Of je nu net gestart bent met je onderzoek, of je artikel is zo goed als klaar: je denkt vast al eens vooruit naar het moment van publiceren. Heb je nog geen definitieve keuze gemaakt voor een tijdschrift? Kies voor Open Access!
De Koninkijke Bibliotheek en de Persgroep gaan de komende jaren belangrijke na-oorlogse landelijke en regionale kranten online beschikbaar maken in database Delpher. Vrij voor privégebruik.
UM Library staff is currently looking for options to guide you in getting access to 2017 journal articles. We can already offer you ten alternative options to look into.
On Friday 5 May you are welcome to study in the Inner City Library and the Tapijn and University Sports Centre (USC) Learning Spaces
1 May VSNU ceased negotiations with Oxford University Press (OUP) about journal subscriptions. We will keep you informed on developments and alternatives for access to OUP articles here.
On King’s Day, Thursday 27 April and (bridging day) Friday 28 April you are welcome to study in the University Library. However, please note, not all locations are open.
Following the overwhelming success of its 2016 edition, during ‘Spoken Word 2017’ seven enthusiastic participants gave a dazzling performance. This event was inspired by the Maastricht University Special Collections.
This interactive PsycINFO tutorial provides you with step-by-step instructions on how to search the PsycINFO database.
Want to study during the upcoming Easter weekend? You are welcome in four library locations between Friday 14 April (Good Friday) and Monday 17 April (Easter Monday). Here is an overview of our opening hours.
Explore the most beautiful historical herbals from Maastricht collections in three mini-exhibitions until 18 June. Allow us to give you an insight into a range of themes from the history of herbals, using the most beautiful examples.
Bekijk tot en met 18 juni de mooiste historische kruidenboeken uit Maastrichtse collecties in drie mini-exposities. Aan de hand van de mooiste exemplaren geven we u een inkijkje in diverse thema’s uit de historie van kruidenboeken.
On Saturday 8 April LibSearch maintenance is scheduled from 07.00 – 12.00. You can search in LibSearch during the maintenance, but a few things will not work.
UM has joined the Open Library of Humanities. FASoS researchers may benefit from this partnership. You can choose to publish in one of the peer-reviewed journals of this OA publisher.
The library is looking for reinforcement in the area of library research support at the cutting edge of technology and communication.
The library is looking for a Scientific information Specialist as a first point of contact for UM students, teachers and researchers of FPN and as a second contact for MUMC+.
WRDS has documented serious problems in the last few data updates of Thomson Reuters Ownership data, commonly known as the Thomson SP data feeds.
HeinOnline’s Knowledge Base is an excellent help and guidance tool, providing searchable and browsable assistance on all aspects of search, access, export, and personalization in the HeinOnline interface.
Many researchers struggle with the decision whether to publish in an Open Access journal versus a traditional (and perhaps more well-established) journal. Four main factors to consider when making this decision are visibility, cost, prestige, and speed.
As of now publishing in almost 800 Sage journals is free of charge for you as an UM author: you don’t need to pay an article processing charge (APC) anymore to get your article published Open Access.