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  • Changes in the Cinahl database
    The search functionality of Cinahal, a Nursing and Allied Health database, has been adjusted to better align with the settings used in many other databases.
  • Agreement with Elsevier is terminated
    Swedish research libraries have announced that the agreement with the large scientific publisher, Elservier, will not be renewed as the publisher does not meet the requirements for open access.
  • Handling of personal data
    To be clear about how we handle your personal data and information regarding loans and requests, our loan regulations have been updated and clarified. See current and previous versions here.
  • Easy access to database content
    With browser plugin Library Access you get easy access to content licensed by the library. This means you don't have to be on campus or go via Databases A-Z.
  • The table is set
    In keeping with tradition, we've set a table with recent publications by inaugurated full professors and conferred PhDs.
  • More group work areas

    The newly renovated classroom C3028 is now open to students looking for another area for group work.
  • Card payment from January

    The University Library is going cash free the 1st of January 2018 and will only accept card payment.
  • Course books – from 2-day loans to reference copies
    Due to problems with the request queue for course books with a 2-day loan period, we have chosen to make course books accessible as reference material to be read in the Library.
  • Rate us

    We would like to know what you think about the service we provide at the information desk. Please give us your feedback by answering a quick question on the iPad near the library entrance.
  • New iPad loaded with magazines/newspapers
    The library now has an iPad loaded with the PressReader app located near the newpapers. Come take a seat and read a digital magazine/newspaper.
  • Back in service - borrow and request

    Our new library catalog system is now in place.  This means you can once again borrow books from the course book collection and request books which are on loan.
  • Change in library catalog system
    On Friday September 15th, we will change to a new library catalog system. During the transition some disturbances in service may occur.
  • Welcome to a new term!

    Welcome to the University Library!  Are you a new student who wants to know more about how the library works? Start with our guide Introduction to the University Library.

  • Get a library badge

    Come visit us at the library information desk to get your free library badge for 2017.
  • Temporary stop on coursebook loans
    Between August 14th and September 15th, it will not be possible to take home coursebooks due to a change in the library catalog system. You are still welcome to read coursebooks at the library.  
  • No book reservations this summer

    The library is currently in the process of adopting a new catalog system. Due to this change, it will not be possible to reserve books online (through Primo) until September 15th.
  • Altered opening hours during the summer

    We are open all summer but with shorter opening hours. See our summer opening hours here.

  • Publish open access without author fee

    By a Swedish national consortium agreement, Jönköping University researchers can now publish articles open access in any of Springer’s subscription-based journals without having to pay the author fee.

  • New design and updated content in subject guides
    The library's subject guides has a new look and partly new content. Welcome to use our different guides to get help with searching for information within your specific subject and help within such areas as EndNote and information searching in general.

  • New database from IEEE

    The library offers access to the database IEEE Xplore Digital Library. The database contains a very large collection of full text documents - over 4 million - in computer science, electrical engineering and electronics.

Content updated 2017-01-11






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