This post about Open Access is the third in a short series about selecting the best journal to publish in and some of the options to consider. UM Library supports researchers in this task. Learn more about selecting journals, article processing charges and the journal browser.
This post about the Journal Impact Factor (JIF) is the second post in a short series about selecting the best journal to publish in and the way Maastricht University Library supports UM researchers with this task.
The Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) announced a new three-year deal with Oxford University Press (OUP). The deal is covering access to OUP’s journals as well as Open Access to Dutch contributions in 2019 and 2020. Maastricht University takes part in this deal.
In a short series about selecting the best journal to publish in, we will cover some of the options to consider. And the way Maastricht University Library supports UM researchers with this task. This is the first post in the series.
Today we added the new Randwyck Crowd Tracker to our Library Today section in the Online Library.
Today we introduced a newly designed Databases section in the Online Library. You’ll notice some changes in the look-and-feel, but the biggest change is related to the way searching and selecting works.
Library Today introduces the Library Crowd Tracker, showing how busy library locations are. In addition, you also find the opening hours of every library location at a glance.
No matter what mobile device you use, with BrowZine you take the library with you, wherever you go. Try it yourself and download BrowZine today.
As of 15 October the Online Library login will be replaced by a uniform Maastricht University login based on SURFconext technology. SURFconext is a national infrastructure by SURF and provides single sign on when used in combination with other supported services.
After a successful trial earlier this year, the Library makes a large part of its journals available to the UM community via the app BrowZine.