Swedish, Danish and Finnish-Swedish newspapers: Choose the source you want to search next to the search button.
Norwegian newspapers: We no longer have access to Atekst articles as our quota has been used up. Students and academic staff who have a documented academic need can apply for access by filling out an application form in Norwegian.
Access to a variety of newspapers and magazines from around the world. In addition to reading the newspapers on a daily base, you can access the archive with editions from the last 90 days. Approx. 2200 newspapers and magazines from 58 countries are included. For example Dagbladet, Aftenposten, The Washington Post, Daily Mail, Newsweek, The Guardian, Forbes, Svenska Dagbladet and Politiken.
For off-campus access, download the Pressreader app when you're at campus. You may need to renew your access once a week. Just reopen the app on a hot spot (a map is provided in the app).
Digital dictionaries with access to 6 languages (Norwegian, English, German, French, Italian and Spanish) and within the subjects technology, economy and medicine.
Oxford English Dictionary
A guide to the meaning, history, and pronunciation of 600,000 words - past and present - from across the English-speaking world.
Bokmålsordboka og Nynorskordboka
Norwegian dictionaries, free of charge.
The LEXIN dictionaries
The first web-based dictionaries that are made especially for minority language immigrants in Norway. The dictionaries are clearly set out and easy to use. Free of charge.
Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid
Free of charge.
A dictionary for the Nordic languages.
A dictionary for terminology in higher education.
Store norske leksikon
The largest encyclopedia in Norway, free of charge.
Online edition is free of charge and includes a selection from the complete encyclopedia.
A nynorsk (one of Norway's two official written languages) digital encyclopedia. Texts about the nynorsk cultural history. May also include other subjects in future releases.