UM Journal Browser

 

The UM Journal Browser is derived from the national open access journal browser. You can see which journals offer open access publication and which arrangements (such as APC discounts) are in effect.

The Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU) (UM included) have negotiated deals with several publishers, as a result of which no Article Processing Charges (APCs) are due (100% discount). Local agreements between Maastricht University Library and publishers are also included in the browser.

 

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Five ways to increase the visibility of your research

By making your research more visible you could potentially open up future collaboration, job and publication opportunities, increase citations to your work and increase the number of people finding, reading and building on your work ... Keep reading
Looking back on OA seminar Publish with impact

Looking back on OA seminar Publish with impact

On Tuesday 24 October around 45 UM researchers participated in the University Library’s seminar ‘Publish with impact’ to celebrate the International Open Access Week 2017. Watch the video and presentations here ... Keep reading
Missionary of the open-access message

Missionary of the open-access message

According to Lisa Brüggen, professor of Financial Services at SBE, there is work to do, to create awareness of Open Access. ... Keep reading
"A solid review process is and will remain important"

“A solid review process is and will remain important”

In the context of the International Open Access Week, emeritus professor Gerjo Kok talks about his commitment to Open Access. Read the interview here ... Keep reading
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Reminder: NWO ends Open Access Incentive Fund as of 1 January 2018

PLEASE NOTE: Until 1 January 2018, researchers will still have the opportunity to submit requests for these funds. Prior financial commitments made to the fund remain valid. ... Keep reading
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