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Laatste nummer van Pictogram verschenen
Published on:17 July 2019

Deze week is het allerlaatste nummer verschenen van Pictogram, het ICT-magazine van de RUG, gezamenlijk uitgegeven door de Universiteitsbibliotheek en het Centrum voor Informatietechnologie (CIT).

Call for contributions: Open Science research practices
Published on:10 July 2019

Call for contributions: Open Science research practices, symposium on 22 Oct

Restored access Royal Society of Chemistry
Published on:04 July 2019

Access Royal Society of Chemistry

The UG libraries in the summer of 2019
Published on:02 July 2019

The UG libraries in the summer of 2018

Meet Giulia Trentacosti, Open Access and Scholarly Communication Specialist
Published on:01 July 2019

Meet Giulia Trentacosti, Open Access and Scholarly Communication Specialist and the University of Groningen Library.

Read what a UG researcher says about the University Library's open access team
Published on:01 July 2019

Testimonial Drs Frank Streefland

Submit compulsory literature University Library
Published on:27 June 2019

Compulsory literature University Library seminar shelves

Overhandiging eerste exemplaar Atlas Acker Stratingh aan loco-Commissaris van de Koning
Published on:21 May 2019

Overhandiging eerste exemplaar Atlas Acker Stratingh

Comply with the GDPR and improve the quality of your research
Published on:20 May 2019

Learn how Data Protection Impact Assessments may help you to comply with the GDPR and add up to the quality of your research.

Virtual exhibitions Special Collections
Published on:15 May 2019

Virtual exhibitions Special Collections

Improve the visibility of your research with the new Impact learning portal
Published on:03 May 2019

At learnimpact.rug.nl you will find step-by-step tutorials and showcases to help you get the most out of your research with Altmetric and SciVal. The Impact quiz will take you through 10 quick questions in order to check if you have everything you need to be findable, visible and impact-ready.

License for APA PsycTHERAPY ends on January 1, 2020
Published on:16 April 2019

License for APA PsycTHERAPY ends on January 1, 2020

Fellowship Helmuth Plessner
Published on:08 April 2019

Fellowship Helmuth Plessner

New: open access books at University of Groningen Press
Published on:04 April 2019

Since April 2019, UGP also publishes books and series.

New: Art Theorists of the Italian Renaissance
Published on:03 April 2019
Art Theorists of the Italian Renaissance
More than 50 UG-articles published open access under 'Taverne'
Published on:21 March 2019

More than 50 UG-articles published open access under 'Taverne'

Trial Chicago Manual of Style
Published on:20 March 2019

Trial Chicago Manual of Style

New: Sage Research Methods Online
Published on:19 March 2019

New: Sage Research Methods Online

Rectores Magnifici share scientific articles in open access
Published on:11 March 2019

The most recent scientific articles from the Rectores Magnifici of Dutch universities (also UG) will soon be available online to the general, international public for free. By doing so, the rectors aim to set a good example for all researchers in the Netherlands. The articles will be shared via the university repositories.

Cambridge Elements: key topics arts & sciences
Published on:05 March 2019

Cambridge elements

Opening 'Groninger Vrouwengalerij' in UL City Centre
Published on:01 March 2019

International Women’s Day marks the launch of the Groninger Vrouwengalerij, a portrait gallery that tells the stories of 50 remarkable women from Groningen’s past, both online and in person. The Groninger Vrouwengalerij will be touring the province of Groningen in the form of an exhibition. First stop: the University Library City Centre in Groningen.

News sources and newspapers via Nexis Uni (formerly Lexis Nexis)
Published on:21 February 2019

Lexis Nexis becomes Nexis Uni

Alle dissertaties digitaal in 2018
Published on:19 February 2019

Alle proefschriften van 2018 (507 in totaal) zijn te vinden via de RUG-onderzoeksdatabase.

Symposium Early Modern Media, 22 March 2019
Published on:14 February 2019

On 22 March, the symposium 'New Perspectives on Early Modern Media and the Book Business in Europe' will take place in the University Library. During this symposium, three new publications on this topic will be presented by their authors: Andrew Pettegree and Arthur der Weduwen, Heiko Droste, and Joop Koopmans. Moreover, relevant material from the Special Collections department of the University Library will be on display.

European Journal of Life Writing joins UGP
Published on:11 February 2019

European Journal of Life Writing joins UGP

Dutch universities give open access another boost
Published on:31 January 2019

The Dutch universities will give open access an extra boost from 2019 by starting a pilot to make publications available after six months in collaboration with researchers.

Borrowing from other libraries will change
Published on:30 January 2019

Borrowing from other libraries will change ILL interlibrary loan

Plan S - Information for researchers
Published on:30 January 2019

Plan S - Information for UG and UMCG researchers available on new website.

Paleo-Aktueel available at University of Groningen Press
Published on:29 January 2019

Paleo-Aktueel available at University of Groningen Press

Lecture series: 'City & University'
Published on:23 January 2019

The University of Groningen (UG) is organising an interesting series of lectures in the University Library City Centre. Once a month between January and May 2019, a lecture will be held about a special UG professor or UG student and their ties with Groningen. Admission to the lectures is free and everyone is welcome. Note: the lectures are Dutch only.

Contemplation room at UB City Centre opens
Published on:18 January 2019

There is now a contemplation room available at the UB City Centre.

French attention for our Special Collections
Published on:09 January 2019

The Société bibliographique de France, a French society of book researchers and book historians, interviewed our curator Alisa van de Haar about the Groningen Special Collections department. In the (French language) interview, Van de Haar talks about the history of the collection and the most important challenges for the future. Also, she highlights a number of top pieces from the Special Collections.

Springer Nature OA deal momentarily suspended until end of 2018
Published on:18 December 2018

Springer Nature open access deal momentarily suspended until end of 2018

Photo report: The treasures of the University Library
Published on:07 December 2018

In the Magazine on the UG website, a nice story was published about the treasures of our Special Collections department. With awesome pictures!

New special issue Stem- Spraak en Taalpathologie
Published on:07 December 2018

Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie has published a new special issue "Research Tutorials by Dutch-speaking researchers abroad, part II ".

Trial Chinese journals
Published on:28 November 2018

Trial Chinese journals

1000th gift by Mr. Jan Noorlandt
Published on:23 November 2018

On 22 November 2018, Mr. Jan Noorlandt came to the University Library to personally hand over his 1000th gift to the library: a beautifully illustrated 1927 edition of the book 'Wout de scheepsjongen' by W.G. van de Hulst. On behalf of the Special Collections department, curator Alisa van de Haar received the book.

A remarkable new addition to our Special Collections
Published on:22 November 2018

Recently, the University Library received a large collection of books from the legacy of prof. Stefan Radt (1927-2017). The first book to be catalogued turned out to be a very special item: an edition of Zeitgedicht MCMXXXIX by Wolf Kilian.

Movie screening "Paywall. The business of scholarship"
Published on:20 November 2018

Screening: Paywall. The business of scholarschip 21 November

UG access to MethodsNow
Published on:06 November 2018

UG acces to MethodsNow

Trial Bentham Science
Published on:06 November 2018

Trial Bentham Science

Geslaagde publieksactiviteiten Bijzondere Collecties
Published on:25 October 2018

De afdeling Bijzondere Collecties van de Universiteitsbibliotheek Groningen deed dezer dagen flink van zich spreken.

De aftrap van de nieuwe reeks Schatten uit de Universiteitsbibliotheek, lezingen over Bijzondere Collecties en het symposium ARTisBOOK, die respectievelijk op 18 en 19 oktober in de UB Binnenstad plaatsvonden, waren een groot succes. Op beide evenementen kwamen 60 tot 70 geïnteresseerden van binnen en buiten de RUG af, de Jantina Tammeszaal was afgeladen. De sprekers hadden mooie, gevarieerde bijdragen, de bezoekers waren enthousiast over het prachtige 15de- en 20ste-eeuwse erfgoed van de UB dat te zien was.

New Journal in UGP: Theologia Reformata
Published on:19 October 2018
This Dutch quarterly journal for Reformed Theology offers scholarly articles, a meditation, a reflection on current affairs in church and theology, focus articles on important publications, book reviews and book announcements.
Recent
issues are only accessible for subscribers. The older issues are open access available through UGP.
Guest lecture and workshop: Open research, co-creation and impact
Published on:17 October 2018

How can you systemize your knowledge and expertise around co-creation, open science and impact to enhance your reputation as researcher and your influence at the personal and institutional level? Lectures and workshops by Prof. Nicol Keith 30 and 31 October

ORCID now displayed on personal UG-profile page
Published on:26 September 2018

The author’s ID ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is now visible on the profile pages of UG-staff.

Pure instruction for researchers October 18th
Published on:26 September 2018

On Thursday October 18th the Pure support team organizes a Pure instruction for researchers at the University Library from 10.30 till 11.30 am. Pure is the research registration system of the University of Groningen (UG). Pure is the main source for the presentation of all research output of the university. The data in Pure form the basis for the list of publications on your profile page. The data in Pure are also used for visitations and other reports. All UG-researchers are expected to register their research output in Pure.

During the meeting on October 18th the basics of working with Pure will be demonstrated. Furthermore there’s the opportunity to try out working with Pure, as well as asking Pure-related questions. Depending on the attendants this meeting will be conducted in either Dutch or English.

To sign up for this instruction, please send an email to pure@rug.nl. The next Pure instruction after October will be on Thursday January 31st 2019.

All recent dissertations digitally available
Published on:28 August 2018

All recent dissertations digital

Requesting books via the Library app is possible again
Published on:16 August 2018

Requesting or reserving books through the Library app is possible again at this moment. Checking your loans and possible fines still works correctly.

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