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Lund University

Library Guide for Physicists: Teach & Supervise

Library guide for physics students

Contains resources on how to search, academic writing & conduct, critical evaluation, copy right issues, etc.

Course guides

The librarians can help you set up a library
guide tailored for your course.
Library guides are available for the following
courses:

The Feynman Lectures on Physics

Urkund

URKUND is a practical aid in plagiarism control and certifying the authenticity of professional texts.

URKUND automatically checks texts against the Internet, archives and databases and reports any similarities and offers source track-back in an easy to operate analysis.

Follow these steps to start using URKUND:

1. Send an e-mail to support@urkund.com to get an account.

2. You will get a specific URKUND email-address. (name.surname.lu@analys.urkund.se)

3. Give the address to the students whose work you wish to check.

4. The students will post their files to URKUND.

5. You will receive a notification from URKUND to your e-mail of the outcome.

Textbooks for my course

How to handle student papers in LUP as Examinator / Supervisor

Your student have to register and upload his/her thesis in LUP.

It is mandatory for your student register and archive the thesis in fulltext in the LUP Student Papers database.

As teacher/examinator you need to review and approve the registration.

Follow this step-by-step:

1.   You need to register as a teacher in LUP
2.   Your student uploads the thesis
3.   You review and approve the thesis in LUP
4.   Your librarian than makes the thesis registreration public