Ordinance To The Law On The Information And Library Science

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om Det Informationsvidenskabelige Akademi

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Ordinance to the law on The Information and library science

Hereby promulgated Act No. 17 of 14. January 1998 on The Information and library science with the changes imposed by § 2 of the law No. 1373 of 28. December 2011.

General provisions



§ 1. School of information and library science, as a higher educational institution under the Danish Ministry of Research, Innovation and higher education with the task to provide higher education and to conduct research in the field of library and information science until the highest scientific level.

(2). The Academy shall safeguard the freedom of research and contribute to spreading the knowledge of working methods and results within its area of expertise.

Education and research



§ 2. The Academy carries out the initial, higher and continuous training within its area of expertise.

(2). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education decides after consultation with the Academy, which the Academy must provide education.

(3). The Academy shall take a decision on the research itself to be operated at the Academy.





§ 3. The Minister for research, innovation and higher education lays down rules on: 1) Education content and duration.

2) exams and tests, including rating.

3) access to education and training.

4) recruitment of teachers and scientific employees.

5) Complaints to the Academy from students in connection with examinations and tests as well as the procedure for their treatment.

(2). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education can lay down rules regarding: 1) the acquisition of the PhD degree.

2) acquisition of a doctorate.

(3). Before the Minister for research, innovation and higher education lays down the rules in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2, the Academy have the opportunity to give its opinion if the proposal does not come from the Academy.

Protection Agency



§ 4. The Minister for research, innovation and higher education shall lay down detailed rules concerning the administration of the Academy.

(2). The Academy is headed by a Rector, who shall act in all matters that are not by this law or in accordance with paragraph 1 is assigned to the Minister of research, innovation and higher education or the College's collegiate bodies.

(3). The Rector is appointed by the Minister for research, innovation and higher education.

(4). Set up one or more collegial bodies. The Supreme collegiate body involved in matters relating to the Academy's overall interests as educational and research institution and is instrumental in establishing guidelines for the Academy's long-term business and development.

(5). Before the Minister for research, innovation and higher education lays down the rules in accordance with paragraph 1 shall the Academy have the opportunity to give its opinion if the proposal does not come from the Academy.

Economic conditions



§ 5. State appropriations to the Academy lays down on the annual appropriations laws.

(2). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education can provide that the Academy will charge for participation in teaching and examination by the Academy's 1) continuing training, 2) open education, 3) education of certain foreign students) and (4) training of PhD students, whose education is financed by external funds.

(3). The Academy may charge fee for total or partial coverage of costs associated with entrance examinations, examinations for private students and the like. The Academy's library can also charge fees in respect of late delivery, loss and damage of books and other material on loan.

(4). The Academy can receive grants from other sources than from the concession laws. These grants can be kept separate from Government appropriations. Funds and scholarships can be created for such grants.

§ 6. The Minister for research, innovation and higher education can approve that the Academy included agreements of non-commercial character with independent institutions and organizations that have ties to the Academy, and the purpose of which is associated with the Academy's purposes.

Complaints, etc.



§ 7. The Academy's decisions in accordance with this law or in accordance with rules laid down under the law can only, in the case of complaints over legal issues, be appealed to the Secretary of State for research, innovation and higher education, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education shall establish detailed rules on access to complaint and can including determine that decisions with the exception of complaints about legal issues by decisions on a student's legal position not to be able to be brought before the Minister.

section 7 (a). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education can empower a government agency under the Ministry or other government authorities after negotiation with the concerned minister to exercise the powers conferred on the Minister by this Act.

(2). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education can lay down rules about access to redress relating to decisions taken in accordance with the authorisation granted in accordance with paragraph 1, including that decisions should not be subject to appeal.

(3). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education can lay down rules governing the exercise of the powers of another government agency after negotiation with the concerned minister will be authorized to exercise under paragraph 1.

§ 8. The Minister for research, innovation and higher education on the basis of a proposal from the Academy can approve exceptions from the provisions of the Act, inter alia with a view to simplification of the Academy's activities.

(2). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education may lay down special rules for the Academy, or parts thereof, performing special tasks, including the Academy's library, or where special circumstances so dictate, including cooperation with other institutions.

Transitional and commencement provisions



§ 9. The Minister for research, innovation and higher education shall fix the time of the entry into force of the Act. The Minister for research, innovation and higher education including may provide that the provisions of the Act will come into force at different times. 1) 2) (2). The Minister for research, innovation and higher education can provide that law No. 207 of 22. May 1985 on Royal School of library or parts thereof be repealed. 3) (3). Rules laid down on the basis of the law referred to in paragraph 2 shall remain in force until they are repealed or replaced by rules laid down pursuant to this Act.

Act No. 1373 of 28. December 2011 includes the following entry-into-force provisions, etc.:

section 16 (1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2012.

Paragraphs 2 to 4. (Omitted).

§ 17 the law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

Ministry of Research, Innovation and higher education, 26. August 2012 Morten Østergaard/Pernille Olesen Mønnike Official notes 1) § 2, § 3 (1) and (3) and §§ 4-9 entry into force 1. September 1998, in accordance with article 3. Executive Order No. 466 of 30. June 1998.

2) § 1 and § 3, paragraph 2, has entered into force on 29 April. March 2000, see. Executive Order No. 181 of 17. March 2000.

3) Law No. 207 of 22. May 1985 on Royal School is repealed by Decree No. 181 of 17. March 2000.