Peer Point Tour 2019

9 May 2019

Peer Point has been on tour the past few month, visiting UM faculties and having promotional stands at the University Library locations. A lot of students visited our stand. Some knew Peer Point already, some didn’t and were happy to become acquainted with this helpful service.

Lorena Ortiz Cabrero, member of UM Library’s Peer Point team

Lorena Ortiz Cabrero, member of UM Library’s Peer Point team

We promoted our service to the students from the Faculty of Law (FL), the School of Business and Economics (SBE), the Faculty of Health, Medicine & Life Sciences (FHML), the Faculty of Psychology & Neurosciences (FPN), the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS), the Maastricht Science Programme (MSP) and both the Randwyck and Inner City Libraries.


Not yet familiar with Peer Point?

Peer Point is a service that focuses on helping students find literature for their papers and checking the structure and referencing of their papers. The Peer Point team consists of students, making it a peer-to-peer service.

In case you missed the tour, or if you have a question on the service or the paper you’re writing, come visit us! We usually have two sessions a day, one in the Inner City Library and the other one at the Randwyck Library.

Check out our Peer Point Facebook page for more information and tips. Or email us at

See you there!

Author: Esther Beinema, Member of the UM Library’s Peer Point team





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