Literature on the course reading lists is acquired by the library
Course books are acquired as e-books whenever it is possible for the library to do so. The advantages of e-books are that they are accessible outside of campus, and that it is possible for multiple users to read them simultaneously. Unfortunately, it is not possible for the library to acquire e-books from most Swedish publishers, nor the type of e-books that are available to the public.
When a title isn't available as an e-book, a printed copy will be acquired. One copy is placed on the shelves for course books (map opens in a new tab) External link, opens in new window., with a borrowing period of 7 days. We usually also acquire at least one additional copy which can be borrowed for 14 days.
Course literature is acquired in time for the course assuming that the course syllabus reading list is registered in time.
Students with a disability that makes it difficult to read printed text, have the right to access course literature as talking books. Read more about talking books.