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Library services for AUH

AU Library, Health Sciences offers library services to all employees at AUH. See more below, or see Central Denmark Region's intranet: personale/personaletilbud/biblioteksservice

Databases and e-journals

You have access to books, e-journals and databases via your Citrix login.

Use one of the following apps in Citrix: ‘AU Library-E-tidsskrifter mv’ or ‘AU Library-PubMed’ or start at library.au.dk.

Additional guides:

Tailored courses

If you have a need for a course or a workshop at your department, we are happy to come out to your location. The content will be defined by your needs and could for example be:

  • Advanced use of PubMed
  • Introduction to PURE
  • Help with RefWorks/Endnote
  • Literature search for systematic reviews
  • Structured literature searches

Courses usually last 1-2 hours.

Call or write to make an appointment or get more information.

Help and guides

At AUH Skejby, you can book an appointment with a librarian on Tuesday and Thursday, between 12:30-15:30.
Find us at Entrance F7, F207, Room 164.
Write to us and make an appointment.

At AU Library, Health Sciences (Vennelyst Boulevard 4), you can get help from a librarian, Monday to Thursday, between 9:00-17:00, and Friday, between 9:00-15:00. You may prefer to arrange an appointment: auh.aul@kb.dk, but you can also just drop by the library when it suits you.

EndNote

Central Region of Denmark has terminated the license to the reference management software RefWorks and switched to EndNote.

EndNote is available through citrix.

Guide til EndNote (in Danish). On page 49 you will find a guide to transferring references from RefWorks to EndNote.

Please finish all documents using RefWorks before you switch to EndNote. Your RefWorks account will expire in March 2020.

If you are a student or employee at AU you can download EndNote via the university network outside of citrix.

You can also choose a free reference management software like Zotero or Mendeley. These are however not supported by AU Library.

Contact

Library services for AUH
Aarhus University Hospital, Skejby
Entrance F7
F207, Room 164