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Assignment is a simple system for administering the electronic submission of student assignments, work etc.

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About Assignment in My space

  • Assignment consists of three different types of folders: The Learning Folder, the Assessment Folder and the Master’s Thesis Folder.

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    • These three types of folder are visually different and they are the only type of assignment folders it is possible to create in the Assignment applet.
    • It is not possible to change the names of the three folder types.
    • It is possible to name any sub-folders that you may create in the ”Learning Folder” and ”Assessment Folder”.
    • The Learning Folder is automaticly added to Assignment. The other two folder types can easily be added.
  • The three types of folder are created by the administrator for a class. Each student is given his/her own Learning Folder, Assessment Folder and/or folder for his/her Master’s Thesis, in which they can upload all types of files.
  • The students can only see their own submitted files in the folders.
  • The administrator for the class can see all the students’ submissions in the three folder types.
  • The administrator can place a time limit on how long the folders are to be open (deadline for submission), and students who have not submitted their assignments can be alerted by email.
  • The teaching staff can comment on submitted assignments/work, either directly in the document or in a separate comments field in the Learning and Assessment Folders.

File sizes:

  • The administrator can upload individual files of up to 100 MB in all the folders.
  • For students the limit is 20 MB in all the folders.

About the Learning Folder

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The Learning Folder is a folder intended for the submission of work on which the students are to receive comments and feedback. This folder is not intended for assignments that have a bearing on the grade for the class. In the Learning Folder, the provisions of the regulations for exams do not, therefore, apply. Note: Assignments submitted in the Learning-folder can NOT be transferred to the electronic examination archive at UiB.

About the Assessment Folder

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Assignments which are submitted in the Assessment Folder should be assignments that have a bearing on the grade for the class. In the Assessment Folder, the provisions of the regulations for exams therefore apply, see Regulations for studies and degrees at the University of Bergen, Chapter 4 Examinations, and any supplementary rules adopted by the faculty. Note: Assignments submitted in the Assessment-folder can be transferred to the electronic examination archive at UiB.

About the Master’s Thesis Folder

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As of august 1 all Master thesis should be submitted electronically (Jfr. UU møte 3.oktober 2006, Sak 45/06 Elektronisk innlevering, arkivering og tilgjengeliggjøring av masteroppgaver ved UiB). Note: The Master’s thesis submitted in the Master’s-thesis-folder can be transferred to the electronic examination archive at UiB.

The Master’s Thesis Folder is a type of Assessment Folder that is only intended for the submission of Master’s theses. Assignments submitted in this folder should be assignments that have a bearing on the grade for a class. In this folder, the provisions of the regulations for exams therefore apply, see Regulations for studies and degrees at the University of Bergen, Chapter 4 Examinations, and any supplementary rules adopted by the faculty.

Students may, when submitting a thesis in the Master’s Folder, choose to make their Master's thesis available and searchable on the web in BORA. More about the advantages of making your master's thesis available, and the conditions under which your Master’s thesis is published.

All electronically submitted Master’s thesis must be in PDF format.

Sub-folders can be created under the Master’s Thesis Folder but only individual folders with the student’s name. This function is offered to the departments at which students themselves choose the submission date. For those that have a common submission date at the department (the Master’s class), it is not necessary to create individual folders per student.

Personal declaration when submitting assignments in My Space and Kark

  • As of from June 13. 2008 15:00, a personal declaration text will appear in the beginning of each submission in My Space and Kark. The students must accept the personal declaration to proceed in the submission prosess.
    • Exeption: The personal declaration text does not appear when it is a group submission in My Space.
  • The Personal declaration is available in both Norwegian and English and is controlled by the students language setting in My Space.
  • Click here for more information about the personal declaration (located in the documentation for the students).

Valid exam registration control

Create the folder types (Learning Folder, Assessment Folder and Master’s Thesis Folder) in a class or a subgroup

Important information: Always create the assignment folders in CLASSES and not in Communities, like for instant a degree program. It is only assignments submitted in Classes (or in class subgroups) that can be transferred automatically to the Exam archive.

  1. If the Assignment applet has not already been created in a class (will be created automatically in all classes at the start of the semester), add the Assignment applet in the class: How to add functions (applets) in classes/communities
  2. Go to the Admin page for the class/subgroup and find the menu "Assignment"
  3. Access the Assignment Folder by clicking "Assignment" in the Assignment applet that has been created, or via the Admin page by clicking on ”Assignment” under the menu "Assignment".
  4. In order to create either a Learning Folder, Assessment Folder or a Master’s Thesis Folder, click on the button "Create New Folder" when in the "Assignment" window.
  5. Repeat the process by accessing "Assignment" and clicking "Create New Folder" again.

Set an opening and closing time for a folder

  1. Check "No" when asked: "Inherit opening dates from [the class name]"
  2. Specify the opening date and time in the field "Open from"
  3. Specify the closing date and time in the field "Closed after" - After this time the students are not able to hand in assignments.

Close a folder

  1. The folder is closed in the time period before the date "Open from" occurs and in the time period after "Closed after" has occurred.
  2. A folder will be closed if you set the date/time for "Open from" = the date/time for "Closed after"
  3. Alternatively you can close a folder by choosing "Folder properties"
  4. Then click once in the box next to "Close the folder"
  5. Click OK
  6. The folder is now closed

Alert time and closing time for folders

  • To ensure a state of readiness at the time of submission deadlines it is recommended that the closing date and time is set between 08:00 and 15:00 on workdays
  • Submission dates set outside workdays between 08:00 and 15:00 are on your own risk. (There is no state of readiness at the IT-department or at the Department of Education outside these hours).

Enable/disable Assignment applet

  • "Assignment (enable | disabled)":
    • Is used to activate/deactivate all the assignment folders (standard/default = disabled).
    • The contents/the folders in "Assignment" is only visible to students when it is enabled.

Administrer Assignment for subgroups

It is possible to do some administration of Assignment in subgroups from the class-level:

Create Assignment for all subgroups

You can create Assignment folders directly in a subgroup, but if you need to do this for several subgroups you can save some time by administrer this from the Class Admin-page.

Step by step:

  • Go to the Admin-page for the class
  • Under "Assignment" choose "Add an Assignment Folder to all subgroups (this may take a while)"

In this page you will get two choices:
1. Add Assignment to all the subgroups in this class

  • This will create and add Assignment (with the Learning folder) in each subgroup.

2. Add folders in Assignment based on individual selection for each subgroup.

  • Choose among options in a table to add Assignment and selected folders in each subgroup
    • the following options are available:
      • Add subgroup (Remember to check wich subgroups to administrer in the box to the left)
      • Activate (make visible)
      • Learning folder
      • Assessment folder
      • Master's thesis folder
      • Group submission
      • Anonymize
    • Note that some combinations are not allowed: The Master's thesis folder can never be anonymized even if you select this in the table.
  • Click "Create" when you are reday to create the folders.
  • After the folders have been added you will get a receipt.
  • To change any settings in the folders at a later time you have to go to the relevant subgroup.

Opening dates for the folders

  • Set opening dates on all Assignment Folders (also for subgroups)

Here, you can stipulate common opening dates which will apply to all the Assignment Folders (also subgroups), but not those that have separate opening dates or which have chosen not to use common opening dates at all.

Other administrative options

Edit folder properties

  • Select "Assignment" in the Admin window and the folder whose properties you wish to edit.
  • Select the button "Folder properties" in order to edit the folder’s properties.
  • Choose whether the administrator is to be notified when a student assignment has been submitted, and whether common opening dates are to apply to the whole class, including subgroups or whether separate opening dates are to be defined (applies to this folder alone).

Membership

  • The student’s membership from StudentWeb is shown in the column "Membership" in the assignment folders when a student has submitted an assignment.
  • Memberships has the following notations:
    • X : Membership fetched from Studentweb. Has a class- and exam registration.
    • U : Membership fetched from Studentweb. Has only a class registration (not an exam registration)
    • E : Membership fetched from Studentweb. Has only an exam registration.
    • -- : Membership created manually. Role is student, but will not be shown.

Submit an assignment for a student

  • Is used by the administrator when the student is unable to submit it him/herself or when the folder is closed. (The administrator submits the assignment for the student.)
  • The button is called: "Upload a new assignment for a student"
  • When an administrator submits an assignment on behalf of a student the student automatically receives an e-mail notification of this submission.
  • When an administrator uploads an assignment on behalf of a student they will see if any of the students are missing a formal class exam registration.

Access to/commenting on assignments

Submitted assignments are shown in the folder and can be commented on in two ways:

1.Write a brief comment directly in the window:

  • Select ”New Comments” and write the text directly in the field on the page (only simple text). You can also mark as passed/not passed. This will be entered in a small file linked to the student’s assignment.

2.Comment directly in the student’s assignment:

  • First, download the student’s assignment to your own computer.
  • Write your comments directly in the text and save the file on your own computer.
  • Return to the folder and upload the new version of the assignment containing your comments.
  • The student will then be able to view both his/her own assignment and the new version containing your comments.

Administrators and professors can upload different versions of comments and they can use the text box for version comments to distinguish between the commented files.

The student receives an automatic email message when comments have been added.

"Passed" / "Not passed"

In addition to comments, it is possible to tick the appropriate box for whether the assignment has been passed/not passed.

  • The feedback "Passed" / "Not passed" is not considered to be an exam result, (i.e. it is not the same as Pass / Fail). The assessment is entered in separate records and will be registered in FS.
  • The comment "Passed" / "Not passed" can be used as feedback to the students in relation to mandatory assignments that must be passed before the student can sit the exam and submit the actual exam paper.
  • The comment "Passed" / "Not passed" is shown to the student in the status field for the assignment.

Email to students who have been awarded "Passed" / "Not passed"

An option has been created making it possible to send an email to students who have had "Passed"/"Not passed" checked, respectively, in the Comments column.

  • Click the folder
  • Click the box in the top left-hand corner so that all the files are checked.
  • Click "View comments on checked items"
  • In the Comments column on the right, "Passed" or "Not passed" is shown for each assignment (if such a comment has been registered).
  • Check those you wish to send an email to in the boxes in the left-hand column.
  • Click the button "Send email to checked items" under the list.
  • Write your message and send or cancel
  • See the guidelines for sending emails here Email administration in My Space

Notify students who have not submitted work

  • "Show missing submissions" lists all students who have not submitted the assignment in a folder.
  • Tick the box on the left of the assignment name in order to send an email to the candidate(s).
  • When you are in the window showing which students have failed to submit an assignment, you can also select "Show submissions" to see all the students that has submitted the assignment
  • Tick the box on the left in order to send an email to the candidate(s).

Printout of submitted assignments in a folder

It is possible to print a list showing submitted assignments in a folder. The printout shows the class code and name, and the name of the folder. It also shows: Author, Role, Last changed and Comments (Passed/ Not passed) as well as the total number of submissions.

  • Click the folder
  • Click the box in the top left-hand corner so that all the files are checked.
  • Click "View comments on checked items"
  • In the Comments column on the right, “Passed” or “Nor passed” is shown for each assignment (if such a comment has been registered).
  • Click the “Print” button above the list.
  • Select printer and print.

Anonymization of folders

  • It is now possible to take delivery of anonymous electronic submissions in the Assignment applet in My Space (i.e. submission using the student’s student number only).
  • In order to safeguard students’ anonymity, it is a requirement that submissions must be in PDF format or in Plain Text.
    • It is important, therefore, to inform students about the format requirements in the case of planned anonymous submissions well in advance of the submission date.
  • Note: Submittet assignments in anonymized folders will not show up when viewing submitted papers per student. This is to ensure the anonymity of the students.
  • Information about format requirements is available in the students documentation:

How to create an anonymous submissions folder:

  • Note:The folder must be empty (not contain any files) for it to be possible to anonymize it after it has been created.
    • If the folder is empty, the anonymization process can be reversed so that an anonymous folder can become non-anonymous.

If you wish to anonymize a newly-created folder:

  • Create a folder with the name you wish
  • Highlight “Yes” for the option: "Anonymize contents in this folder" (the final option on creating the folder).

If you wish to anonymize an existing folder:

  • Click the folder you wish to anonymize
  • Choose "Folder properties"
  • Highlight "Yes" for the option: "Anonymize contents in this folder".

Information shown in the status field

”Ephorus N/A” indicates that no ”Ephorus responsible” role has been linked to the class (N/A means Not Available). Assignments can nonetheless be checked in Ephorus even if no one has been registered as having the Ephorus responsible role in the class in My Space. The status is visible to both students and staff. Read more about Ephorus at UiB here. It is important that all students familiarise themselves with:

The status for submission to BORA and the Exam archive is visible to both students and administrators.

Group submissions:

When several students write an assignment together that is to be submitted in My Space, the submission can be organised so that only one copy of the assignment has to be submitted. This assignment will be visible to all the students in the group (the authors).

Group submissions can be organised in subgroups:

  • All the students who are members of the subgroup can see each others’ submitted assignments.

To organise the submission of group assignments for a subgroup:

  • Create a subgroup under the class for each group of students who are going to write an assignment together.
    • The administrator can limit students’ right to join a subgroup on their own initiative. In such case, the registration policy must be set to “Closed”. Go to Admin – Group administration – Change registration policy – Open | Closed | Waiting for approval (select “Closed”)
  • Distribute the students as members of the correct subgroup. Alternatively: The students can themselves register as members of the correct subgroup if the registration policy is not set to “Closed”.
  • In order to use Assignment for a class, it must first be added in the same way as other applets.
  • Create the Assignment applet and the folder type(s) to which the subgroup’s members are to submit work.
    Click “Enable” in “Allow group submission in all folders” from the Admin page under "Assignment". This allows all the members of the subgroup to see the submissions made by another member of the subgroup.
  • Enable the Assignment applet from the Admin page by clicking “Enable”. (This makes the contents of the Assignment applet visible to the members of the subgroup.)

Note: Once a group submission has been made, i.e. a file has been uploaded by a student, the group submission functionality cannot be disabled. This can only be done as long as the Assignment applet is empty (contains no files).

Note: You can not use anonymous folders when you set up group submissions.

Note: It is only the administrator for the class who can comment on the submitted assignments. All the students who have made a group submission can see the comments on the assignment.

Format requirements for submissions in My Space:

Format requirements apply to the submission of assignments in My Space when:

  1. Students submit their Master’s theses.
  2. Students submit an anonymous assignment in an anonymised folder.

Format requirements in the different folder types:

  • The Learning Folder and the Learning Folder’s sub-folders:
    • No format requirements.
  • Anonymised Learning Folder and/or anonymised sub-folders in the Learning Folder:
    • Requires either PDF or plain text (txt, sgml, html, xml, lisp, etc).
  • The Assessment Folder and the Assessment Folder’s sub-folders:
    • No format requirements.
  • Anonymised Assessment Folder and/or anonymised sub-folders in the Assessment Folder:
    • Requires either PDF or plain text (txt, sgml, html, xml, lisp, etc)
  • The Master’s Thesis Folder and the Master Thesis Folder’s subfolders (Folders in the student’s name):
    • Requirement is PDF.
  • ZIP-files:
    • ZIP-files that contains supported fileformats are allowed in the different folders. But ZIP-files are not allowed in the Master thesis' folder.

Delete, move and copy files in the Assignment applet

In the Assignment applet, limitations apply with respect to the folder types between which files can be moved or copied.

  • Students cannot delete submitted files from any of the folder types in the Assignment applet.
    • Students who wish to delete a file from the Assignment applet must contact the administrator/person responsible for the class, who can do this for the student.
  • It is not possible to move files from the Learning Folder to the Assessment Folder or to the Master’s Thesis Folder.
    • It is possible to copy files from the Learning Folder to both the Assessment Folder and the Master’s Thesis Folder.
    • It is also possible to move files within the Learning Folder – for example from one sub-folder to another.
  • It is not possible to move files from the Assessment Folder to the Learning Folder or to the Master’s Thesis Folder.
    • It is possible to move files within the Assessment Folder – for example from one sub-folder to another.
  • It is not possible to move files from the Master’s Thesis Folder to the Learning Folder or the Assessment Folder.
    • Students can move a file from the Master’s Thesis Folder to their own sub-folder in the Master’s Thesis Folder (with the student’s name). It is not possible to copy files from the Master’s Thesis Folder to the Learning Folder or the Assessment Folder.

Granting extra/shorter time for submissions for individual students

  • This functionality is used if one or more students have been allotted extra/shorter time for assignment.
  • It is possible to administer who is to be given extra/shorter time and how much extra/shorter time each individual is to be given.
  • It is also possible to give one or more students extra/shorter time in an individual folder, or for the whole class (i.e. in all assignment folders created in the class).

Procedure:

  • If you have not set an opening and closing time for the folder you should do that first.
  • Click on the correct folder.
  • Click on the button "Admin who should have extra/shorter time".
    • A list of the students that have already been granted extra/shorter time will appear.
  • Click on the button "Give someone extra/shorter time"
  • Fill in the extra or shorter time you want to grant the selected student/s (remember to select the students from the list).
    • To grant shorter time indicate this with a subtraction sign like this: "-1"
  • Note: When extra/shorter time is granted before or after the original deadline has expired, the extra/shorter time is added/subtracted with effect from the expiry of the original deadline for submission. E.g.: If the deadline is set to expire on Monday March 1, 2010 at 12:00 and a whole day extra is added at 14:00 on the same day, The new deadline for submission will be Tuesday March 2, 2010 at 12:00 (not 14:00).
  • If the folder has an opening and closing time this will be shown over the field for "Extra/shorter time - days"
  • If the folder has an opening and closing time you will see what the new date and/or time will be for the selected students. This will be indicated below the field for "Extra/shorter time - hours".
    • It will say: "New closing time for selected students: [date + time]"
  • Note the following limitations when calculating the new closing time:
    • If the folder does not have a defined opening and closing time My Space will not be able to calculate the new closing time. This is why it is important to define an opening and closing time before granting extra/shorter time.
    • My Space will not be able to calculate what the new time is going to be if you apply it for "The whole class".
  • Click on the button "OK" when you are done (to save).
  • Note: When extra/shorter time is granted an e-mail notification is automatically sent to the student/s who received extra/shorter time and to the person who granted the extra/shorter time.

Send email to students who have been granted extra/shorter time

It is possible to send an email to all students who have been granted extra/shorter time for submission and to print a list of these students.(Note that all students who are granted extra/shorter time are automatically sent an email about this when it is registered.)

  • Select folder
  • Select “Admin who should have extra/shorter time”
  • Check the students to whom you wish to send an email
  • Click the folder “Send email to checked items”
  • Write your message and send or cancel
  • See the guidelines for sending emails

Print a list of those who have been granted extra/shorter time

The printout shows the class code and name, and the name of the folder. It also shows: Surname, First name, Email address, Role, Extra/shorter time and Where (the extra time has been granted).

  • Select folder
  • Select “Admin who should have extra/shorter time”
  • Click the “Print” button.

Granting extra time for submissions for all students

Follow this description to grant extra time for submissions for all students in a folder:

  • Click on the correct folder.
  • Click on the button "Folder properties".
  • Set new time in the fields "Closed after" - the new submission time.
  • Click "OK" when you are done.
  • Remember to notify the students in case of a new deadline.

Procedures for granting extra time for submissions in the event of unplanned downtime in My space and Kark:

In the case of unplanned downtime in My Space the following guidelines for granting extensions applies. The guidelines also applies to Kark.

  • If My Space was unavailable for electronic submissions during the course of the stipulated submission date and this was not the result of planned downtime, the submission deadline will be extended by at least one day for all students in the class.
  • If My Space was unavailable for electronic submissions for more than one day and this is not a result of planned downtime, the submission deadline will be extended by at least two days for all students in the class.
  • The department/faculty responsible for the class in question will stipulate a new submission deadline in accordance with these guidelines.

The department/faculty will send information about any changes in submission deadlines via e-mail and notification on My Space as soon as possible. Students are responsible for checking My Space and their student e-mail at regular intervals.

Use the following standard message in case of unplanned downtime in My Space:

My Space was unavailable on [dd.mm.yy] from [hh.mm] until [hh.mm]. The fault has now been rectified and the system is up and running again. The department/faculty has set a new submission deadline, cf." Guidelines for the extension of deadlines for submission".

New deadline: [hh.mm] on [dd.mm.yy].

Note: Fill inn the date and time where it is missing.

Overview: Planned submissions in My Space and Kark

Download archive of assignments

In the Learning folder and the Master’s thesis folder, you can download non-anonymous archives of assignments. The following two options are available:

  • "Download an archive of the contents of this folder and all sub-folders" and
  • "Download an archive of the files in this folder".

In the Assessment folder, it is possible to download anonymous archives of assignments. An anonymous archive changes the file name of all the assignments to the students’ student numbers. The following two options are available:

  • "Download an archive of the contents of this folder and sub-folders" and
  • "Download an archive of the files in this folder".

Download an archive of the submissions in the class and all the subgroups

  • Go to the Class Admin-page
  • Under "Assignment" select "Download an archive of the submissions in the class and all the subgroups (this may take a while"
  • Save or open

Send assignments to the Exams Archive and BORA

The Exams Archive is a central archive for electronic exam papers submitted in My Space at UiB. All electronically submitted assignments in Assessment Folders and Master's Thesis Folders in My Space must be transferred to the Exams Archive once the exam results are availablr (including failed assignments).

As from July 3rd 2013 assignments are transferred automatically on a nightly basis. Assignments transferred to the Exams Archive and/or BORA will display a text in the status field stating: “Sent to Exams Archive” or: “Sent to Exams archive and BORA” (the latter applying only to the Master’s Thesis Folder).

Note: It is not possible to transfer content from a Learning Folder to the Exams Archive. Hence, carefully choose a correct folder type (either the Assessment Folder or Master’s Thesis Folder) when accepting exam submissions.

Note: Assignments are not moved from My Space when transferred to the Exams Archive and/or BORA. (It is a copy of the assignment that is sent to the Exams Archive and BORA).

Note: Master’s theses which students have chosen to make available in BORA display a text in the status field stating “Waiting to be transferred to BORA”. Once the thesis has been sent to the Exams Archive, it will automatically be forwarded to BORA if the thesis has been approved. Only Master’s theses that have been graded as “passed” will be made available in BORA. A thesis that is graded as “failed” will not be transferred to BORA even if it is transferred to the Exams Archive.

The status information related to the transfer to the Exams Archive and BORA is visible to both students and administrators.

How to manually transfer assignments to the Exams Archive:

If the automated transfer procedure fails, an adminstrator can transfer assignments manually.

  1. Go to the folder which contains the assignments.
  2. Select all the files that are to be transferred to the Exams archive.
  3. Near the bottom of the page under all the assignments, you will find the button “Request sending the check items to the Exams archive” Click the button.
  4. Check that the status field for the assignments changes to: “Pending sending to Exams archive” or: “Pending sending to Exams archive and BORA” (only applies to the Master’s Thesis Folder). In addition, the date and time when the button was clicked will be shown as well as the name of the person who clicked it.
  5. The actual transfer takes place during the night.
  6. Check the day after that the transfer was successful (check the status field). (It might take longer than one day in periods with a lot of activity in My Space.)
  7. If you experience problems when transferring many assignments simultaneously try transferring fewer at a time.

Notification of any error messages/ problems with the transfer can be given via the link at the bottom of the page “Do you have any technical questions regarding this page?”

Cancel transfer to the Exam Archive/BORA

In the Assessment folder and the Master’s thesis folder, there is a button: "Cancel sending the selected files to the exams archive”. On cancellation of submission to the Exam Archive/BORA, a log is shown detailing who cancelled the submission and the date/time of day when this was done in the status column.

There is an option for canceling the submission of Master’s theses to BORA. The button, which is found under “Properties” for the file, is called “Cancel sending the file to BORA”. In principle, you should not cancel sending to BORA because this is an agreement the student has entered into with the University Library to make the thesis available in BORA. If you choose to cancel the sending to BORA, the status field will show who performed the action and when.

The use of Ephorus (text recognition program)

Printing Master's thesis

The "Felles Kopitjeneste" (the Copy service at UiB) can print the Master's thesis at UiB. This is a service for the faculties/institutes in need of printing the thesis.

  • The papers must be submitted in My space in pdf. Administrator in the institute/faculty is responcible for transferring the files to the copy service "Felles Kopitjeneste".
  • The transportation will deliver the copies when they are printed.
  • Normal delivery time is 1 - 4 days.
  • The department for purcheses (Innkjøpsavdelingen) at UiB will bill the faculty for prints each month.
  • The institute/faculty is responsible for making sure that the printed papers are identical to the electronic submitted files in My Space.


Information to give the Copy service (Felles kopitjeneste)

  • The faculty must give the Copy service a list of contact persons at the institute/faculty.
  • They must also specify how many copies the institutes/faculty will cover.
  • This form must be used for each order. (The form is only available in Norwegian).
  • Send the form to kopi@uib.no
  • If the students want personal copies, they can contact the Copy service (Felles kopitjeneste) later to order them, or they can use a different copy service.
  • Questions regarding printing Master`s thesis:
    • Contact person: Thi Hai Nguyen
    • Phone: 55 88 20 46
    • Email: kopi@uib.no


Transferring large files to the Copy service (Felles Kopitjeneste)Outlook has a file-size limit when sending large files as attachments. If a file is too large to be sendt as an attachment you can use one of the following methods til deliver the files to the Copy service:

  1. You can use the IT-departments transfer solution for large files. [Go to the IT-department to see how this is done.] (Only available in Norwegian).
  2. You can go to the Copy service's office in Christiesgate 20 and download the files directly to one of their computers.
  3. You can burn the files on a CD and send it to them.

Documentation for students

Documentation for students


Documentation overview