- The desks are reserved only for persons that have a direct need of the books and journals available at the RWI Library or are studying at the Master Programme in International Human Rights Law. To clarify: YOU CANNOT USE A DESK FOR OTHER STUDIES!!
- If you have brought a laptop, please choose a desk without a stationary computer.
- Do never leave your belongings unattended, since thieves have been known to frequent the Library.
- The computers are being updated on regular basis from Lund Computer Centre (LDC) and that is always done on Saturdays at 18.00. If you are working on the computers on a Saturday at 18.00 save your files!
- Books are not supposed to be left on the desks. You have to place them yourself on the trolley reserved for that purpose.
- Never leave course literature on the desks. Someone else might need it!
- When you are writing your master thesis, you are allowed to reserve five books. Place these books on the reserved shelves with the back visible. Place a sign with your full name. Please take into account that other persons might have a need for the books and therefore you are urged to put them back for inclusion in the general collection as soon as possible.
- If you wish to use the Library after closing hours, please contact the librarians. No one except students attending the International Human Rights Law program can use the Library after closing hours.
- To charge money to your account for printing and copying go to lu.pcounterwebpay.com
- Master students writing their thesis- special arrangement
Master students writing their master thesis are allowed to have five books reserved at the same time. The reserved books have to be placed under the surname on the shelf called ‘Reserved Books’, (which can be found close to the UN shelf), together with the required reserved books form, which can be found on the shelf. Please see the instructions in the Library.
Please note: Books that are not placed on the ‘Reserved Books’ will be put back on its original place.