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Primal Pictures is a well-known publisher of anatomy CD-ROMs. Until 15 June we have access to their online anatomy program 'Anatomy.tv'
AUAS stimulates its researchers to make publications available and findable to anyone. The Library is nationally met with appreciation for establishing an Open Access fund, among other things, which in many cases can ...
Don't be faced by a closed door. See the holiday closures and know beforehand when your library is closed.
From April onwards, all researchers at AUAS can securely store and share their data in AMS based on Figshare.
‘With AmsterData Management System you always have access to your research data, wherever you are – at work, at home and also abroad,” says Hilde van Wijngaarden. As the programme manager for Library Services for ...
HvA Library now has a new version of ‘Visible Body’, the digital anatomical atlas, with all kinds of new features such as cross sections and CT scans of the human body.
The AUAS Library, too, considers open access important.
The Library offers trial access to the archives of three important fashion journals:
Are you interested in publishing in open acces? Then come to one or more of the seminars during the International Open Access Week 2016. From Monday 24 until Thursday 27 October various speakers are sharing their ...
There are many actions researchers can take to increase the openness and reproducibility of their work. Please join us (1 November 13-16) for a workshop, hosted by the Center for Open Science, to learn easy, ...
There is a significantly improved version of RefWorks, the software to help you manage your references.
As of autumn 2016, researchers can register data on their publications and other research output in Pure.
As of late 2016, the Library will provide a central research data management (RDM) service for UvA/HvA researchers to store, share and publish data securely. This summer sees the start of the implementation of the ...
Soon you will find two new functions in our search engine CataloguePlus which enable you to check how much and which impact a certain book or article has had.
How do researchers in the Netherlands think about research data management? The National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is doing a survey and is looking for respondents.
The databases to which the HvA Library has a subscription are now shown in a neat list at databanken.bibliotheek.hva.nl/en/
Now via the website of the HvA Library: the databases Scopus and Web of Science. Discover the impact factor of a journal or an article
The Library's Smart Searching videos are now available to non-Dutch students. Watch the videos on our website.