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When a screen lock is in force, you must specify your password or code to log in again when the unit has been standing idle. Using a screen lock is an effective way to maintain high digital security at the university.
What is Plan S and how does it affect LiU? Johanna Nählinder, research support coordinator at the University Library, will provide information about the ongoing work in open access publishing, in a seminar on 14 February.
Universities have a responsibility to disseminate the research results that they produce, but resources for this are sometimes limited. LiU is opening a new call for applications in the VFN programme, which offers financing for the dissemination of research.
Welcome to an open seminar on Brexit effects on the labour market and free movement on 13 February. Register now!
The construction workers who started the refurbishment of Ryds Herrgård in the middle of October have uncovered several surprises. Fifty years of student life have left their mark on the building.
What requirements do companies and organisations have for expertise development within AI? How should such education be designed? Commissioned Education at LiU has held a one-day workshop on artificial intelligence.
Have you lost something? Are you wondering whether it has been handed in to a LiU Lost and Found office? Now you can check online whether it is there.
The parking tickets that can be used for service-related car journeys to Norrköping are only valid in the car park at Täppan, not in the Spetsen parking garage. If you park in the latter, you must buy a ticket from the machine.
The incident response team (IRT) at LiU has become aware that the passwords for 159 LiU accounts are included in a list of known passwords. The accounts involved will be closed on 24 January.
Vice-Chancellor Helen Dannetun has nominated Margareta Bachrack Lindström, pro-dean at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, as deputy vice-chancellor after Roger Klinth. The formal decision will be taken by the University Board on 13 February.
This is the sight that greeted folk on Corson a few weeks ago: a pizza company had blitzed the place with advertising signs in the ground and stuck to the lamp-posts. But is anyone allowed to advertise on campus, however they choose?
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Last updated: Tue Dec 05 19:07:45 CET 2017