This year, all publishing agreements with publishing quotas, with the exception of one, will be continued throughout the year. The agreement with Frontiers will expire with effect from 1 October.
The University Library's Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) has launched a new service for advice and guidance on how to write data management plans and data management in general.
How do I borrow books, when is it open, do you have a copier, and how can I get my syllabus for free? Here are the answers to everything you know you need to know.
The University Library's collections contain a lot of LGBTQ+ literature. Here we present books related to lgbtq+ themes, gender and sexuality. You will find both subject books, fiction books, and comic books on the list. The list is updated June 2021.
A year after riots and demonstrations, the Black Lives Matter movement is just as relevant. UB's reading list gives you current and historical book tips to understand the debate around racism in Norway and the rest of the world, from Eg snakkar om det heile tida by Camara Lundestad Joof to Why I'm no longer talking to white people about race by Reni Eddo-Lodge.
The UiO libraries reopen on Thursday for everyone with an access card and code. Study places must be booked in advance.
Zotero Storage is now available to all students and staff at UiO. Entering your UiO email address into your Zotero account gives you unlimited storage to sync PDF files and other attachments.
This year's publishing quotas in the "Publish and Read"-agreements with Wiley, Taylor & Francis and Springer are soon used up. Open access is ensured by self-archiving to DUO via Cristin.
We are introducing meråpent library in Georg Sverdrups hus on certain times of the week from Monday September 7. Meråpent library (More Open Library) means that the library is unstaffed, and the building is closed, but you can access with your UiO student- or staff card.
Welcome new students, welcome returning students! We look forward to seeing you at the library and helping you to find literature, perform searches and guide you with your writing.
The Humanities and Social Sciences Library in Georg Sverdrups hus is open. The other libraries keep their take away library open, but with reduced opening hours. We are planning to run as normal, with normal opening hours for all our libraries, from 10 August, provided the situation allows for this.
We have reopened the order function in Oria, and you can now order books directly there. The form that has been in use lately has been closed.
Through new agreements with Wiley and Taylor & Francis, students and staff at UiO and OUS now have access to over 120,000 more e-book titles than before. In total, we now have access to over 900,000 e-books in Oria, the library's catalog.
The Academic Writing Centre is a consultation service for students and faculty at the UiO. Although the campus is closed, the centre is open online for all inquiries about the study situation in general and essay writing in particular.
The week after Easter, the University Library will open a limited service for collecting highly needed material from our printed collections. The service will be offered within the national guidelines for infection control. It is not possible to return any books to the Library until we are up and running with normal services again.
The ProQuest Health Research Premium Collection journal package is no longer available after April 1, 2020. At UiO and OUS, we have had access to this journal package through the Health Library.
Access to PsycARTICLES from the American Psychological Association (APA) is secured throughout 2020 through an extraordinary agreement.
Are you a researcher or a clinician, and in need of publications on Covid-19? Medical library has made a collection of resources regarding the corona virus.
The journal packages from PsycARTICLES and the ProQuest Health Research Premium Collection are no longer available after March 1, 2020. At UiO and OUS, we have had access to these journal packages through "Helsebiblioteket". Update as of March 23: The library has now set up the Get It Now service to access articles.
The programme for Research Bazaar is ready. Several workshops on digital skills and tools important for modern-day research are held at UiO on the 8th-10th of January.
On Monday, December 9th, the search setup in Oria will change. The new setup has two different search options, and the default search is in UiO's own resources.
At the University of Oslo (UiO), Research Bazaar will take place on January 8th-10th, 2020. The call for submissions is now closed and the full program is online!
Welcome to your new life as a student at UiO. At the library we are ready to help you along the way, just ask.
As a researcher at UiO and OUS, you can publish openly (open access) with Elsevier without incurring any extra costs for you or the research group. The publishing costs are covered by UiO through the agreement that has recently been entered into with the publisher.
After lengthy negotiations, it is now clear that Norwegian research institutions are unable to reach an agreement with the publisher Elsevier to renew subscriptions.