Some pointers to websites (mostly in Dutch) that contain information for staff members.
- Employee information portal
- General services and facilities
- Basic Teaching Qualification (BKO)
- Project International Studies
You want to ask someone to look at the financial details of your NWO proposal, but you don't know who to turn to? Want to create a PDF file but don't know how? Consult the information portal for employees. This website will provide the answers to many of the practical problems you might encounter in your work as an employee of this faculty:
- Information for Employees of the faculty (in Dutch)
The WSD Servicedesk handles matters concerning catering, relocation, classroom reservations, cleaning and mail.
Contact them in the hall of the Lipsuis building, Cleveringaplaats 1, call 071-5272400 or mail to servicedesk.
For information on services and facilities that are offered university wide, please consult the LU services and facilities website, or the Information potal (in Dutch)
Under the heading ULCN (University Leiden Community Network), the university community is provided with a collection of IT-related services which not only facilitate the teaching and following of courses, but also facilitate internal communication between members of the university community. Staff members with a ‘one account for everything’ can access the following facilities:
- The Blackboard digital learning environment;
- A web-mail box (U-mail), including a mail-forwarding function;
- The Information Portal of the University Library;
- The Terms of Employment Option Model;
- Online ordering of campus-licensed software (Surfspot).
Further information and instructions can be found on the ULCN website.
The Faculty of Humanities strongly believes in the importance of excellent teaching being provided by highly professional lecturers. The Faculty therefore wishes to give all lecturers the opportunity to further their professional skills. The first step in this process is the Basic Teaching Qualification (BKO).
BA International Studies is a new Faculty of Humanities bachelor's degree that will start in September 2012. For lecturers and other staff members of this new degree we have compiled a webpage that contains up-to-date information regarding this project. The documents on this website are only accessible to staff members who are on the project team.
For an overview of the Faculty's research staff, click here.