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Elsevier read and publish license extended by 6 months

Maastricht University students and researchers will have continued access to Elsevier articles behind a paywall (subscriptions) and UM researchers can publish their articles open access without extra costs (APC) in almost 400 Elsevier journals for another six months ... Keep reading
What journal to publish in (3) – Open Access

What journal to publish in (3) – Open Access

This post about Open Access is the third in a short series about selecting the best journal to publish in and some of the options to consider. UM Library supports researchers in this task. Learn more about selecting journals, article processing charges and the journal browser ... Keep reading
What journal to publish in (2) – The Journal Impact Factor

What journal to publish in (2) – The Journal Impact Factor

This post about the Journal Impact Factor (JIF) is the second post in a short series about selecting the best journal to publish in and the way Maastricht University Library supports UM researchers with this task ... Keep reading
What journal to publish in (1) – Selection criteria

What journal to publish in (1) – Selection criteria

In a short series about selecting the best journal to publish in, we will cover some of the options to consider. And the way Maastricht University Library supports UM researchers with this task. This is the first post in the series ... 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
UM Journal Browser

UM Journal Browser

Find a journal to publish in: the Journal Browser contains all Open Access journals and the journals Maastricht University subscribes to. Find information about Open Access deals and Article Processing Charges (APC) Maastricht University researchers can make use of. ... Keep reading

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