Toolbox for libraries and librarians, mainly in the Nordic countries. Key information to relay to your local African studies students and researchers - and to include in your online subject guides.
For general (and detailed) info, browse and explore the rest of our website.
- Nordic Africa Institute Library flyer (in English) — Pdf, 0.5 MB
- Nordic Africa Institute Library flyer (in Swedish) — Pdf, 0.5 MB
- Studying Africa : a guide to the sources — entire book or indvidual chapters
- Flyer in Finnish and English: Mitä Pohjoismaisen Afrikka-instituutin kirjasto voi tarjota sinulle? [What can the Nordic Africa Institute Library do for you?] — Pdf, 84 KB
A selection of services we want to bring out to you specifically.
Remote access to licensed databases
Students and researchers at Nordic educational institutions can have remote access ("off campus access") to a few of our Africa specific, licensed resources normally available only here at NAI. More info and application form
We can help you or your patrons with Africa-specific questions, at least pointing you in the right direction. Ask the library
Interlibrary loans (ILL)
We're included in Bibliotek.dk (DK) and Libris (SE) and preferably see you ordering through them. If this is not possible for you, e-mail is fine too. We are currently working on being included in Biblioteksøk (NO) as well.
Text snippets you may use
Feel free to copy texts below for reuse on library websites, subject guides etc.
African studies databases (incl. off campus access)
Nordic Africa Institute library offers remote access to a few of their licensed resources: Africa-Wide Information, African Writers Series, EiU Country Reports (Africa), SA Media, Struggles for Freedom: Southern Africa (Aluka). Available for students and researchers at Nordic educational institutions: http://www.nai.uu.se/library/service/distanceusers/remote-access/.
Also see their other resources which of several are freely accessible: http://www.nai.uu.se/library/
Search tool focused on African studies, mainly within social sciences. Includes the Nordic Africa Institute library catalogue, articles, journals, full texts and more. http://africalitplus.nai.uu.se
A Guide to Africa on the Internet
Free, research-oriented online resources selected by the NAI library.