On July 6th 2015 the Data Center helpdesk will be moved to 1B-21 in the B-wing of the VU main campus building.
The European Commission has launched a Pilot to fund open access publications for finalized FP7 projects.
Due to maintenance to one of our depots a part of the books of the Special Collections is temporarily not available. We expect the works to be available again on Tuesday 9 June. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Thursday 14 May, Friday 15 May and Monday 25 May
The University Library recently started a pilot with Brill that allows VU researchers to publish their articles without Article Processing Charges (APC’s) in Open Access.
The schedule for stack requests is changing per May, 1. You will receive an email notification as soon as the requested items are available.
The University Library will be closed on 27 April, King’s Day, and Liberation Day, 5 May.
VU University Library will be closed from Friday 3 - Monday 6 April 2015.
Are you a motivated student looking to broaden your horizons and gain a more in-depth perspective on your own field? Ready to meet like-minded students? The Honours Programme could be exactly what you’re looking for!
Are you writing a project proposal for NWO and having difficulty filling the NWO data management section? The UL can help!
Making an Interlibrary Loan request via VU e-link is possible again.
From Monday 2 March the access to e-books and e-journals improve significantly.
On February 12 the House of Representatives adopted an amendment which secures Open Access in the Copyright Act.
Recently the digital versions of the Topographische en Militaire kaart van het Koningrijk der Nederlanden have been added to the Historical Maps section of the Image Database.
To encourage VU and VUmc researchers to publish in Open Access, the University Library has made arrangements with four publishers offering VU and VUmc scientists a discount on publication costs, and in some cases the possibility of publishing free of charge, in 2015.