Ordering literature

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Ordering literature

 

Ordering literature for the library collections

Would you like the library to order a particular book or journal? Submit an online recommendation.

Ordering literature for the Learning and Resource Centre collections

You can order via Reference List.

Guidelines as agreed by the Library Committees:
course coordinators are responsible for the literature for the Learning and Resource Centre, and determine the number of titles/copies to be ordered for a course; the guidelines only provide the maximum quantity.

For a timely availability of your order, please take the delivery period into account. In most cases, your literature will be available within a week but be aware that the availability of some publications might take up to six weeks.

Academie Verloskunde Maastricht
Ordering guidelines UB/Learning Resource

  • For each title ordered for the Learning and Resource Centre the library will automatically order a lendable copy for the library collection (except for the Law Learning and Resource Centre collection, School of Business and Economics Learning and Resource Centre collection and unless already present).
  • For a timely availability of your order, please take the delivery period into account. Dutch publications can take up to six weeks, and foreign language publications can take up to eight weeks.

Academie Verloskunde Maastricht
Maximum of eight copies per title.

Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (Medicine)
Ordering Guidelines UB/Learning Resource

  • For each title ordered for the Learning and Resource Centre the library will automatically order a lendable copy for the library collection (except for the Law Learning and Resource Centre collection, School of Business and Economics Learning and Resource Centre collection and unless already present).
  • For a timely availability of your order, please take the delivery period into account. Dutch publications can take up to six weeks, and foreign language publications can take up to eight weeks.

FHML, Medicine
E-books: If an e-book is available we will order half of the copies as hardback/paperback edition and one e-book edition.

If an e-book is not available the guideline for hardback/paperback editions is:
Course-related literature: 1 copy per 10 students (minimum of 5, maximum of 25 copies).

Advised book list:
The number of copies to order depends on the book type.

  • Textbook: 25 copies* (maximum)
  • Reference work: 5 copies
  • Monograph: 5 copies (minimum 5, maximum 25)
  • Internship book: 5 copies (maximum)
  • Introductory work: 25 copies*

*If a previous edition is available in the Learning and Resource Centre we will reorder up to 25 copies (only 2 editions per title will be available).

Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences (Health)
Ordering guidelines UB/Learning Resource

  • For each title ordered for the Learning and Resource Centre the library will automatically order a lendable copy for the library collection (except for the Law Learning and Resource Centre collection, School of Business and Economics Learning and Resource Centre collection and unless already present).
  • For a timely availability of your order, please take the delivery period into account. Dutch publications can take up to six weeks, and foreign language publications can take up to eight weeks.

Faculty FHML – Health / Life Sciences
E-books: If an e-book is available we will order half of the copies as hardback/paperback edition and one e-book edition.

If an e-book is not available the guideline for hardback/paperback editions is: one copy per 10 students in the relevant course, with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 25 copies per title.
In addition, one loanable copy per title is automatically ordered for each Learning and Resource Centre collection.
Only course coordinators can place orders.

Department of Knowledge Engineering (DKE)
Ordering guidelines UB/Learning Resource

  • For each title ordered for the Learning and Resource Centre the library will automatically order a lendable copy for the library collection (except for the Law Learning and Resource Centre collection, School of Business and Economics Learning and Resource Centre collection and unless already present).
  • For a timely availability of your order, please take the delivery period into account. Dutch publications can take up to six weeks, and foreign language publications can take up to eight weeks.

Department of Knowledge Engineering (DKE)
Maximum of three titles per course.

The course coordinator can place an order for an e-book, if available.

Two copies are not for loan (Learning and Resource Centre) and one copy is lendable (open stacks). If there are more than three titles, the library will ask the examiner which three should be available in the Learning and Resource Centre collection.

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Please consider the following ordering guidelines:

  • If available, an e-book is to be preferred over the print version
  • When purchasing an e-book, additionally one print copy is made available
  • Per course up to 15 titles
  • It is possible to order several copies of a particular title, and to vary the number of titles and number of copies per title, but the total number of copies for a course should never be more than 5 copies for every 10 students.
Faculty of Law
Please consider the following ordering guidelines (they apply to all programmes!):
  • If available, an e-book is to be preferred over the print version
  • When purchasing an e-book, additionally one print copy is made available
  • Regarding compulsory reading per course:
    • Up to 5 titles
    • 1 copy per 15 students with a maximum of 10 copies
    • It is possible to vary the number of titles and number of copies per title, but the total number of copies for a course should never be more than 50 (5 titles x 10 copies)
  • Regarding additional literature per course:
    • The number of titles is unlimited
    • 1 copy per title
Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience
Please consider the following ordering guidelines:
  • If available, an e-book is to be preferred over the print version
  • Per course up to 3 titles
  • 1 copy per 15 students with a maximum of 20 copies
  • It is possible to vary the number of titles and number of copies per title, but the total number of copies for a course should never be more than 60 (3 titles x 20 copies)
School of Business and Economics
Please consider the following ordering guidelines:
  • If available, an e-book is to be preferred over the print version
  • Regarding compulsory reading per course:
    • 1 copy per 15 students with a minimum of 2 copies and a maximum of 5 copies (first year courses) or 10 copies (other courses)
  • Regarding additional literature per course:
    • 1 copy per 15 students with a minimum of 2 copies and a maximum of 15 copies

Compulsory literature is purchased in small numbers because students are expected to buy their own copies. Please add a comment to this effect in the Digital Learning Environment. For example: ‘Students are strongly advised to acquire the compulsory literature’, because it is not possible to have sufficient copies available for all first-year courses.

University College Venlo
Please consider the following ordering guidelines:

  • If available, an e-book is to be preferred over the print version
  • When purchasing an e-book, additionally one print copy is made available
  • Regarding compulsory reading per course:
    • 1 copy per 15 students
  • Regarding additional literature per course:
    • 1 copy per title

Recommended bibliography FHML

A recommended book list is available for the FHML collection. This is a basic literature list for medicine education.

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