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Resources for learning

UdL webpage: it is available to the general public; it provides all the information about the university, its faculties and activities at http://www.udl.cat

Intranet: it consists in different spaces accessible only for users who own an assigned username, i.e. anyone belonging to any Unit, Faculty, Department or Government Body of the UdL.

E-mail: all the members of the University of Lleida (students, teachers and staff) have an e-mail account available at http://correu.udl.cat

Virtual Campus (SAKAI platform): the virtual campus is a teaching support tool. It makes part-time class attendance and e-learning possible. It is also a support tool that allows students and teachers to have at their disposal all the information needed for the subject (teaching plans, diaries, announcements, on-line activities and forums, among others).

Nestor Programme: The aim is to support to the student during the process of integral training by means of the academic and professional orientation, because it can take decisions during the university career, like professional future and like citizen. From here you can access Nestor Programme

Library: The University of Lleida has a Library and Documentation Service (SBD) recognised by ANECA since 2003 with a quality certificate. http://www.bib.udl.catSBD offers a wide range of services accessible through the Library website.

  • Purchase.
  • Training.
  • Laptops and USB sticks borrowing.
  • Book borrowing.
  • Obtaining documents (SOD in Catalan).
  • Bibliographic information.
  • Informative leaflets.
  • Refworks (an online bibliography management tool).

Digital library: The University of Lleida offers a range of documents that can be browsed on line:

  • Electronic files (dossier-e): it is a set of digitalized materials that aim to complement education, teaching and research.
  • E-books.
  • Electronic magazines browser.
  • Electronic dictionaries.
  • Electronic encyclopaedias .
  • Databases.
  • PhD dissertations.
  • Thematic guides.
  • Virtual libraries.
  • Press.
  • Official newspapers.
  • Digital documents archive.

The Faculty of Law and Economics is placed on Campus Cappont. Its building has four floors, one for each department: Applied Economics, Business Administration and Economic Management of Natural Resources, Public Law and Private Law.

These departments count on 14 seminar rooms that enable dividing big groups of students into smaller ones. Besides, there are two other meeting rooms: a conference room and the a meeting room at the Dean’s Offices.

Computer rooms: There are four computer rooms for lectures, three in this faculty and another one in the Polivalent Building. All computer rooms have permanent access to a digital projector that receives a signal from the computer and display images in a larger screen. At specific hours, students can be assisted by support staff (grant holders) inside computer rooms.

  • ARANZADI room (0.37): this room accommodates 25 people.
  • Computer room (0.38): this room accommodates 25 people.
  • BORSA room (1.29): this room accommodates 16 people.

Lecture classrooms at the Faculty of Law and Economics (FDE)

POLIVALENT BuildingCapacityFDE BuildingCapacityFDE BuildingCapacity
2.02  50  -1.02 143 1.34  24
2.08  50  -1.03  138  2.32  16
3.01  155  -1.04  131  2.35  24
3.02  155  0.31  29  3.35  24
3.03  44  0.34  30  0.37 Aranzadi  25
3.04  48  0.35  112  0.38 Computer Room  25
 1.01 Computer Room  31  0.36  112  1.29 Borsa  16

 

Most rooms are equipped with permanent computers, megaphone, sound system with amplifiers and loudspeakers, together with a permanent digital projector and a large screen.

Connection points to the UdL network are placed in every room. Moreover, Wi-Fi connection is available in all common areas and computer rooms. In the near future, the UdL pretends to extend it to all spaces and buildings.

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