Answer: Yes, as far as possible. The Vice-Chancellor of Dalarna University has given the Director of Student Affairs the authority to make decisions that diverge from these recommendations.
When it comes to examinations, such authority has already been assigned and this has now been extended to include exemptions relating to teaching. With questions about this, each faculty director (avdelningschef) talks with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Education. Questions about exemptions should be sent to email@example.com.
Answer: Yes, there is a continuity plan in place. If the plan needs to be implemented, then this will be done with the relevant parts of the organisation.
Vildgåsen restaurant will remain closed until further notice.
Kafé Meli in the library is open.
Lugnetkyrkan restaurant (beside campus) is open for lunch.
Lionheart Café in the Media Building is open.
Answer: Up to August 31 2021 the library is closed to the public. The library is only open to students and staff with key cards. Please study at home if you can and contact us primarily by phone (Borlänge: 023 - 77 81 90, Falun: 023 - 77 81 80) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you still visit the library remember to keep your distance from others.
See opening hours on the library's homepage.
Answer: The rooms are open as usual, but with a limited number of seating. But remember to keep your distance from others.
Answer: Up to August 31 2021 the library is closed to the public. The library is only open to students and staff with key cards.Follow the restrictions that exist and especially think about keeping your distance from others.
Answer: You can book assistance by submitting the form Book an appointmant with a librarian. All tutorials and teaching are now web-based.
Answer: You can access many full text articles by searching under the headings Summon, Periodicals and Databases in the search box on the homepage of the library. The library has many e-books. These you can find in Summon, and if you are a student or staff member, you can read these from home.
Answer: If you are a Dalarna University student or staff member resident in Sweden you may request that books will be sent to your home address.
If you are not a student at the University you can currently also have books sent home due to the library's premises being closed to external borrowers until 31 August. However you must already have a library card.
To request that a book be sent to your home address, you can reserve it in Summon and choose “Home delivery”.
You are required to pay the cost of return postage.
Answer: Students and staff at Dalarna University can order books and articles from other libraries. These so-called interlibrary loans are primarily collected at the library but can be sent home if necessary.
If you are a student at another university, you can not order interlibrary loans through us but may instead contact the library at your university. Members of the public should contact their nearest local library to arrange an interlibrary loan.
Answer: You can return books in the book drop outside the entrance of the library in Falun. In Borlänge, there is a book drop outside the main entrance to the university.
If you do not want to come to the library to return your books, you can simply send them to us.