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The repository contains scientific works created at the university, including Master's theses, Doctoral theses, articles and other Open Access works such as research reports, working papers and conference proceedings. Subject areas cover a range of academic interests, including Humanities, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, Psychology and Medicine and Dentistry. 

 
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BIBSYS Brage contains open access material from more than 50 higher education and research institutions in Norway. Brage consists of research-papers, masters theses and reports from the main universities and colleges in Norway. The documents are Open Access and freely available to the public. 

 
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This collection contains the research publications and student theses found on the DiVA portal, hosted at the Uppsala University Library. DiVA is the centralized archive of a group of 30 Scandinavian universities. Materials include theses, dissertations, and other academic publications.

 
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NORA aggregates scholarly content from over 50 Norwegian archives. It is a collaboration between the university libraries at the University of Bergen, NTNU, University of Troms? with funding from the Norwegian Digital Library.

 
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Wikibooks is a collection of open-content textbooks that anyone can edit and which can be used in a traditional classroom, an accredited or respected institution, a home-school environment, as part of a Wikiversity course or for self-learning.