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      Copyright

      Copying, using and sharing e.g. texts and images is controlled by the Swedish Copyright Act and the agreement entered into between the University and Bonus Copyright Access.

      The Higher Education Institutions (HEI) Agreement

      The agreement between the University of Skövde and Bonus Copyright Access (external link) governs opportunities for copying and sharing teaching materials.

      The agreement applies to both teaching staff and students. Issues dealt with by the agreement include how much of a publication can be copied and how copies can be used and distributed.

      Specific subscriptions such as the University’s journal subscriptions are not covered by the agreement.

      Guide to Reproduction

      The Guide to Reproduction at Higher Education Institutions (pdf) provides an overview of the rules.

      A copy of the guide is kept with all printers/copiers at the University. The Bonus Copyright Access website has more detailed information about the copying rules.

      The Swedish Copyright Act

      The Swedish Act on Copyright in Literary and Artistic Works (1960:729) governs the rights of writers, composers, artists and other creators to determine how their artistic and literary works can be used.

      According to § 12 of the act, one or a few copies of an article or other short publication may be made for private use. For a normal sized book, such as a course book, only limited parts of the book may be copied.

      The act does not define what is meant by limited parts. However, this means that only a small part of a work may be copied, and not as much as half or almost half of a work. Making copies for purposes such as one’s own studies and one’s own research counts as private use.

      Avoiding plagiarism

      • Refero is a web-based guide that helps you to understand what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. It has been produced by the libraries at Blekinge Institute of Technology and Linnaeus University.
      • URKUND is a system that the University uses to prevent and detect plagiarism. The Plagiarism Handbook (external link) has been produced to help students.

      Library opening hours and contact

      All Saints Day

      30
      Oct
      2020
      1
      Nov
      2020
      Friday
      08:00-17:00
      Saturday
      Closed
      Sunday
      Closed

      Regular opening hours

      Monday–Thursday
      08:00–20:00
      Friday
      08:00–17:00
      Saturday
      10:00–16:00
      Sunday
      closed
      Published: 2/5/2020
      Edited: 7/21/2020
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