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
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.
The new page Publisher agreements on openaccess.nl gives an overview of the open access deals between Dutch universities and publishers of academic journals
CLUE + proudly presents the proceedings of the 3rd International Landscape Archaeology Conference (LAC2014).
The Dutch universities have been in negotiation with publishing house Wolters Kluwer for some time now to secure open access to academic publications by law scholars affiliated with universities in the Netherlands. Regrettably, no deal could be reached for the coming period.
Everything you always wanted to know about scientific publishing.
And feel free to study at the University Library
Interested in Open Access publishing? Join one or more lunchtime seminars during the International Open Access week 2016, Monday 24, Tuesday 25 and Thursday 27 October, 12:00-13:00 pm.
A course on HPC for researchers and PhD students at the VU will start on Monday October 3 and is given in six sessions.
As a starting 1st year student you are going to need the services and products of the University Library (UL).
A special discovery for the University Library: a set of dia-slides, depicting protesting VU-students at the end of the 1970’s and beginning of the 1980’s.
The University Library has signed a new agreement with Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI).
On Saturday July 30th websites of the VU will be available to a decreased level between 9 am and 4 pm and not available between 9.55 – 11.55 am and 1.10 – 15.10 pm. This also applies to the site of the University Library.
De VSNU en uitgever Taylor & Francis Group zijn tot een akkoord gekomen over Open Access.
The VSNU has reached an agreement with Walter de Gruyter about Open Access publishing.