Evidence Based Acquisition deal: your participation is welcome

Evidence Based Acquisition deal: your participation is welcome

Try the Taylor & Francis e-books collection made available for all UM members by using Evidence Based Acquisition ... Read More
OER Myth-busting

OER myth-busting

Do you think OER are hard to find or not applicable for your education? Then it is about time to debunk some myths about these free and open resources ... Read More
blackhole of books

Using your own publications in education

Interested in using your own (OA) publications for educational purposes or what to pay attention to if you create your own educational? ... Read More
reusing and adapting material

OER as the alternative

No budget for more resources? Or curious about how to find and (re)use open educational material next to licensed resources? ... Read More
Call to action: join the edusources project

Call to action: join the edusources project

Sharing your learning materials is easier than you think. Want to try? Join us in the edusources project ... Read More
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Open Education in practice

OER offers the opportunity to make education more accessible and collaborative. Find out about how UM colleagues embed open education in their daily practice ... Read More
Campus wide license Overleaf LaTeX editor

Campus wide license Overleaf LaTeX editor

Do you want to share your LaTeX documents with an unlimited number of collaborators? Or do you want to save time by co-writing in an editor with full document history and integration with reference managers and Github? Try Overleaf Professional! ... Read More
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 ... Read More
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! ... Read More
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 ... Read More
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 ... Read More
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 ... Read More