The University Library - an educational resource

Here you will find all you need to know about the University Library’s services to help you in your teaching.

Teaching staff may book teaching sessions with the faculty subject librarians and the Academic Support Centre staff. Teaching about information searching and academic writing is offered in connection with independent work on various levels. The Academic Support Centre also offers teaching sessions about study skills at the beginning of academic programs. All teaching is free of charge.

Contact your subject librarian or the Academic Support Centre to agree on suitable content and the teaching method.

More about the teaching offered by the University Library.

Use of information resources during courses

You are welcome to use our information resources in your courses. You can link directly to databases, articles, videos and learning objects from the course homepage or the online learning platform, but make sure that you are familiar with copyright regulations and how links must be constructed to function outside of campus.

Course compendium regulations

Linking to databases, articles and e-books

Digital learning resources

The University Library is pleased to cooperate with teaching staff on the development of digital learning resources for specific lines of education. Digital learning resources

Avoiding plagiarism

Students need to understand why plagiarism is taken seriously in the academic world and how to best avoid both intentional and unintentional plagiarism.

Avoiding plagiarism