Aalborg University Library

Aalborg University Library (Danish acronym: AUB) is a public library. Its principal task is to support students and researchers at Aalborg University. The library has a large and varied collection of materials covering most subjects – although all subjects are not covered at the highest level.

The library's acquisition of books, journals and other materials reflects research and teaching at Aalborg University. In 2009 Aalborg University's collection contained close to 710,000 units. The library buys approx. 14,000 new books annually, and most of them are available for loan. Through national licenses, the library gives access to more than 27,000 electronic journals in full text.
In recent years, the library's collection of e-books has greatly expanded. In 2009, the library gave access to approx. 160.000 titles.

Also the library subscribes to a vast amount of databases, Danish and foreign newspapers and more than 2000 online reference works. Most of these are accessible from campus computers and many are also accessible via the library’s remote access system. Read more about remote access to electronic resources.

All material in the library's collection may be searched in the library's online catalogue Auboline.

Aalborg University Library offers library courses to students and researchers at Aalborg University on a regular basis. The courses are designed to match department study programmes or researchers subjects of research.
Departments as well as individual students and researcher are always welcome make requests for courses on study method and/or information seeking.

The main library is located at Langagervej 2 close to the main university campus.. In addition, there are a number of branch libraries located in Aalborg, Esbjerg and Copenhagen. Read more about the branch libraries.