About cookies

Gothenburg University Library's website uses cookies. According to current legislation, everyone who visit a website should get information about the use of cookies and how to choose to avoid them.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files with information stored on your computer. The information is anonymous and does not contain any personal details.

Another technology for temporarily storing information on your computer is called Web Storage and works in a similar way as cookies.

Cookies on www.ub.gu.se

On www.ub.gu.se, we use a few cookies and in some cases Web Storage to store information on your computer.

We use cookies to keep the language you prefer to use on the website. We also use cookies to collect anonymous usage statistics. We use these statistics to improve the website and learn more about our users.

When you book a group study room, we temporarily save your credentials as long as your browser window remains open. The credentials are saved so that you should not have to fill them in again if you make additional bookings.

Opting out from cookies

To avoid the use of cookies and Web Storage you can turn off these functions in your browser. Refer to the provider of your browser to learn how to do this.

Questions and answers about cookies at the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority's (PTS) website