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Open Access increases the impact of scientific research

An interview with Henk van den Hoogen (programme manager for Research Support at the University Library) about the advantage of Open Access publishing compared to the traditional way, behind a paywall. “Open Access publishing pays off by generating more impact for your research”, he says ... Keep reading
Connecting through FAIR Data

FAIR essentials workshop – 10 February 2021

Are you curious about the FAIR research principles? Do you want to know how to apply them to your own research? Join us on 10 February 2021 for a day of full FAIR hands-on training ... Keep reading
The second RDM community experts meeting - 9 February 2021

The second RDM community experts meeting – 9 February 2021

Our team of data stewards organises a Research Data Management experts meeting every second Tuesday of the month. Join us for our next meeting on 9 February 2021 ... Keep reading
FAIR Coffee

The FAIR Coffee lecture – 26 January 2021

On 26 January, the Open Science Community and CDDI are organising the first FAIR Coffee Event at Maastricht University ... Keep reading
Pure news and updates

Change of sender address of Pure alerts and updates

The sender address of the Pure alerts and updates has changed to ub-pure@maastrichtuniversity.nl. This change of address ensures that these PURE messages can nog longer be identified as spam, which sometimes happened in the past. ... Keep reading
The Dutch Research Council (NWO) launches Open Science Fund

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) launches Open Science Fund

The Dutch Research Council (NWO) has introduced a new funding instrument to stimulate Open Science ... Keep reading
Open Access -Publishing Checklist

OA Publishing Checklist | Open Access Tip

A checklist for Maastricht University (UM) and Maastricht University Medical Centre (MUMC+) researchers who want to publish Open Access article using the services of the University Library ... Keep reading
Open Access -You share we take care

Share your articles legally via “You share, we take care!” | Open Access Tip

Sign up for “You share. we take care!“, a University Library service to share all your peer-reviewed articles legally. Open Access tip - Maastricht University Library ... Keep reading
Open Science ambassador in the spotlight: Dennie Hebels

Open Science ambassador in the spotlight: Dennie Hebels

Open Access week 2020: the University Library presents an interactive video with Open Science ambassador Dennie Hebels about the Open Science Community (OSC) Maastricht and his experiences with ORCID, Research Data Management and Open Access publishing ... Keep reading
Onderzoeksdiensten: wie geef je toegang en hoe doe je dat? | Paul van Schayck in SURF magazine (Dutch)

Onderzoeksdiensten: wie geef je toegang en hoe doe je dat? | Paul van Schayck in SURF magazine (Dutch)

Surf Magazine: SURF Research Access Management maakt het leven van onderzoekers makkelijker, met Paul van Schayck (PhD Maastricht University) over wie je toegang geeft tot onderzoekdiensten en hoe je dat doet. ... Keep reading
drop your data fair

Open Day on Open Science: Drop your data FAIR

The annual Open Day on Open Science with the theme “Drop your data FAIR” will take place on 24 September 2020 from 13.00 – 17.00 hours ... Keep reading
Limes Project

The Limes Summer School: introducing the basics of RDM to a multi-disciplinary team of researchers

The Research Data Management team of the University Library hosted an online Summer School Session for the LIMES Project and helped the participants to draft their Data Management Plans (DMP) using the new Maastricht University DMP template. ... Keep reading
DataHub-Disqover

Data catalogue DataHub enriched with COVID-19 data

DataHub is happy to announce that COVID-19 data is now available in the local DataHub DISQOVER instance ... Keep reading
Dennie Hebels (MERLN) received an Open Science Use Case Award

Dennie Hebels (MERLN) received an Open Science Use Case Award

Researchers Dennie Hebels (MERLN, Maastricht University) and Jan de Boer (Technical University Eindhoven) received an Open Science Use Case Award for their project cBiT: The Compendium for Biomaterial Transcriptomics. DOI:10.1016/j.biomaterials.2017.10.008 ... Keep reading
Pure Feature

Pure feature: discover attention for your publications with altmetrics

Altmetrics in Pure: Research Publications shows ‘Altmetric Donuts’ and ‘PlumX Prints’ for outputs. Read more about these new features and how you can use them for your UM and MUMC publications ... Keep reading
Pure news and updates

Personal information in Pure is up to date again

Personal data of UM employees in Pure are up to date again, and new employees can now log in ... Keep reading
VSNU Elsevier Deal 2020

Dutch research institutions and Elsevier agreed on a new extensive agreement

Read access to all publications in the scientific Elsevier journals and open access (OA) publication of peer-reviewed articles for UM & MUMC until 2025 ... Keep reading
VSNU Elsevier Deal 2020

Dutch research institutions and Elsevier: 1 May update

VSNU, NFU, NWO and Elsevier have agreed on a brief extension to finalise the agreement. For Maastricht University and MUMC+, this means that we continue to have access to all online Elsevier journals and that researchers do not pay APC for OA publishing in Elsevier journals until further notice. ... Keep reading
Public data sets in DataverseNL now also available via NARCIS

Public data sets in DataverseNL now also available via NARCIS

Published data sets in DataverseNL of UM/MUMC+ researchers have been made available through the Dutch research portal NARCIS recently. ... Keep reading
Free online course | Open Science: sharing your research with the world

Free online course | Open Science: sharing your research with the world

This MOOC covers an introduction to Open Science and the FAIR principles, open research data, open access to publications and how to increase research(ers) visibility and impact. The course starts on 6 May 2020 and takes 4 weeks (about 4 hours per week). The course is open to anyone and is completely free ... Keep reading
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