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Now 20000 theses of VU students full text available online


Students can consult theses and publish them in the Online Database of the University Library

National plan Open Science presented


100% open access in 2020, research data facilitating optimal reuse of research data, integrating open science in the evaluation and reward systems (SEP) and good support.

66 additional UL study places at 13th floor


On Monday 20 February the University Library will open a new study area with 66 additional places for students on the 13th floor, Main Building, B wing. This Monday the first 66 students will be treated to delicious muffins.

Short disruption in Library System LibSearch Sun 5-2 until 2pm


Due to worldwide maintenance the Library systems LibSearch and Self Service will not be accessible on campus, home or elsewhere on Sunday 5 February, from 6am until 2pm

Strategic Plan University Library 2017-2020


Hotspot for Content II Stewardship of Academic Content & Scholarly Communication

Medical Library open on Sunday 5, 12 and 26 February


The Medical Library will be open on Sunday 5, 12 and 26 February from 10 am until 6 pm

Academic heritage more relevant than ever


Speech Martin Luther King Jr. : “We shall overcome, ....”

New functionality in BrowZine: My Articles


Now it is possible to store relevant articles in your own collections in BrowZine

Pick up of reservation @UL available again


The software failure is solved.

Academic heritage - ARP-posters from last century


With the foreign and domestic political elections abundantly in the news you will find an exhibition of election posters from the archive of the Anti Revolutionary Party (ARP) in the heritage showcases of the University Library

Extended opening hours University Library previous to exam periods


So feel free to study at the University Library!

VU Research Portal: new development VU


Early 2017 an important change will take place that affects the way researchers of the VU can register and store their research output, and in the way research of the VU can be accessed

Open Access publishing now possible in more Elsevier journals


Corresponding authors of VU and VUmc can now publish Open Access in a selection of 276 of Elsevier titles, at no additional cost to the individual researcher.

Seminar ‘How to publish a worldclass paper’ a great success


On Thursday 10 November 2016 the University Library organized the second edition of the seminar ‘How to publish a world class paper’. Again it was a great success.

Information on open access publishing deals on Dutch National website improved


The new page Publisher agreements on openaccess.nl gives an overview of the open access deals between Dutch universities and publishers of academic journals

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