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Cookies at bib.ucl.dk


What are Cookies? 
A cookie is a text file put on your computer to monitor the use of our website and gather information on which browser, system, and screen resolution is used when accessing our website. This is to improve your experience and develop new services.
When you log in to our website to check your status, renew loans etc. a so-called session cookies is used. This cookie will disappear when you log out.

Reject or delete cookies 
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing your settings in your browser. Be advised, if you choose this option, you will not be able to use the website services that require the website to remember your choices.
All browsers allow singly or multiple deleting of cookies. How you delete, depends on the browser you use.

Google Analytics 
We use Google Analytics to get statistics on the use of our website and we keep information on the number of visits on the website, average time spent on browsing the website and clicks to subsites.
Read more about Google Analytics use of cookies.

You can reject the use of cookies from Google Analytics here.

Privacy policy and cookies  
All personal information obtained by UCL Library, through your use of our website (e.g. your name etc. when you reserve a book) is strictly confidential. This means the data is kept unavailable to unauthorized persons and will not be shared with third parties.

Why information on cookies?  
By law, all Danish websites are required to announce their use of cookies. This is to help the user of a website to make an informed decision whether to continue using the website or possibly reject the use of cookies.