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The University of Évora, hereinafter referred to as UÉvora, is the entity responsible for this Portal. This Portal is owned by the University of Évora (UÉvora), and its administration is the responsibility of the Computer Services in coordination with the Communication Division of the Rector's Services.

The information contained in the Portal aims to disseminate information of an institutional scope and that fits the mission and purposes of UÉvora. This Portal is regulated by the relevant legislation, namely the Code of Copyright and Related Rights and the Code of Industrial Property

All content available on the Portal is the responsibility of UEVORA. The information contained therein is the property of UÉvora, and cannot be reproduced or modified without prior authorization, except for teaching or research purposes or for personal and lawful use, in which case the title and origin of the same must be indicated.

For the purposes of administering the UÉvora Portal, technical information is collected, namely the IP (Internet Protocol) address, pages visited and the navigation program (browser) used to view the site. This collection is intended to diagnose problems, optimize access, traffic analysis and the production of statistical indicators.

UÉvora reserves the right to change, delete or add any information to the Portal content without prior notice.

UÉvora is not responsible for the content of the pages to which the links or hyperlinks contained in the Portal refer. The Copyright and Related Rights of the portals and the contents of the external portals (links) belong exclusively to the owners of these portals, the authors of the texts, or whoever is stipulated in the respective usage rules.

UÉvora considers that the participation of members of the academy in social networks is a way of promoting interactions between the UÉvora community and the audiences with which it shares interests. However, UÉvora is not responsible for the contents disseminated there, which are the sole responsibility of the promoters.


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     University of Évora
  • Design    
    Department of Visual Arts and Design - School of Arts
  • Images  
    Communication Division of the Rectorate Services
  • Content management  
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