Attend tutoring in information seeking
We create the best conditions for research, teaching and scholarly communication with our users' perspective in focus.
The library is open all days of the week. Stay up to date on opening hours around holidays on our website.
In order to borrow and use the library's services as a student, employee or external user at Stockholm University you need a library account.
A large part of the books at Stockholm University Library are e-books. They are available for students and staff at Stockholm University and to visitors on-site.
Students and staff at Stockholm University can order books, articles and other media resources which are not already available in the library.
Is it possible to change the ways of academic publishing? At least we need to try, says Library Director Wilhelm Widmark when presenting Stockholm University's new publishing platform SU Dynamica.
Now you can publish articles open access and have them peer-reviewed in a new publishing platform SU has helped develop.
Do you want to know how to find and borrow literature, and how to use the library to enhance your studies? No worries, here you can read about how you can take part in our services offered to you as a new student.
This semester we offer access to the new search tool Keenious, which is available to all students and employees at Stockholm University.
Study effectively with some help from the services offered by the library.
Meet the researchers who work openly
Here you can find information on the library services; i.e. applying for a library account, tutorials for students or direct delivery of literature for researchers.
RESEARCHERS AND TEACHERS
Stockholm University strives for an open scientific system, where everyone has free and open access to scholarly texts, research results and research data.
As a researcher or PhD student, you can receive advice and support from the library. Here, we have complied our services.
Stockholm University Library has an extensive collection of old and rare prints, manuscripts and maps, as well as digitized collections. We are also an EDC library.