A free service where you can see what has been published in Denmark and the holdings of Danish libraries. You can request the items on Danish libraries, but you have to be a member of the library you choose. The English version of the site does not have exactly the same functions as the Danish one.
New service - search scientific articles
This new service gives you the opportunity to request articles previously reserved for university students and employees. Your local library will notify you when you can pick up your article. It takes 4-10 working days.
Fill in the name (or part of) of the author. eg.: luhmann The order of the names makes no difference.
Look up the author Fill in the letters from the surname of the author that you are certain of, eg. gorba Click Look up the author and you'll see a list of authors. Make your choice from the list - later you can use Refine search.
Fill in one (or more) words from the title. If you write several words, they'll be combined with an "and" eg.: kite runner
Look up the title Fill in the beginning of the title, eg. far from the Click Look up the title and you'll see a list of titles in bibliotek.dk. Make your choice from the list - later you can use Refine search.
Fill in your subject - you can include a wildcard, ? or *, if in doubt, eg. doping? rather than doping If you write several words, they'll be combined with an "and". eg.: diet? cancer
Look up the subject Fill in the first word or beginning of the word... , eg.: magic Click Look up the subject and you'll see a list of subject headings used in bibliotek.dk. Make your choice from the list - later you can use Refine search.
What is Free text? Here you search the majority of the data in the records Put a wildcard - ? or * - when in doubt Do not put an "and" between words.
Language The drop-down list is in three sections: - the 6 most frequently used languages - the next frequently used languages - in the bottom a link to a total list of languages
Select year You only need to do this, if your search result is too big
Library type Use Research libraries (includes academic, university and special libraries) when you are certain that you only need scholarly works. Use Public libraries, when you are sure that what you want is held by public libraries.
Add format You can either use the drop-down-list or click Add format. Then you'll get a pop-up-window where you also can browse all formats and then make your choices.
Transferred search Combine with boxes below
What is WAYF? WAYF means Where Are You From.
WAYF is connecting institutions with external services used by the institutions' users. With WAYF you only have to log in at your own institution in order to get access to services such as journal databases, library databases and similar.