the Copenhagen area, simply bring and submit your SDU Student Card to access the study rooms in the reading room, which is open during the opening hours of the museum.
SDU has no courses in Copenhagen, but as SDU attracts students from all regions, of which about 2,700 full-time students reside in the Copenhagen area, the background for cooperation with the Workers Library and Archive is clear: the University of Southern Denmark is experiencing that SDU's students increasingly demand the possibility of flexible study , also outside of classical teaching situations on campus.
With this reading room offer, SDU students living in the Copenhagen area have an additional opportunity to use inspirational study places in historical surroundings and "dig down" in reading breaks, exam periods, etc.
Read more about the study sites, including opening hours, coffee arrangements, etc. at Arbejdermuseet.dk.