Remote access means that you have access to nearly all the the library's electronic journals, e-books, e-reference works and databases from home or when abroad.
Students and staff at the University of Copenhagen, as well as staff at the former H:S and KAS hospitals, are entitled to remote access.
Rules for remote access
Remote access is strictly personal and may only be used for personal study and research.
Commercial use of data, systematic download or print of large amounts of data, as well as systematic storage of large amounts of data is strictly forbidden. It is strctly forbidden to print entire books. It is furthermore forbidden to provide others with your personal user id and password or use remote access in connection with another place of employment. If the library or the data provider discover misuse, remote access will be closed to the user.
All traffic related to remote access is logged both by the data supplier and the library.
Rules for use of electronic resources on the library's PC's and wireless network
- There is free access (no password) to the Internet from the library's PC's and wireless network.
- You need to log on as a registered library user in order to access licensed items.
When you log on at the library, you receive access to general licenses, site specific licenses as well as any licenses you may normally access if you have remote access to additional items as a student or employee at the University of Copenhagen or hospitals in the capital region.
The libraries owned by the University of Copenhagen may have other rules for accessing their PC's. When logged on, the above access rules to licensed items will still apply.