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.
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.
Met deze down- en uploaddienst kun je snel, veilig en gemakkelijk grote bestanden versturen en ontvangen. Daarnaast bepaal je zelf wie toegang heeft tot je waardevolle bestanden.
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.
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.
The agreement between CUP and the universities in the Netherlands is the first of its kind, as never before a publisher is guaranteeing researchers the right to publish their articles OA directly via the gold route.
The University Library offers several skills training sessions in June 2017 for master students SBE.
Are you interested in the use of video in your education at UM? Would you like to hear about experiences of other teachers? Curious about the new VideUM portal? Come to our event. There are still places available.
As of 1 June, you probably won’t have access to recent articles published in Oxford University Press (OUP) journals. Fortunately, content prior to 2017 can still be accessed through the regular channels.
Are e-journals no longer available via the publisher or any other source? Portico might be your solution!
Members of UM teaching staff, who would like to use video in their education, now have a one stop portal for video recording, uploading and sharing: VideUM. This portal provides information on video production, didactics, copyright, and good practices.
Because of the upcoming exam period (4) the library offers you XXL opening hours from Saturday 20 May until Wednesday 14 June in three locations.
On 15 May EndNote X7.5 has been upgraded to EndNote X8.0.1 on all Student Desktop computers. EndNote X8.0.1 promises a new and fresh look and faster functionalities.
As a UM staff member interested in video education, you are invited to join an event on the use of video from a didactical perspective on Wednesday 14 June.
With the exams approaching an experiment will be held in the Inner City Library. All weekends in the coming XXL period (from 20 May till 14 June) you will be able to start studying at 08.00 o’clock in the morning. The pilot will start this Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 May.
Whether you have just started your research, or are finalising your paper at this moment, publication of your scientific work will cross your mind. Are you still indecisive in which journal to publish? Choose Open Access!