The library has a large number of printed and electronic journals; you can find these in the library or access them via the library's website. The selection is based on the research and teaching conducted at the university. If we do not have what you are looking for, make a purchase suggestion.
What is available?
Finding our journals
If you want to know which journals the library subscribes to, you can search the list of journals. If we do not have the journal you are looking for, make a purchase suggestion.
List of journals
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The printed journals which the library subscribes to are on the 5th floor, in alphabetical order. The journal archive is also on the 5th floor. All titles are in alphabetical order.
We also have a number of daily newspapers from Sweden and abroad; the microfilm room on the 6th floor of the library also has older articles from Dagens Nyheter on microfilm.
Access to e-journals
It may be difficult to get an overview of the e-journals we have as they not actually in the library. However, searching in our databases allows you to access a large number of articles. Use our search guide to learn more about search techniques.
Did you know?
The majority of our 12 000 journals are electronic.
Students and staff with valid Sh-cards can access e-journals on and off campus. More information about remote access is available at Access to e-resources.
Other visitors to the library can read articles in e-journals using the computers in the library by using a guest account.
You may print out single articles for private use, but you cannot download an entire journal or use the material for commercial purposes. Ask the library staff if you are unsure about which rules apply.
Monitor your field via alerts and RSS feeds. Read more about subscribing to updates from databases, journals, etc.
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