HAN Study Centres are here for you. We’re also known as the library, media library or study centre, but these names all refer to the same thing. This is your way to reliable information!
In HANQuest, you can search a large part of the information resources provided by the Study Centres in one go. Click here for search tips.
Here you'll find databases or websites by title / topic. Click here for a complete list of databases and websites.
Search for a title (or part of a title) in over 100,000 online journals. For online journals by topic, click here.
In the LibGuides, you'll find the manuals for the Information Skills classes and much more. Search using this search bar or click here to go directly to the LibGuides.
The HAN Study Centers are here for you! Our services can help you with your studies and research. From extensive library facilities to online resources. From personal coaching to training to improve your study skills.
Referring to sources can be done in many ways. Within HAN, the use of the American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines is mandatory. How do you refer to a source in your text? And how in the source list? Read detailed information about this way of citing sources here.
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