At the AU Library, Bartholins Allé we are three liaison librarians, delivering library services specifically for students and staff at the Department of Political Science.
Below you can see what types of services we can help you with as liaison librarians. You can get a full overview of the AU Library services at the library's website library.au.dk
Our subject guide for Political Science contains information and links to valid sources within the field. The selected content is based on the enquiries we receive from students and staff. The page is an attempt to help the students get an overview of the most widely used resources. Please contact Mette with suggestions for changes to the page.
Every year, in collaboration with the director of studies, we plan which courses we offer to the students during their studies in Political Science.
However, we also have the opportunity to do a specific course for your class or seminar. Feel free to contact us if you want us to teach specifically within your subject or seminar.
If you are in the process of doing a literature search for a project or a review article, we are happy to help you. We advise on which bases are suitable for the subject, how you can design a good search string, etc.
Contact us or see more at AU Library - Systematic literature searches.
We go through the syllabus for each course sent to us by the person responsible for syllabuses at the department. We check the literature in relation to agreements with Copydan as well as licensing contracts with Danish and international publishers. We check that access to electronic resources works. Relevant books from the syllabus are purchased in either printed form or as e-books to the library at Bartholins Allé.
See more at AU Library - Semester literature when you are teaching.
Previous exam sets during the bachelor's degree programme in Political Science are scanned and posted on Brightspace, so the students can access them when they need to prepare for the exam in the individual courses. There are exam sets for the past five years.
Please contact Mette if you have any questions or see more at AU Library - Previous BA-exam sets.
Do you need to analyse large amounts of text or bibliographical data?
We can help you find the tools and advise on, what you are allowed to do in the licensed resources. Contact Kirsten for more information.
A researcher-ID is a unique, permanent identification number that identifies you as a researcher and ensures the correct affiliation of your publications, activities and grants. Kirsten or Steffen can help you if you have any questions or problems with your researcher ID, e.g. in connection with ORCID iD, which AU recommends that the researchers have. See also AU Library - Researcher ID.