Study skills support
The NTNU University Library offers help to students in many different areas:
- Practical information on how to use library services on Innsida
- Visit the library's subject pages and blogs for news and updated information within your subject area.
External users that are not associated with the university can also borrow from our collections.
Get help with your academic writing from the University Library is an online knowledge resource developed at the library, which provide tips and advice when it comes to literature searches and writing thesis for bachelor and master students.
For PhD candidates, the library recommends the online resource PhD On Track.
The library offers a range of useful training courses focusing on literature searches, how to use sources and how to use reference management software. Many of the courses are designed for specific areas of study or a specific subject and can be integrated as part of the regular course teaching.
Guidance and help
Do you need help to search for literature? Do you have questions about how to use reference management tools or questions about copyright? The library offers 1-to-1 support to help you find information and literature within your field.
E-books and digital syllabus
Did you know that the library holds 950 000 e-books and 16 000 e-journal subscriptions?
- See how you can use e-books from the library
Rooms and equipment
You can find several hundred student work stations in the library. Most of the work stations have power outlets so that you can use your personal laptop.