Service and support at KTH Library
While KTH’s premises remain closed, we’d like to remind you of the support and service KTH Library can offer. In addition to all our regular digital resources, we have improved and increased our digital services and our digital opening hours.
We are here to help you every weekday between 9 am and 4 pm.
Phone: 08-790 70 88
Good to know while the KTH premises are closed
The browser extension Lean Library makes it easier to access the library’s subscribed e-resources from home. Read more about Lean Library.
Until June 30, everyone at KTH has access to more than 460 online courses from IEEE. Read more about IEEE .
Articles that can’t be found among the library’s e-resources might often be obtained through Get it now. The article is then delivered as a pdf within a few hours, and the library covers all costs. When it is possible to order the article through Get it now, you will see the link when searching in the library’s search tool Primo .
At present, KTH Library mainly acquires electronic material, but it might also be possible to get hold of printed material. If you submit your request through the online form , we will do our best to find what you’re looking for.
Freely available articles (that don’t require a subscription) can be accessed through a number of different browser extensions. Read more about accessing freely available articles.
If you are in urgent need of anything in our printed collections, we’ll try to help you to the best of our ability. Get in touch with us via our chat or email.
Services for students
The library offers seminars and workshops via Zoom that are open to everyone. Visit kth.se/en/biblioteket/kalender to see all upcoming events.
Services for researchers andemployees
Teachers can book teaching activities for their students in finding, evaluating, collecting and using scholarly information. All teaching activities are held online.
KTH Library are happy to answer any questions regarding for example DiVA, scientific publishing, posting of theses and Open Access. Just email us on firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you need an ISBN, you can order it yourself on the library website: Order an ISBN .
We now have a new version of Annual Bibliometric Monitoring (ABM), which offers a better visualization and also a few new indicators. Search in Bibliometric Analytics for KTH .
The purpose of ABM is to improve the understanding of the published research at KTH, with larger impact being one of the goals. The results from the ABM are also used in the KTH quality system.
If there’s anything else you need help with, feel free to contact us!
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