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Learn about the FAIR principles for Research Data Management

Learn about the FAIR principles for Research Data Management

FAIR data (Findable, Accessible, Reusable, Interoperable) means human-friendly and machine-friendly data. Do you want to know more about how to implement the FAIR principles for research data management (RDM)? Then watch this instruction video made by Pedro Hernandez Serrano, an RDM specialist at Maastricht University Library ... Keep reading
Library+ Education update – January 2022

Library+ Education update – January 2022

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Do you OER already?

Do you OER already?

Whether you are a student or faculty member, Open Educational Resources (OER) can greatly benefit you during your time at Maastricht University. Do you use or share OER already? Please, accept our invitation to share your experiences ... Keep reading
Where history meets modern

Where history meets modern

In several research-based learning programmes, we facilitate students from various colleges to use the Special Collections in Wikipedia activities. Proud to share our publication on this! ... Keep reading
DataHub sprint review

DataHub sprint review

Join the next DataHub sprint review with sprint goal "Get ready to customize your metadata in Maastricht Data Repository” ... Keep reading
FAIR Essentials Course

FAIR Essentials Course

As a researcher, you have probably heard about the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles. Nevertheless, how do you make research data FAIR? Sign up for this hands-on training on 8 February 2022 and learn what FAIR is and what it means for different disciplines ... Keep reading
UM Library presents new e-books collection on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

UM Library presents new e-books collection on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

The University Library wants to contribute to a diverse and inclusive UM and presents the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Collection of IGI Global that is open for use via the library ... Keep reading
Looking back on the last RDM Experts Community meeting of 2021

Looking back on the last RDM Experts Community meeting of 2021

On 14 December, we organised the last Research Data Management (RDM) Experts Community meeting of 2021 for RDM support professionals from Maastricht University and MUMC+. The program consisted of a demo of the Ldot Application by David Moonen from MEMIC and a presentation on the REDSUM project by FASoS. ... Keep reading
Students seen on back making exam on chromebooks: Chamin Panapala

New workshops on digital assessment

Are you new to TestVision? Or has it been a while since your previous exam, and would you like to freshen up your skills? The Digital Exams team will again be hosting workshops and sessions about digital exams ... Keep reading
About data and helplines for finding them

About data and helplines for finding them

Are you looking for data, but no idea where and how to start? No need to worry! The library has some helplines for you when preparing for your thesis and projects ... Keep reading
New: access to the online resource UN-iLibrary

New: access to the online resource UN-iLibrary

The UN-iLibrary is the comprehensive global search, discovery, and viewing source for digital content created by the United Nations.  ... Keep reading
Looking back at 2021: Implementing and following up on Generic Research Data Management Trainings

Looking back at 2021: Implementing and following up on Generic Research Data Management Trainings

In winter 2019, the Introduction to Research Data Management (RDM) course was part of the University Library's RDM and FAIR data workshops (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable). Since then, a cyberattack and global pandemic have taken place, which led us to reinvent the existing RDM module and create new ones ... Keep reading
NPOS2030 Ambition Consultation

The Netherlands National Program Open Science (NPOS) needs your help

The National Programme Open Science (NPOS), in which UM is also participating, has set up an Open Consultation to allow you to reflect on the NPOS2030 Ambitions. Find out more about the NPOS2030 Ambition Document and the link to the consultation ... Keep reading
RDM Experts Community Meeting

RDM Experts Community Meeting

We are happy to announce the last RDM experts meeting for this calendar year! Our meeting will take place on 14 December 2021 from 15:30 to 17:00. Unfortunately, the current health situation has taken us back to the online environment. We nonetheless hope to have an exciting afternoon ... Keep reading
Library+ Education update - November 2021

Library+ Education update – November 2021

Library+ Education update - November 2021 ... Keep reading
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(Re)design your education!

Did the last 1.5 years made you re-think the way you design and deliver your courses? Apply for a place in the first UM Community of Practice on Education! ... Keep reading
Call for proposals EPIC open

Call for proposals EPIC open

Are you an educational pioneer or innovator? We would like to invite you to submit your proposals for EPIC: a three day conference on educational innovation organised by the Dutch Accelaration Plan! ... Keep reading
digital learning resources

A final goodbye to Reference List and new options in Keylinks

A year after the introduction of Keylinks as the new learning resources reference tool, we will say goodbye to the previous system as of 1 January 2022. Not yet acquainted or curious about new options? Learn all about Keylinks ... Keep reading
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Do-it-yourself studio ready to go

The do-it-yourself studio at the Inner City Library is now open for use. Easy to use, professional quality and no editing required ... Keep reading
Adjustment of EndNote settings needed

Adjustment of EndNote settings needed

At the beginning of November 2021 the University Library has updated the way of getting access to their databases. All users of EndNote need to manually adjust one setting ... Keep reading

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