February 15 will see the launch of a redesigned Libsearch. The design will be both simpler and smarter but all the familiar functions will be retained, which means that you will still be able to search for books and articles, pay fines, and renew loans.
A print copy of the most recent issue of The Economist has always been available from CBS Library, but from now on it will much easier to stay abreast of world events as we have decided to take a subscription for the world-renowned magazine. If you are on campus simply go to economist.com, off-campus users need to sign in via the databases section on the library website.
CBS Library now provides online access to the Danish newspapers Jyllands-posten and Politiken. You can read the articles directly on the newspapers' own websites without limitation in the number of articles viewable. Access is for CBS students and employees. You are logged in if you are on campus, otherwise go through "databases" to log in.
The CBS subscription to RefWorks will expire 31 December 2017. If you use RefWorks and also plan to use a reference tool in the future, we recommend that you switch to Mendeley and move your references from RefWorks into Mendeley.
3 weeks ago CBS Library promised an iPad Pro to a CBS student who would spend 5-10 minutes on a plagiarism survey. The Winner has now been found and we thank you all for the overwhelming participation. But perhaps you are still not sure what plagiarism is and how to avoid it?