Welcome to the Library
As a student, you are welcome in the library; no matter whether you are in Aarhus or in Copenhagen. You can borrow books, and use the electronic resources or the various teaching
facilities available in connection with your course. Librarians can also provide help, for example, in connection with: guidance on textbooks, relevant databases, and relevant websites.
They can also order books and articles required for examination projects, from other libraries, and provide brush-up courses on information searching. Besides the databases on the website it is possible to use a couple of databases with pictures and sound. To get access you have to contact the library email@example.com
DMJX students have remote access to a variety of services, including library information databases.
Find a short guide and a short videoguide for installing the remote access here
Book a Librarian
Students on BA Degree programmes and students writing final projects (individual students or groups) can book a 30-60 minute guidance session with a librarian when writing bachelor projects.
We can help you:
- build a strategy for your search
- choosing relevant databases
- searching in specific databases
To book a session, please contact your local library stating your name, e-mail address, name of programme, topic and/or problem formulation.
News in English:
Copenhagen Post Danish news in English
Denmark.dk. Official Danish website. Useful information about Denmark, including news.
Jutland Station. Online Danish magazine for expats. Erasmus Mundus students are among the contributors.
NexisUni. Fulltext articles from hundreds of newspapers and magazines around the world.
PressReader. 6000 newspapers and magazines from 100 countries around the world. Please remember that by downloading the application PressReader you can download 5 newspapers each day to your smartphone or tablet device.
Books and background:
BINGO. Library catalogue at the Danish School of Media and Journalism.
The Royal Danish Library Print the titles you are interested in, and ask the librarian to order the books for you.
SAGE Journals. Thousands of articles from 700 peer reviewed scientific journals.
BBC Academy. BBC’s teaching- and researchmaterials for television, radio and web.
LinkedIn Learning. Presentations and tutorials of softwareprogrammes.
Statistics Denmark. Official statistics about the Danish society.