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Your digital library
Learn more about authors, music and all kind of subjects

The library offers you a lot of free digital services

You can use your digital library as when you borrow books or let yourself in at the library whenever it fits into your everyday life. In more cases you will find an app containing the digital service.

Filmstriben - the libraries' Netflix

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See all time classics, whimsical short movies or french avantgarde movies. See black and white masterpieces of Dreyer, when you get sick of tv series. Or see (again) iconic westerns in wide format. Filmstriben prioritizes films that provide food for thought. In Danish.
Go to Filmstriben

e-Reolen - the libraries' national service offering e-books and audio books

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Many thousands of books you can borrow and always a lot you can borrow right away. New and old titles are constantly being added to the collection. At e-Reolen you find biographies, crime novels, the great classics, the heartbreaking love novel and the experimental short novel. Available as an app or on In Danish.
Go to eReolen

At e-Reolen Global you will find english books.

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Go to e-Reolen Global

e-Reolen GO

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A service providing digital access to audio and e-books for children.

Go to e-Reolen GO

All materials available on e-Reolen are also searchable through


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Whether you are writing about an established authorship or a new author, Forfatterweb is a must. Forfatterweb contains descriptions of primarily Danish authorships including portraits and biographies and references to analyzes of the authors' works. You will also find

  • short descriptions of literary themes
  • introductions to literary periods including an overview of the most important events in the actual period
  • definitions of literary genres

In Danish.

Go to forfatterweb's logo is the Royal Danish Library’s portal for the publication of professional, scientific and cultural journals in digital full-text. is also part of National Strategy for Open Access, which is supported by the Ministry of Education and Research. The site is available in English.
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