Stay informed about closing days, activities, trial subscriptions, and the new databases, journals, and ebook packages in the University Library collection.
On Monday, 21st November, UHasselt will transition to the digital press database Belga.press. From now on, you will have access to the consolidated content of all Belgian news brands through this online news platform.
To help you write your Data Management Plan (DMP) using the tool DMPonline.be, you can now show the guidance from Hasselt University.
During the international Open Access Week 2022, the Belgian universities, in collaboration with the Royal Library, are organizing the event 'Open Science: connecting the actors', on November 21, 2022 in the Royal Library in Brussels.
Looking for enhanced focus? The flexible screen helps reduce external distractions, allowing for better concentration. For more information, inquire at the Campus Diepenbeek library desk.
The Research Data Management (RDM) team can provide guidance on data management planning, policies, best practices, tools, and more. You can directly approach them with your inquiries or refresh your data management knowledge through various (basic or advanced) RDM training sessions.
Describe your datasets in the metadata repository to have them displayed on your researcher profile and linked to your publications. You can upload your data in just 3 simple steps.
Since April 2019, Legidex's Legal Tech has been available to UHasselt students and academics through the Limburg Law Library.
On Tuesday, 1st March, introductory sessions will be held at Law Library Limburg for the PXL students of Legal Practice.
In need of relaxation? Starting now, as a UHasselt student, you can borrow not only outdoor games but also board games.
From 14th to 18th February, we will be celebrating the International Love Data Week! At Hasselt University, this week will focus on managing sensitive data (such as personal, confidential, genetic, etc.) during and after a research project.
Explore our selection of e-books, freely accessible to both UHasselt students and staff, both on and off campus.
Karger has granted the University of Hasselt full-text access to the Fast Facts e-book collection. This collection encompasses over 100 highly readable books filled with clear and pertinent information about specific medical conditions.