About Nordic iLibrary The Nordic co-operation is one of the worldâ€™s most extensive forms of regional collaboration, involving Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Ă…land. Nordic publications play a key role as the outcome of the many projects and activities fostered and financed by the Nordic co-operation. Being primarily research-based analyses the publications form the basis for political decisions in the Nordic co-operation. Every year around 100 new Nordic titles are published, approximately 65% of which are in English. They cover all the subjects that are part of the Nordic co-operation with particular focus on environmental studies, green growth, education, sustainable development, health and social welfare. Nordic iLibrary has been developed in partnership with OECD Publishing as part of the iLibrary Partnership. Discover more at...
Browse drop-down menus from the blue navigation bar: • • • • •
Theme Country Combination of Theme & Country Catalogue -- type of content (i.e. books, papers or statistics) Statistics (See more on pages 10 & 11)
Search* by keyword, ISBN/ISSN/DOI, table of contents, title and country using the search bar at the top of the page.
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Enter one or more search terms into the option fields and use AND/OR/NOT to link the fields appropriately. If desired, narrow the search further using criteria such as: • • • • •
Date Language(s) Content Type(s) Theme/Country Sort Order (e.g. Newest First, Oldest First and Relevance)
Search Results Sort search results:
To change the order of the search results click the relevant column heading to sort by relevance, newest or oldest first
Click on the caret to display short descriptions of the search results, or on ‘Less’ to hide it
Search across ‘IGO Collection’
Choose file format to view/download
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To add content to ‘My Favorites’, click on the green star icon. You can print, email or download your favorite items by clicking the ‘My Favorites’ tab at the top of any page. Your favorites stay in your list for the duration of your browser session. If you have a personal profile, the items in your ‘My favorites’ list will be saved for later.
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Click on ‘Less’ or ‘More’ to see summaries of the series, title or chapter
Click to access the entire publication in the formats available. In this example, the options are PDF and READ.
Content is segmented at a granular level, for example, you can choose to access only the summary of this publication in both PDF and READ formats.
Use the options on the right side to: • •
‘Buy This Book’ from the Nordic Council of Ministers’ site ‘Cite This Publication’: A pop-up window will appear to display the recommended form of citation. You can also download the citation data for a variety of bibliographic reference tools.
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Search Statistics: â€˘ This search only provides results for statistical content via keyword or country. The results will appear in the same format as shown on page 7, with options to narrow results presented in the panel on the left. Indicators: â€˘ Select an indicator from the scrolling list to access the content page for that indicator group (see more on pages 12 & 13)
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After selecting ‘Culture’ from the scrolling menu of Indicators on page 11, all indicators in that group will appear in a list below the summary. From this list select the blue title of the indicator you wish to access. After selecting ‘Visits to museums’ from the list of indicators within the group, ‘Culture’ a summary appears with interactive data visualisations below. These can be viewed as charts or tables. The data can also be shared or downloaded from this navigation bar. The indicator can be cited or shared via email using the buttons on the top right of the page.
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