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June 2011

Search field with more valuable content

The State and University Library is currently increasing the amount of data you search through when you use the library’s search system. The material you search through now also includes research publications, a considerable amount of Danish article data and the website’s content itself.

Research publications from the PURE system

Researchers at Aarhus University are obliged to register their publications in the PURE system. All these registrations are now found in the State and University Library’s search system. This includes data from as far back as the 1950s (although only a small amount) and right up to the present day. The registrations not only include entire books, but also articles in periodicals, other articles, PhD dissertations, working papers and conference papers. The material amounts to approximately 143,000 registrations altogether.

Article database from DBC

DBC (Dansk BiblioteksCenter) maintains a database with registrations of selected articles from Danish newspapers and periodicals. There are currently 985,000 registrations dating from 1960 up to the present day. If you are a researcher or student at Aarhus University, you are led directly to the full text article.
Alternatively, you can order the article as usual via the State and University Library’s order system.

Website content

Many users have been requesting for a long time that the library’s website content at statsbiblioteket.dk was also made searchable. For this reason, the State and University Library’s entire website content is now available as part of the search. If you are looking for content on the State and University Library’s website, it should thus turn up in the search result you are already familiar with.

We look forward to seeing how well the new amount of content is received by our users.