Every other week this autumn, the Norwegian Industrial Property Office will be present at the University Library in Sørhellinga. There you are welcome to drop by and have a chat and get guidance on intangible assets such as patents, trademarks and designs. Start is Thursday 29 September, see below for other dates.
We are happy to inform you that from week 11 / March 14 we extend our opening hours by 2 extra hours every day. At the request of the students, we are expanding our opening hours both at Sørhellinga and in the Veterinary Building.
Since the University Library is now open, we have started to send out reminders and overdue notices. Please be aware that errors may occur. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Please contact us, and we will help you.
The libraries at the Tower Building and Adamstuen are moving to the Veterinary building. Thousands of books are waiting to get packed. Therefore, the two sections need to close from December 16th (Tower Building) and December 21st (Adamstuen), ca until the middle of February. The Sørhellinga library will be open as usual. We are looking forward to welcoming you to our new library in 2021!
Status 23.05: The e-mail (receipt) from Brage after the submission is unfortunately not in place yet. Status 21.05: Brage is back! Please submit your master's theses to Brage if you didn't make it earlier. Same file as you submitted to WISEflow.
A total of seven open access publishing agreements are now available for NMBU employees. The agreements allow for open access publishing in a wide range of journals. The cost is covered through the subscriptions held by the University Library.
A press release made by the Ministry of Education and Research informs that a unique agreement has been negotiated between Unit (Norway) and Elsevier. The new read & publish agreement ensures access to and allows for open publication in the majority of Elsevier journals.