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.
CPL: Use this filter to locate dissertations or articles written by researchers at Chalmers. Your search will be forwarded to Chalmers Publication Library - CPL.
Studentarbeten.chalmers.se: Choose this filter to search for Chalmers student theses.
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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.
Services for Students with learning disabilities
The library at Johanneberg and in Kuggen, Lindholmen, has a reading studio equipped for students with learning disabilities. Here you will receive information about course literature as useful talking books.
Legimus is the Swedish Agency for Accessible Media's online library. Through Legimus.se you can search for and download talking books.
The app Legimus
You use the the app Legimus when you download and read talking books.
As a student
Course literature is available as talking books, braille books and e-text books. It may be articles, book chapters, Compendium produced by the university and university colleges.
You must have an account to download talking books. Contact your library to get one.
Ann-Kristin Årman, contact for students with special needs, email@example.com, phone: 031 - 772 37 32.
The reading studio
The library’s reading studio is a quiet and private room for students with learning disabilities. It is equipped with a variety of reading aids and you have access to the studio when the library is open. In addition, you can borrow an ergonomic mouse and a translator pen.
Students can reserve the studio for 4 hours per day, but can use it longer if there are no other reservations. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us at the reference desk at the Main Library o Kuggen, Lindholmen to reserve the studio. In order to gain access to the reading studio you need an attestation from one of the coordinators for students with disabilities.
Coordinators are Annelie Karlsson and Heidi Wåxberg, Student support, email@example.com, phone 031 - 772 19 22.
How to apply for support
Log in to Nais and follow the instructions. You will need a valid certificate to make your application and when you have made your application, you will receive an email message confirming receipt of your application.