We try to save as much energy as possible and on the other hand give as much students as possible a computer study place. Therefore unattended computer workstations in both library locations automatically log off after 30 minutes.
In the week from 22 to 26 October, the Netherlands will be bringing the benefits of Open Access to the attention of higher education and research institutions. Seminars, workshops, lectures and film clips will encourage the institutions to focus on Open Access to research results.
Unfortunately, laptop theft is a problem at Maastricht University. Do you want to prevent your laptop from being stolen and lose your important data?
The University Library started a new service: 5 days before the loan period of the book you borrowed expires, you will receive an email to remind you.
Last Friday – 21 September – the official opening of the EdL@B took place during a lively Service Science Café meeting. On this occasion ScienceGuide published a news item.
EdL@B and the Service Science Factory welcome you on Friday 21 September for the official opening of the Educational Lab, in short EdL@B, and for exciting Service Science workshops. Get to know all kinds of possibilities around the EdL@B and meet its founders. Teachers, educators, students and entrepreneurs: Find out how you can start an […]
As a new student at Maastricht University you are cordially invited to the University Library. The library is not just a well-equipped study environment but also an attractive meeting place for students. As a student, you will have access to the library buildings as well as the eLibrary, where all our electronic journals, books and […]
If you have a mobile device, you can now use it to check announcements, grades and assignments anywhere, anytime.
The University Library offers a new Google-like search engine to help you find books, journals, articles and UM publications. Searching is effective, fast and simple since you will search a major part of the electronic and physical library content in one go.
Better performance, more functionality. The new student desktop works with ‘Athena’, offering Windows 7, Internet Explorer 9 and Microsoft Office 2010.
Radical shakeup of academic publishing will allow papers to be put online and be accessed by universities, firms and individuals.
An interesting report on a research study by the British Library and JISC over 3 years to find out the information seeking habits of doctoral students.
Ter gelegenheid van zijn afscheid als Rector Magnificus van de Universiteit Maastricht (29 juni 2012) is professor Gerard Mols voor één dag gastcurator. Gerard Mols is een hartstochtelijk lezer en geeft zijn persoonlijke boeken top 5.
Yes, that’s possible! The University Library cooperates with the UM faculties in order to guarantee the quality of the library collection. One of the ways to investigate if the right choices have been made is by monitoring the usage.
Recently, the Open Access journal Fascism; Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies has become available in the eLibrary: from the first issue (2012).
How high is the score for the less traditional universities worldwide? Maastricht University is in the top 10.
In 2012 Maastricht celebrates the 350th anniversary of the Stadsbibliotheek. To pay attention to this memorable fact and to commemorate a cooperation of many years’, a small exhibition has been set up in the Maastricht University Library.
A full-text database which provides electronic access to a great many landmark titles published by APA and other distinguished publishers, including a substantial back file of classic and historic works plus recent titles in psychological science. What has PsycBOOKS® to offer?
The University Library has acquired some unique works by poet and painter Pierre Kemp (Maastricht 1886–1967). Professor Wiel Kusters integrated this collection into the Maastricht University heritage collection and was therefore chosen to present and explain these works for the first time on Wednesday 15 May.