All teaching staff at Lund University may copy and share written copyrighted material within the framework of Lund University’s agreement with Bonus Copyright Access.
If you wish to copy and share more than what the agreement allows, permission must be given by the copyright holder(s) of the material, such as the publisher, author, translator or illustrator. The HT-libraries provide assistance in the application process, which means that we can apply for the permission that you need. Please see more information about our routines below. If you wish to apply for a permission yourself, feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the process.
The library offers assistance to teachers who would like to find alternative course material that does not require copying permissions. Teachers who would like assistance with finding potential digital versions, other editions, or alternative course material that does not require copying permissions, are welcome to contact their subject librarian. This is part of the libraries’ ordinary services. We are also happy to answer questions concerning the HEI agreement.
This applies to teaching staff at the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology
It is important that permissions are sought and acquired for copyrighted materials that are not covered by the HEI agreement. Failure to comply with copyright regulations may incur compensation fees. Please note that the library only assists in applying for copying permissions, the respective teacher and institution are responsible for copying and circulating/selling the material.
If you want the library to apply for the permission, please note that applications for the following term must be sent in by the 10th of June and the 10th of December respectively (the same dates that the course literature list must be handed in to the library).