Although former AAU students and staff can no longer access the library's online resources via remote access, there are still a number of services that are availble.
- Stop by the library
You are always welcome to stop by one of our brances and use the facilities.
- Physical collections
In order to use the library's collections, you must register as borrower and get a library card. Either you can register at one of our branches - please remember to bring ID - or you can use the library's online registration form. Alternatively, you can borrow material from Aalborg University Library via your local public library. This is essentially what you do when you use the online service bibliotek.dk.
- AAU research
You can keep track of AAU research via VBN RSS-feeds, or search the database that in many cases contains full text.
- AAU projects
You can still access the Digital Project Library that gives you access to AAU theses in full text.
You can still use RefWorks, if you like. Read more about RefWorks access for Alumni here.
If you set up a MyJSTOR account, you will have access to articles from approx. 1200 journals. Once you have an account, you can add three articles at a time to your shelf and read them online. You can keep each article for two weeks. The service is a trial scheme, and as such certain changes may occur in the process. Read more here.
If you are in need of guidance regarding job hunting or contacting companies, we recommend that you stop by the homepage of AAU Careers Centre. The Careers Center offers guidance and coaching to students and graduates, as well as feedback on applications and CV, courses, information about jobseeker's allowance, unmeployment funds, jobseeking and companies.
AAU has alumni network open for all former students.