The library at Campus Kjeller will open on Monday 19 April. The libraries at Campus Pilestredet are open for students and employees at OsloMet. Read more about the services from the libraries, Learning Support Centre and AV Services.
The library at Campus Kjeller is closed, but will open on Monday 19 April. The libraries at Campus Pilestredet are open for students and employees at OsloMet.
For students and staff members at OsloMet, the student ID card/admission card is also your library card. Others can use a national library card, or we can issue a library card (bring a photo ID). If you do not bring your library card, you need to show another type of photo ID.
Students change their address via Studentweb (student.oslomet.no), others have to contact the University Library.
You are personally responsible for the items you borrow and for returning them within the due dates. If you do not return your loans within the due date you will get an overdue fine.
OBS! You will not receive any overdue fines as long as the libraries are closed or have reduced services. Please contact us by e-mail if you have received overdue fines during this period.
The library will send you a reminder one day before the item is due.
Patrons with outstanding fees or overdue loans are not eligible to borrow books or other items from the library. Full access to all library services will be reinstated as soon as the fees are paid in full and the item are returned to the library.
You are responsible for the items you borrow. If the items are not returned after you receive the 3rd notice, you will be liable to pay a fee according to the following rates:
You may also choose to provide the library with a replacement copy of the missing item. If a replacement copy is provided the fee will be waived.
Failure to receive a notice does not cancel obligations to pay fines or fees.
All students must find the books they want to borrow on the shelves. However, you may reserve/order books that are on loan or not available on your campus. The book will then be reserved or ordered from another library, and you will receive a text message or an e-mail when you can collect the book at the University Library.
External users can only reserve items belonging to the University Library, i.e. they cannot order items from other libraries.
If an item is not requested by another user, you can normally renew the same item up to five times.
You can renew your loans by signing in to Oria (oria.no) using your OsloMet username and password (FEIDE). If you do not have FEIDE credentials please contact the library for help. External users and students from other institutions must contact the library to renew their loans.
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 (nettskjema.no).
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 (oria.no)
A guide to the meaning, history, and pronunciation of 600,000 words - past and present - from across the English-speaking world.
Bokmålsordboka og Nynorskordboka (oria.no)
Norwegian dictionaries, free of charge.
The LEXIN dictionaries (lexin.oslomet.no)
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 (archives.nd.edu)
Free of charge.
A dictionary for the Nordic languages.
A dictionary for terminology in higher education.
Store norske leksikon (snl.no)
The largest encyclopedia in Norway, free of charge.
Encyclopedia Britannica (britannica.com)
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.
Open Digital Archive - ODA (oda.oslomet.no) is the digital repository of research conducted at Oslo Metropolitan University. The repository contains a selection of the scientific articles, book chapters, doctoral and master theses produced at OsloMet.
In Fagarkivet (fagarkivet.oslomet.no) you will find reports, curricular learning objects and student theses with grades A-B, produced at Oslo Metropolitan University. NB! There are currently problems with accessing some of the documents in Fagarkivet. We are working on fixing the problem.
In FilMet (film.oslomet.no) (in Norwegian only) you will find most of the films produced by the University Library's AV Services and more.
Skriftserien (skriftserien.oslomet.no) (in Norwegian only)
The University Library offers a publishing solution for Open Access journals published at OsloMet (journals.oslomet.no) .
Bokskapet (bokskapet.oslomet.no) is an online publisher of academic learning material on Open edX. Access is free and open to all under creative commons licensing. Log on using your FEIDE username and password, or create a personal account.
Get help with literature searches, publishing, research dissemination, academic English and Norwegian and more.
Need help writing academic texts or would you like to improve your study skills? The Learning Support Centre (Studieverkstedet) offers advice and counselling.
The University Library supports staff and students with different types of literature searches.
At the IT service desk you can get help with IT programs, network and printer issues and much more. You can also borrow over 40 different types of AV equipment.
At the University Library you can either get help organising events or be part of the audience. Join us for "Lunsjpåfyll"!
The University Library offers various services related to the digitisation of educational resources.