Google Scholar is currently not showing the UM full text links in the search results.
UM Library wins second prize with the concept of a Brain-UMatch app in the SURFnet battle of concepts on location-based services for education and research.
UM Library is looking for a UM student to participate in improving our discovery service LibSearch. Can you think out of the box? Then we are looking for you.
UM Library manages the UM digital learning environment. We want to share our experiences on education and technology in (SURF) events and seminars with you.
Since August, the University Library offers a comprehensive package (more than 160,000) of e-books: the EBSCO Academic e-books subscription. This large selection is multidisciplinary and represents a broad range of academic subjects.
PLEASE NOTE: Until 1 January 2018, researchers will still have the opportunity to submit requests for these funds. Prior financial commitments made to the fund remain valid.
Maastricht University Library vacancy for 1 promo teamer Special Collections (0,1 fte). Can you help us take a proactive approach to bringing our Special Collections into the limelight?
As of 1 July the University Library, also the medical library of the MUMC+, has access to ClinicalKey. ClinicalKey is a straightforward search engine that facilitates students, researchers and clinicians to search for information in medical/clinical fields.
Our dedicated staff is ready to welcome all newly arrived students. For your first library landing we offer you this handy webpage with information about the library locations, facilities and services, our communication channels and contact options.
Looking for more interaction in your lectures? Then join the Maastricht Group of Gosoapbox users. GoSoapbox is a solid web-based clicker tool that gives you instant feedback from your students. Sign up now!
How to arrange peer feedback scenarios? What are obstacles and success indicators? How to guarantee students feel save and can gain from giving and receiving feedback?
On 17 July the fourth (and last) call of the incentive scheme for open and online education has been opened for higher education institutes.
Are you an enthusiastic student with film making and editing qualities? Are you savvy with IT tools for learning? Then the UM Library offers you the opportunity to join the e-learning support team, operating on the interface of education and IT, with special attention for video in education.
From Friday 14 July 17.00 until Sunday 27 August summer opening hours apply in most of the Maastricht University Library locations. Read the details here.
As of now EndNote X8.0.1 is available on Athena Desktop, VDI (Student Desktop included) and via the ICT Service Centre license software page.
Mindel van de Laar of the UNU-MERIT/Maastricht Graduate School of Governance warmly welcomes Open Access. Read the interview here.
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.
It was an inspiring afternoon with UM teaching staff presenting their use of Video in education followed by a presentation of the new video support portal VideUM that is supported by the library. The full recording will be made available soon.
Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 July you are welcome to study in the Randwyck Library between 08.30 – 18.00.
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.