Library Services for PhD Students – University of Copenhagen

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08 January 2017

Library services for PhD students at Frederiksberg Campus

Introduction to new employees:

Are you a newly appointed researcher or PhD student at the University of Copenhagen? If so, you are entitled to a visit from the library at your office!

The free visit will not take up much of your time, but can be a valuable personal introduction to the University Library, including

  • introduction to the library's information services and databases within your field of research
  • help to register at the library with a profile that ensures you have remote access to the library's e-resources as well as the extended service, where printed material is delivered to you
  • introduction to the personal service provided by the library 

In order to receive a visit from the University Library, you fill in the form at the above link. You will then be contacted in order to make an appointment. You are also welcome to send us an email:

Book an information specialist:  

The library offers researchers, lecturers and PhD students individual guidance in literature search of approximately one hour's duration. The offer also applies to smaller groups.

Based on your subject we will go through search techniques, relevant databases and other information resources and we can provide a brief introduction to a reference management program.

Courses in literature searching and reference managementing

If you are a group of at least 5 students, we can arrange extra courses in literature searching and Refworks. You can customize these courses as you like. Please send an e-mail to:

Registration of publications in CURIS, bibliometics, publication, ORCID, ResearcherID

SCIENCE Research Documentation has responsibility for the registration of publications in CURIS. We assist faculty, departments and centres on subjects such as publishing, eg. choice of journal, Open Access and the national bibliometric research indicator (BFI). We conduct bibliometric analyses for SCIENCE faculty, departments and centres. All SCIENCE researchers have to have researcher ID’s ORCID and ResearcherID and SCIENCE Research Documentation can assist with that.

Get more information on our webpage (mostly in Danish) and contact us if you need assistance and courses: