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Saturday 16 February: UL City Centre closed!
Published on:15 February 2019

The University Library City Centre will be closed on Saturday 16 February 2019, due to maintenance on the electrical installations in the building.
Our apologies for this inconvenience!

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.

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

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

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

Borrowing from other libraries will change ILL interlibrary loan

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.

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