Research and publish

The library offers a lot of resources and services aimed at those who wish to do research and publish their findings. BI academics will find everything they need on the intranet (Bikuben) under "For faculty". Besides help to find relevant literature and data, and guidance in searching disciplinary databases, the library offers support in the following areas:

  • Online presence for academics: We provide information about how you can set up and maintain academic profiles on Google Scholar, ORCID, ResearchGate, etc.
  • Bibliometric analyses: Analyses of patterns of academic publishing, citation, impact and collaboration, for example in connection to grant applications. Please contact Craig Aaen-Stockdale
  • EndNote: Teaching, guidance and support on this widely-used reference management program
  • Profiling and marketing of your research: We can help with posters, exhibitions, displays and book launches
  • Copyright and author rights: What can you publish online or distribute to students? We know BIs rules on this

PhD candidate?

BI library offers PhD candidates the same services and resources as BI faculty

In addition to services to BI faculty, please be aware of the following activities of particular relevance:

  • PhD Introduction day in September: Short library introduction
  • The contact librarian of your department invites you to an individual follow-up meeting
  • PhD on track: PhD on Track is a resource for PhD students who are beginning their research career, and who want to learn more about information- and literature for research purposes, and about how to publish research
  • Reference handling program EndNote: We offer intro courses and individual support
  • Drop in support: SPSS, Datastream etc. Check out the library event calendar