Library

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact librarian Marianne Lund or come by the library. Take a look at the frequently asked questions. Maybe they will give you your answer. 

Information about writing assignments.

Facts

Library opening hours:

Monday-Thursday: 9:00-15:00

Friday: 10:00-15:00

Databases

You can access the databases from campus and home. How to is explained at FAQ.

IBA Library Catalogue 

IBAse

Search for books, magazines, main theses etc. from the IBA library. If you log in on the front page with your CPR number, you can make reservations and renew your books.

Free access (access to main theses in full text: use Blackboard login)

Access to IBAse.

Articles

EBSCO – Business Source Complete

Articles from more than 3800 business-related journals – most of them in full text. Provides detailed company information for the world’s largest companies.

Campus + remote access.

Access to EBSCO.

Infomedia – articles from Danish newspapers and magazines

Danish news media, including national, regional, and local newspapers, magazines, trade journals, news agencies, and web sources. Only in Danish.

Campus + remote access

Access to Infomedia.

Industries, companies and countries

Passport GMID - Euromonitor

Market, lifestyle and retailing reports by country, trend reports and statistics on markets, countries and consumers. Focus on the B2C market.

Campus + remote access.

Access to Passport GMID.

Marketline

Reports on industries and markets, countries (PEST) and companies. Covers B2C and B2B markets.

Campus + remote access.

Access to Marketline.

OECD iLibrary

Reports, yearbooks and statistical databases on issues such as economics, education, health, energy, employment, transport, agriculture, taxation etc.

Campus + remote access

Access to OECD iLibrary.

Orbis – companies from all countries, including Denmark

Company database comprising key information on millions of companies worldwide, including Danish companies. It is possible to make industry and company analysis - using the ’peer analysis’ or other tools.
You can ”Try new Orbis” - a new and more intuitive version of Orbis - by clicking at the link in the blue bar at the top of the page.

Watch these videos from University of Southern Denmark about using Orbis:

Campus + remote access

Access to Orbis.

Virk Data / CVR – the central business register of Denmark

Data concerning businesses, persons, public companies and institutions, regardless of economic and organizational structure. CVR covers both the public and private sectors. Here you find annual reports (free) and other “official” information. In Danish. Help available in English.

 
The Danish Trade Council - the governmental export organisation

Information on markets by The Danish Trade Council. Access to information about 60 primary export markets. Access to industry (sectorial) analyses and news. Mostly in Danish, but also some information in English.

Free access (you might need to register in order to download for free).

Access to The Danish Trade Council.

Statistics

Statistics Denmark

The official statistical bureau of Denmark. The English version is not as complete as the Danish version. In StatBank Denmark, you can create your own statistics.

Free access.

Access to Statistics Denmark.

International statistics

Collection of links to international statistics. Links to international organisations and national statistical offices from all over the world. Also links to different subjects. The page is in Danish, but the links are in English.

Free access.

Access to International statistics.

OECD iLibrary

Reports, yearbooks and statistical databases on issues such as economics, education, health, energy, employment, transport, agriculture, taxation etc.

Campus + remote access.

Access to OECD iLibrary.

OECD Factbook

A wide range of key statistics for OECD’s member countries and major additional countries is available in this annual title.

Free access.

Access to OECD Factbook.

Dictionaries and e-books

Gyldendals Røde Ordbøger

Online dictionaries from/to Danish – English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Latin.

Campus + remote access.

Access to Gyldendals Røde Ordbøger.

Bookboon.com – free e-books and textbooks

Free online textbooks at a basic level for business students.

Access to Bookboon.com.

Other Danish libraries

Bibliotek.dk – Danish national library catalogue

A common library catalogue containing more than 13 million titles from research and public libraries in Denmark.
Search for books, journals, articles etc. If you order online, choose your public library or “Erhvervsakademi Kolding” as your pick-up library.

Note that you cannot access other libraries' collections of e-books or online articles, even though you're able to view the titles in bibliotek.dk. You need to be a registered user of the library in question.

Free access.

Access to Bibliotek.dk.

Kolding Libraries

Library catalogue from the Kolding Libraries. Find information about the library in English.

The library provides access to a number of databases.

You have to be a citizen of Kolding Municipality and a registered library user in order to use the databases. The same applies, if you want to use them from home.

It is free of charge to borrow items at all Danish public libraries.
Links to Danish University Libraries - Business

University of Southern Denmark – Odense, Kolding etc.

The ASB Library - Aarhus

The CBS Library - Copenhagen

Partner School Libraries

Coventry University

‘Locate’ is the online library catalogue of Lanchester Library, the Coventry University Library.

Free access for searching + password.

Logins are provided for students at IBA Erhvervsakademi Kolding, who are following a programme from Coventry University, giving access to most of the online resources, articles and e-books.

List for the coventry University Partner access to e-resources. 

Access to Coventry University.

London South Bank University - LSBU

Library catalogue from London South Bank University.

Password required.

Logins are provided for students at IBA Erhvervsakademi Kolding, who are following a programme from London South Bank University, giving access to most of the online resources, articles and e-books.

Access to London South Bank University.

Contact

  • Marianne Lund
    Marianne Lund
    Librarian
  • Line Lønstrup Andersen
    Line Lønstrup Andersen
    Student Assistant