Use the search box to search the library's information resources. To limit your search to journals, articles etc., press Filter, select one of the options and enter your search terms.
Articles: Your search is limited to articles from journals. From your search results you can further drill down the results by using the facets in the left menu such as peer-review and online availability.
E-books and printed books: This option retrieves e-books and printed books only.
Printed books: Limits your results to printed books. From the search results you can filter your search to include books available at either one of our three libraries.
Journals: Use this option if you are looking for a specific journal. The majority of our journals are available online. You can narrow your search results by using the facets in the left menu.
If you prefer to search for journal titles in an alphabetically sorted list, please use the Journals A-Z.
Don’t know the complete journal title? See our guide on how to search with abbreviated titles.
Databases: Enter words from the database title or subject area. Use English terms. Please note that databases often cover large areas and the search terms therefore need to be broad, for example Physics.
In the Database search you may browse by name, subject areas or type of content.
Chalmers publications: Use this filter to locate dissertations or articles written by researchers at Chalmers. Your search will be forwarded to research.chalmers.se.
Studentarbeten.chalmers.se: Choose this filter to search for Chalmers student theses.
Need more help? Go to search services to find search tips and additional links.
Remember to ask us when you have a question. You're also welcome to visit the reference desk at the library, call or book a librarian.
New at the library
Welcome to our libraries and learning common. On this page you'll find everything you need to know to start using our services. If you have questions or need help, please ask a librarian on location or send us an email!
There are two libraries and a learning common at Chalmers University of Technology: the Main Library and the Architecture and Civil Engineering Library at Campus Johanneberg and Chalmers Learning Common in Kuggen at Campus Lindholmen.
You need a library card to borrow printed books. Please bring a valid ID to either of our libraries and pick up your card.
Search for books, articles, student theses and more
You can find almost everything the library owns and subscribes to in the search box located at the top of our webpage. Type your search terms into the search box or narrow your search directly (to articles, books, journals, etcetera).
For additional information, please see Search Services.
Access to E-resources
To access e-resources off campus you need to register at Chalmers. Can’t access the e-resources? Have a look at our tips.
Computers and Scanners
There are computers at all our libraries, either use your CID to login, or use one of our computers for external users.
There are scanners at some of the computers at the Main Library, or as a function in the multi-printers, available at all three locations.
You can use Eduroam when working at the library. See instructions on how to set up your computer for Eduroam.
Copy and Print-outs
You get a certain amount of printing quota each semester, check how much you have left at print.chalmers.se.
To make copies, you need to purchase a voucher and activate it. Use the card number and the code on line 4.
Refill your printer account, and see costs and terms for copying and printing here.
Group Study Rooms
Students at Chalmers can reserve group study rooms at the Main Library and in Kuggen.
Tutors from the department of Mathematics are available at both the Main Library and in Kuggen during the school year.
A reading studio equipped with reading aids is available at the Main Library and in Kuggen. We can also assist you with audio course literature. For additional information, please see our page about services for students with learning disabilities.
New student at Chalmers
As a new student you will find more useful information at the Chalmers website.
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