During the upcoming exam period, from Saturday 2 until Thursday 21 December, the Inner City Library is only accessible for students and staff of Maastricht University (and other UMcard holders).
According to Lisa Brüggen, professor of Financial Services at SBE, there is work to do, to create awareness of Open Access.
In the context of the International Open Access Week, emeritus professor Gerjo Kok talks about his commitment to Open Access. Read the interview here.
PLEASE NOTE: Until 1 January 2018, researchers will still have the opportunity to submit requests for these funds. Prior financial commitments made to the fund remain valid.
Video can be a powerful tool for education. Prof. Letschert asserts that also researchers can use video to increase the impact of their research. In a short clip she explains how a video boosted her own research efforts on victims of war crime.
Interview with Egon Willighagen, assistant professor and bioinformatics researcher at FHML. He feels that broad access to, and use of, publications and data is a precondition for the realisation of scientific progress. Which is why he’s in favour of the ‘gold route’.
The seminar ‘Publish with impact’ is UM Library’s contribution to the international Open Access Week 2017. In conjunction with this week, an important tool has been further developed to help you realise Open Access benefits: the journal browser.
Because of the upcoming (first) exam period for this academic year, the UM Library offers you XXL opening hours from Saturday 7 October until Wednesday 25 October in three locations. Here is an overview.
Invitation to a Maastricht University Library seminar to increase the impact of your papers on Tuesday 24 October.
Bekijk tot 24 december 16.00 uur een selectie van het grafische werk van de dichter Pierre Kemp uit de Bijzondere Collecties van de Universiteit Maastricht. De mini-expositie is te bekijken in het Bestuursgebouw van de UM, Minderbroedersberg 4-6.