Visit the Research Data Management Roadshow on Wednesday 13 June

Visit the Research Data Management Roadshow on Wednesday 13 June

On Wednesday 13 June, we organise a Research Data Management event for UM researchers and support staff. Specialists from UM and SURF are present to answer your data-related questions ... Keep reading
Conference - National Collaboration in RDM: Celebrating Achievements, Shaping Future Directions

Conference – National Collaboration in RDM: Celebrating Achievements, Shaping Future Directions

Register now for this conference organised by The National Coordination Point for Research Data Management (LCRDM) on Thursday 8 February 2018 in Utrecht ... Keep reading
Pure: beyond registration of scientific output

Pure: beyond registration of scientific output

New developments and user experiences to feed research intelligence as presented at the 2017 PURE International Conference ... Keep reading
open access

NARCIS reached a new milestone: 500,000 OA publications available

Publishing in Open Access is definitely rising. The shift towards Open Access can be witnessed and experienced on the NARCIS portal, with already half a milion OA publications from Dutch scientists. ... Keep reading
DataverseNL migrates to an improved version

DataverseNL migrates to an improved version

Welcome to the new version (4.6) of DataverseNL. Besides a new look and feel, this platform for storing and sharing your research data offers you improved facilities. Come to the workshop the UM Library Research Data Management team organises ... Keep reading
Researcher, distinguish yourself!

Researcher, distinguish yourself!

ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognised ... Keep reading
Secure storage and sharing of research data

Secure storage and sharing of research data

We realise how important it is for you to manage your research data in an integer and secure way. Therefore, we offer a palette of services and now works on another facility for storing (locally) and sharing research data ... Keep reading
What is your opinion of research data management? National survey

What is your opinion of research data management? National survey

The National Coordination Point Research Data Management is doing an online survey and asks researchers to give their opinion of RDM. ... Keep reading
Looking for Open Data from a different country? Try the European Data portal

Looking for Open Data from a different country? Try the European Data portal

The European Data Portal is a gateway offering access to data published by administrations in countries across Europe, from the EU and beyond ... Keep reading
Review: Masterclass Support4Research

Review: Masterclass Support4Research

The University Library hosted the Support4Research Masterclass, organised by SURF on 24 and 25 September. The main goal of this two days masterclass was knowledge exchange of all facets of research support. ... Keep reading
Enlighten Your Research Global 2015 - Call for Research Proposals

Enlighten Your Research Global 2015 – Call for Research Proposals

Is your research ready for an international challenge? Join the SURF programme 'Enlighten Your Research Global' and discover how services from SURF can help you get the most out of your research! SURF invites researchers from any discipline to submit a proposal with challenging research questions. ... Keep reading
Evaluation Criteria for Scholarly Publications

Evaluation Criteria for Scholarly Publications

Interesting article about publication behaviour in the ongoing ‘whirlpool’ of publish or perish ... Keep reading
Looking back on successful seminar ‘Measuring your research impact’

Looking back on successful seminar ‘Measuring your research impact’

The seminar on research impact measurement, organised by the University Library on the 20th of January, has been a success. 22 (of 35) attendees filled in the evaluation form and were quite unanimous –positive- about the quality of the presentations ... Keep reading
Seminar: “Measuring your research impact"

Seminar: “Measuring your research impact”

Nowadays your research impact (assessment) goes beyond the traditional impact factor of journals and citation counts. The Maastricht University Library kindly invites you for this seminar where you will learn more about how your work is being received, used and disseminated across scholarly platforms and social media networks. ... Keep reading
LIBER statement on Open Science

LIBER statement on Open Science

LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries, is in favour of ‘opening up of the research process’. LIBER believes that the move towards openness will lead to increased transparency, better quality research, a higher level of citizen engagement, and will accelerate the pace of scientific discovery through the facilitation of data-driven innovation ... Keep reading
Transition or hell?

Transition or hell?

On 21 January the debate on ‘Science in Transition’ took place at Maastricht University. Today (22 January) Science Guide posted a news item on the same subject ... Keep reading
Research infrastructures in the social sciences and humanities

Research infrastructures in the social sciences and humanities

E-Data & Research has come up with a special edition, entirely devoted to research infrastructures in the social sciences and humanities ... Keep reading
Impact of Scientific Research

Impact of Scientific Research

The International Open Week is being organised for the 7th time, from 21 until 25 October 2013. This year’s central theme is "Open Access: redefining impact”, calling attention to the impact of science. Interested in the UM seminar on ‘Publishing successfully'? ... Keep reading
Seminar: “Publishing successfully”

Seminar: “Publishing successfully”

Maastricht University young researchers and PhD candidates: register now for the Open Week seminar 'Publishing successfully: writing and publishing ethics'! ... Keep reading
open access

Licensed e-journals are losing ground quickly

In 8 European countries, already more than 50% of the papers are now published in Open Access repositories, says an EC-study. 'Open Access is here to stay' ... Keep reading
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