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Mindel van de Laar warmly welcomes Open Access

Mindel van de Laar warmly welcomes Open Access

Mindel van de Laar of the UM Graduate School of Governance and UNU-MERIT warmly welcomes Open Access.

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Publications via Open Access available for all general practitioners

Publications via Open Access available for all general practitioners

Interview with Jean Muris, UM Professor of Family Medicine, on making materials available to GPs via Open Access: a viable solution, both from a cost-cutting and professionalism perspective.

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Academia: access to streaming audio and video content

Academia: access to streaming audio and video content

UM Library arranged a new UM wide license whereby all UM staff and students have free access to the Academia streaming audio and video content.  

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Spotted: new course on patent analytics and statistics

Spotted: new course on patent analytics and statistics

If patent is subject in your research, this CWTS course might be of interest to you. The course is scheduled for 17-18 October at CWTS in Leiden.

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Send large files securely and quickly using SURFfilesender

Send large files securely and quickly using SURFfilesender

This file transfer service allows you to send and receive large files quickly, securely and easily. In addition, you decide who has access to your valuable files.

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Open Up to Open Access: we introduce ten UM key proponents

Meet UM’s Open Access key proponents: as of today, you will find their posters and images on screens all over Maastricht University. These colleagues give you their personal statements on Open Access.

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