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Fuglesangs Alle

About AU Library, Fuglesangs Allé

AU Library, Fuglesangs Allé is a public research library and EU documentation centre. AU Library, Fuglesangs Allé is a library associated with Aarhus University, School of Business and Social Sciences (Aarhus BSS) - together with AU Library, Bartholins Allé and AU Library, Herning.

AU Library, Fuglesangs Allé covers the areas of economics, marketing, organization, management, business law and business communication.

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Theses@bss

Search theses in Theses@bss

See also a complete overview of theses and dissertations from Aarhus University. Some can only be read on the premises, some can be borrowed, some can be downloaded, etc


News

Gyldendals Røde Ordbøger

2017.05.09 | Databaser

Reexamination? Access Gyldendal's dictionaries offline

As a student at Aarhus University you have access to download Gyldendal's dictionaries and install them on your own computer during exam periods.

2016.09.15 | Staff

Receive an alert when new articles from your favourite journals are available

If you want to be informed about new articles within a specific subject area or new articles by a specific author you have several different options.

Thesis study carrel

2016.06.02 | AU Library, Bartholins Alle

Thesis study carrels for students at Arts and Aarhus BSS

If you are an Arts or Aarhus BSS student – you can now apply for a thesis study carrel – your personal study seat throughout the thesis writing period.

Courses

Thu 28 Sep
09:30-15:00 | AU Library, Bartholins Allé, bygn. 1340, lok. 360
Information Retrieval & Information Management for researchers, BSS Aarhus
The main goal of this course is to provide participants with skills to enhance the efficiency of the search process in the beginning of a research project.
Wed 04 Oct
09:30-15:00 | AU Library, Bartholins Allé, bygn. 1340, lok. 360
Information Retrieval & Information Management for researchers, BSS Aarhus
The main goal of this course is to provide participants with skills to enhance the efficiency of the search process in the beginning of a research project.