Here, you will find information on how to report the hours you have worked as a note-taker to receive your remuneration. Remember that you must have an agreement with the coordinators before you begin an assignment.
You will receive SEK 70 per teaching hour for your work. This is intended to cover copying costs and any preparation or follow-up work.
Reporting the hours worked
You need to report the hours you have acted as note-taker each month in the timesheet for note-taking assistance. Fill in your timesheet electronically and your hours will be automatically summarised. Contact the coordinator if you need help filling out the timesheet.
Complete the blue fields and number of hours worked
Only the blue fields are to be completed, and the number of hours worked. State the time including decimals, for example one hour and fifteen minutes as 1.25. The rest will be deducted. More detailed information about how to fill in the timesheet.
If you take notes during laboratory exercises, excursions, field studies or study visits, you will have to estimate the number of hours you spent taking notes.
Submit the timesheet
Email a copy of the completed timesheet to email@example.com together with your course timetable as a link or attached document. If you submit the timesheet on the first few days of a month, we can issue your payment at the end of the same month. It is also possible to report several months at the same time.
Register your bank account
Reimbursement for note-taking is paid by Swedbank. Your reimbursement will be paid from a Swedbank account. If you would like it to be paid into another account, you must register this account in the Swedbank account register. If you do not register your account, you will instead receive a payment advice that you can deposit, or redeem at a bank for a fee. If you do not register your account, you will instead receive a payment advice that you can deposit, or redeem at a bank for a fee.