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Research Café 12: Digital Humanities

Research Café 12: Digital Humanities

The Research Cafés are informal meetings, organized by the libraries of the UPC, to learn about and enhance the visibility of the University's research staff projects. Doctoral students, postdocs, academic staff and other members of

Libraries with Healthy Week 2024

Libraries with Healthy Week 2024

The libraries of the UPC they actively participate in the organization of the Healthy Week UPC which this year is celebrated from April 15 to 19. Some of the activities we have prepared are:

Partial exams: extended timetables

Partial exams: extended timetables

On the weekend of April 6 and 7, some libraries will remain open:

New transformative agreement with SPIE

New transformative agreement with SPIE

The Library Service has signed a transformative agreement for 2024 with the publishing Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) that allows corresponding authors of the UPC publish in open access in the journals edited by this publishing house at no cost.

SPIE Digital Library

SPIE Digital Library

New 2024 subscription to the Digital Library of SPIE, the most extensive optics and photonics resource available, providing unprecedented access to technical publications from SPIE journals, proceedings and conference presentations from SPIE Press from 1962 to actuality

Series of lectures: technicalA

Series of lectures: technicalA

We invite you to the V edition de technicianA, cycle of conferences organized on the occasion of March 8, with the aim of publicizing projects pr

BIBtips are back! Match your TFE

BIBtips are back! Match your TFE

What are the BIBtypes?

What are diamond magazines and where to find them

What are diamond magazines and where to find them

The diamond magazines they are open access journals that do not charge either the authors or the readers but are subsidized by scientific societies, universities, etc. Therefore, they have no financial barriers either to access or to publish.

Datasets built into DRAC are visible in FUTUR

Datasets built into DRAC are visible in FUTUR

The datasets incorporated in DRAC are now visible in the portal FUTUR. Datasets can be hosted in the CSUC's CORA.RDR repository or in other trusted data repositories that ensure long-term information availability, such as Zenodo, DIGITAL.CSIC or others.

Workshops for PDI and PhD students

Workshops for PDI and PhD students

Free workshops for PDI and PhD students organized by the libraries and the Institute of Education Sciences of the UPC. The workshops follow an itinerary made up of 9 different courses: