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Newspapers

If you are looking for a specific newspaper, you can search the library's database Primo and see if it is available.

Danish newspapers

The library has online subscriptions to all Danish newspapers, as well as hundreds of Danish journals, via the Infomedia database. Infomedia is the largest Danish article database containing over 50 million articles. Newspapers are registered from 1985 and onwards.

In addition, staff and students at AAU have direct access to Børsen and Jyllandsposten via the university's remote access control.

Furthermore, the library receives printed copies of certain major daily Danish newspapers. These are stored at the main library at Langagervej 2 for three months. In the basement, it is possible to read older newspapers on micro film. Some of them date as far back as the 1880s!
 

Foreign newspapers

The university library gives access to the LexisNexis database that give quick and easy access to articles in over 2500 foreign newspapers, as well as to a vast number of other news sources and sources of legal information.

Furthermore, a selection of foreign newspapers and newspaper archives are accessible via the following databases: Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, EbscoHost, Regional Business News, Westlaw and Proquest.

Infomedia and LexisNexis are the most comprehensive - but not the only - databases containing Danish and foreign news.
 

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