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Health promotion and global development

Literature- and information resources for health promotion and global development

Welcome to the library's subject page for health promotion and global development!

This page contains resources and guidance relevant for health promotion and global development. Don’t hesitate to email us if you have questions, or contact the subject specialist directly (contact details at the bottom of this page).

The University Library is open (check opening times here). You can find coronavirus advice and routines for students here.

Finding books on the shelf

To find physical and electronic books you can search for the title in Oria. You find the shelf placement for physical books under "Get it" where it says "Location". 

Required reading list / curriculum literature
All literature from the required reading lists are available at the Library. We have at least one copy for borrowing and another copy for use in the Library only.

Book suggestions
If there are scholarly books you would like to see at the library, send us a purchasing suggestion!

E-books

Some of the University Library’s books are only available in digital format. There are different ways to find e-books.

By searching in Oria you will find most of the e-books we have access to. We still advice you to search directly in the e-book databases. Then your search words will be matched to fulltext (unless you choose to limit the search to «title», for instance). This will give you better chances of catching relevant literature where the title of the book does not reflect the topic you are searching for.

ProQuest Ebook Central
Here we have access to books from many publishers. Usually you can download or print a percentage of pages of each book. With some titles you can download the full book for a 14-day loan onto your computer or e-reader for offline reading. If you create your own account at Ebrary it will give you access to more functions.

PsycBOOKS
These are books published by the American Psychological Association. This database also has a large number of older, classic titles where the copyright has expired.

Springer
This is a database with both books and journals from Springer. Sorting options, such as Chapters you will find in the left margin of the results list. Most of the journals from Springer will be indexed in large index-databases, such as PsycINFO, Web of Science and MedLine.

Frequently asked questions about the use of e-books.

Access from home

As long as you search with Oria or search for UiB resources through the University Library homepage, you will be presented with a "log on"-window when trying to access resources that are payed for by UiB. Use your Mitt UiB log on username/password.More information on working from home is found here.

APA 6th /APA 7th

APA publication standard is one of many standards / formats for academic literature. The style includes norms for how a text should be structured, levels of headings, language style, rules for citing, and formats for citing various sources.

In autumn 2019 the updated version, APA 7th edition, was published. During the transitional period from APA 7th, APA 6th will probably be used or acceptable in many contexts. If you are a student, contact your supervisor/lecturer if unsure what you should use for your written assignments.

Help with APA-style:

  • The library has several copies of both the APA 6th and the APA 7th manuals that can be borrowed/used in the library.
  • APA has its own help pages and blog for APA 7th. The APA 6th blog is accessible but will not be updated after August 2020.

EndNote  

The newest EndNote version is X9 (released autumn 2018). If you wish to upgrade from X8 to X9, remember to unistall X8 before installing X9. EndNote libraries created with X8 will function equally well with X9.

Download EndNote from here

What is EndNote Online?

EndNote Online (also called Endnote Web) is a "light version" of the EndNote desktop programme. (EndNote desktop requires downloaded software, X8 or X9). Usually, when one refers to EndNote, it is the desktop version that is meant. "Online" or "web" is added to the name if one refers to the web-based version.

Sharing an EndNote library (EndNote Desktop)

Sharing an EN-library requires that all collaborating persons use the version X7.2 or newer. It also requires using word processing software that is made for interacting with EndNote. Word will function across PC/ Mac collaboration. If all parties use PC, Open Office Writer will function fine, and so will Pages in a collaboration where everybody uses Mac. Instructions on how to share an EN-library is found here.

EndNote guidance: