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How can I book a group work room in Campus library Diepenbeek?
Campus library Diepenbeek provides 10 group work rooms: 6 open group work rooms (that are freely accessible) and 4 closed group work rooms (that need to be booked). The open group work rooms have 6 seats; the closed group work rooms 8.
UHasselt students can book a group work room via the following webpage: https://bibliotheek.uhasselt.be/en/group-work-rooms.
How can I print from my own portable?
You find more information about this topic on the IT web pages: https://www.uhasselt.be/en/info-for/current-students/facilities-and-services/printing-service
How do I get remote access? (VPN or EZproxy)
You find more information about VPN and EZproxy on the web page Accessibility from a distance.
How do I request a book or an article from another library? (Interlibrary loan)
You find more information about interlibrary loan (ILL) on the web page Requesting books/articles from other libraries.
How does the purchasing procedure look like?
You find more information about the purchasing procedure on the web page Purchasing procedure.
How do I find the information I want/need?
How do you find scientific publications in the most important information sources Hasselt University has to offer? Learn more about the UHasselt Discovery Service, the A-to-Z list of e-journals and e-books, the library catalogue, the several databases and the Document Server in module 3 of the information literacy course.
How do I formulate a good search query?
Which search terms do you have to use and how can you combine these search terms? Learn more about this topic in module 2 of the information literacy course.
What is the UHasselt Discovery Service?
The UHasselt Discovery Service is an integrated search system for nearly all the resources Hasselt University has access to: library catalogue, subscription databases, open access databases, e-journal packages, e-book packages, etc. You find more information about the UHasselt Discovery Service in module 3 of the information literacy course.
Where do I find information about the (Anet-) library catalogue?
The (Anet-) library catalogue is a collective catalogue. It consists of the catalogues of about twenty libraries including the libraries of Hasselt University and the University of Antwerp. Note: only search results in bold are in the Hasselt University library collection! You find more information about the library catalogue in module 3 of the information literacy course.
Where do I find tutorials for individual databases?
A few tutorials were bundled on the web page Instruction manuals.
How long does my library card and my account for Maastricht University remain valid and who can I contact in case of problems?
Law students (bachelors, masters, PhD students) and Biomedical Sciences students (masters, PhD students) will receive by email their UM student number + password, to consult the e-sources to which UMaastricht subscribes, at the beginning of their (first) academic year. The UM login data will remain valid as long as the students are affiliated with Hasselt University.
In case of problems with the UM login details: contact Servicedesk-ICTS@maastrichtuniversity.nl or
. 0031(0)43 388 5555
Students who want physical access to the library of Maastricht University can request a UM library card via firstname.lastname@example.org accompanied by their date of birth and a passport photo. Tip: a passport photo can always be found in the UHasselt student file - via E-id.
What is the Document Server@UHasselt?
The repository Document Server@UHasselt contains the scientific output of Hasselt University.
Where and how can I submit my UHasselt publication(s)?
Where can I submit my UHasselt publication(s)?
Go to the website of the Document Server@UHasselt and submit your publication(s) by clicking on Submit in the navigation bar.
When your submission has been successfully entered into the DSpace system, the library will control the quality of the metadata. You will receive e-mail notification
as soon as your item has been approved, or if for some reason there is a problem with your submission.
Note the following:
- Always make sure that all the necessary metadata fields are filled in. You can check this using the “checklist for new submissions in the Document Server” (xls). If possible, the full text and/or the link to the published version are added.
- If you want to make changes to (one of) your submitted records, you can contact Eline Schoeters or Hilde Cleeren
- Publications from the Web of Science are imported automatically by the library.
How can I submit my UHasselt publication(s)?
You can find more information about how to submit publications in the Document Server@UHasselt on the following webpage: https://bibliotheek.uhasselt.be/en/help-page-document-serveruhasselt
How can I export my UHasselt publications to FWO?
More information can be found on the following page.
How to import your publications from the Document Server into your ORCID profile?
You can import your publications from the Document Server into your ORCID profile following some simple steps described in the following manual.
How do I set up an alert?
More and more databases offer a personalized environment, which you can use to set up alerts to new publications. There are TOC-alerts, search-alerts and citation alerts. You can also set up alerts to new titles in the library-catalogue. You find more information in module 4 of the information literacy course.
Where do I find information about bibliographic software?
You find more information about bibliographic software in module 4 of the information literacy course.
How do I apply for an ISBN?