- No new agreement with Royal Society of Chemistry and a new agreement with SpringerAs you may know, the VSNU (the association of universities in the Netherlands) has been negotiating with publishers on behalf of the Dutch universities since 2014, about access to scientific journals on the one hand and open-access publishing in these journals on the other. VSNU’s main goal is new agreements that make the transition to open access possible. We are in favour of this approach: The results of publicly funded research should be openly accessible.Tue 13 Mar 2018Read more
- Planzelf EnterprisePlanzelf is an appointment system in which a third party (e.g. students) can easily make an appointment with an employee of the UT.
Planzelf gives UT employees (users of Microsoft Outlook / Microsoft Exchange) the opportunity to open their agenda to a certain extent for third parties. Third parties are students in this case, but they can also be external relations. These third parties are then given limited access to the agenda of the employee and can make a proposal for an appointment. Appointment requests from colleagues or from third parties look identical. This also applies to the settlement of the agreements.
The employee who wishes to use Planzelf can register via this link in the LISA Self Service portal.
More information about Planzelf can be found in the Products and manuals of LISA.Wed 21 Feb 2018Read more
- No new agreement with Royal Society of Chemistry and a new agreement with Springer
- Planzelf Enterprise
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