The UB offers a growing number of services to support research and education. Are you seeking our expertise on a specific subject? Find your way with this overview and meet our experts.
Head of department drs. Ane van der Leij (050) 363 5026 a.w.van.der.leij rug.nl
Head of department Raquel Raj (050) 363 5846 r.l.raj rug.nl
Meet our experts
On a regular basis, our experts explain in an interview how they can help you:
"There are new developments in scholarly communication almost every day, some of which, for example Plan S, have an enormous impact on the scientific community. We are here to help researchers find their way in this ever-changing and complex area."
"I am here to support our academic community in measuring and optimizing their research impact and exploring potential collaborations or research trends."
"We provide researchers with tailored advice on which bibliographic management programme is best suited to their specific research."
“University of Groningen Press combines traditional library expertise with advice on the latest publication trends and tailor-made technological support for academic editors and authors."
"An ORCID iD unambiguously links you to your publications. This makes your work more visible. My tip: add your ORCID iD to Pure for easy synchronisation of your research activities".
“Open Educational Resources become more prominent in higher education. They facilitate a quicker transition to online teaching, help educators to create innovative resources while taking into account students’ needs and learning goals.”
"Every year, more than 10,000 publications by UG authors pass through our hands. We continuously improve Pure to increase the findability of research results and to relieve researchers as much as possible in the registration of their research output."
"As license manager, I organize and take care of the library’s digital collections. Users often think that online information is available for free, but a lot goes into making the necessary resources and databases available and a lot of money is involved."
“Our most important task at the Special Collections is to support the research and teaching at the UG. We supply materials for the support of lectures and seminars, collaborate on exhibitions, including digital ones, and process acquisition suggestions for the collection.”
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