News from DTU Library

06 NOV

DTU Findit now offers advanced search - in a beta test

You can now specify an even more precise search in DTU Findit. Click “Advanced Search Beta” to search on various data elements as a document's DOI or a particular author...

31 OCT

What is new in DTU Library, Lyngby?

"There's more to it than meets the eye"

27 OCT

How can DTU researchers boost their visibility with Open Access?

One simple answer: Send your post-prints to DTU Orbit

26 OCT

Open Access – what’s in it for DTU researchers?

The benefits of Open Access are numerous - greater visibility, easier dissemination of research, recognition and acclaim, more citations, new network opportunities are...

25 OCT

DTU Library in Lyngby will open again on Monday, October 30, 2017

After almost four long months, we will open the doors again on Monday at. 8.00

25 OCT

Funder requirements on Open Access

International funders, EU Framework Programmes and major Danish research councils all have Open Access publishing requirements

24 OCT

Open Access - green or gold?

Open Access is about providing free access to scientific publications - and still more research is released Open Access. But how do you best publish your research Open...

23 OCT

Open Access week! Release your research – boost your visibility

Did you know that this week is the International Open Access Week? DTU Library mark the week by focusing on Open Access

06 OCT

Borrow a 360-degree camera and create your own virtual reality recordings

DTU Library offers a new service where you can borrow a Samsungs Gear 360 camera and record your own 360-degree videos.

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