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Teaching – Department of Economic history

Academic skills services – ASKS

Academic Skills Services (ASKS) provides free and confidential learning support, in English, for all students at LUSEM. Please encourage your students to join the Canvas resource.

On ASKS you can also find LUSEM's Harvard system referencing style guide.

Academic Skills Services – LUSEM

LUSEM's Harvard system referencing style guide (PDF, 4.4 MB) Behöver 


AI in education

The department has a policy on use of AI in education. The purpose is to provide guidelines for teaching staff at the Department of Informatics regarding examination in a time of easy access to AI-based tools. The policy provides guidelines on informing students about AI-based tools and on the use and integration of AI-based tools into teaching.

Department of Economic History’s Policy on use of Artificial Intelligence-based Tools in Education [EH1] 

Course guide

We have a course guide listing fundamental information for teachers regarding the role of the course convener, course hours and budget, setting schedules and literature, Canvas, examination, evaluation, and syllabus. Please find the course guide here.


Fair examination

UKÄ's guidelines to fair examination covers everything from areas of responsibility to grading rules. It is an important document for teachers. Below, you can find the full guideline in Swedish and a short summery in English.

UKÄ Guidelines to fair examination - English summary (PDF, 58 kB)

UKÄ Rättssäker examination (PDF, 560 kB)


Pedagogical Courses

Teaching expertise is a requirement for appointment to a permanent teaching position at Lund University. Teaching expertise is based on a minimum of five weeks of training in teaching and learning in higher education (or equivalent qualifications).

Lund University School of Economics and Management is responsible for the training in teaching and learning in higher education. University-wide courses are provided by the Division for Higher Education Development. Courses that are faculty specific are provided by the faculties themselves, often in collaboration with the Division for Higher Education Development. Read more about training in teaching and learning in higher education on the Division for Higher Education Development´s website:

If you are interested in taking pedagogical courses, please contact the Director of Studies Tobias Axelsson.


Student's rights and responsibilities

The list of rights for students at Lund University details rights and obligations relating to admission requirements and selection, the study environment, syllabi and timetables, tests and examinations, degree projects and course evaluations.

List of student rights - English (PDF, 3.2 MB)


Contact information to Tobias and Håkan to the right.

Time edit link to the right to search for course schedules.

 [EH1]Fråga Tobias efter dokument.



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