OPEN ACCESS SUBJECTS 2023-24

Call for the recognition of the publication of subjects in open access 2023-2024

Published on the electronic board of the URJC the Call for the recognition of the publication of subjects in open access 2023-2024, which is carried out at the Rey Juan Carlos University to promote the creation of quality open educational resources among teachers, and encourage their use in the subjects that these teachers teach. As a novelty, the open subjects that are published will be different in the Virtual Classroom from those that are being used regularly to teach classes and on this occasion the inclusion of new categories of materials such as software programs and H5P content will be taken into account. The call is an initiative of the Vice-Rector's Office for Transformation and Digital Education, the Vice-Rector's Office for Campus Community, Culture and Sports, and the Vice-Rector's Office for Academic Planning, and is part of the actions of the intra-university collaborative project RED (Digital Educational Resources: quality and open sharing). , financed within the framework of the UniDigital Plan of the Ministry of Universities.

The details of the call can be found in the document published on the URJC Electronic Board: https://sede.urjc.es/tablon-oficial/anuncio/10312/

On Wednesday, June 12, at 13:00 p.m., a Teams session will take place to present the call, and answer any questions that may arise. The link to attend this call will be published, along with information about the call, at the address https://ofilibre.urjc.es/guias/convocatoria-asignaturas-abierto/. In case of doubts you can contact .

SUMMER SCHEDULE

From July 6 to September 1 from 9:00 a.m. at 14:30 p.m.

The library will be closed from August 1 to 22 (both inclusive)

SUMMER LOAN

From June 26 to September 11

Next Monday, June 26, the summer loan of books for students begins.

All books that are lent after June 26 will have a return date of September 11.

The loan of laptops and graphics tablets is SUSPENDS from July 7 to August 31.

DIGITAL HUMANITIES

A new Digital Humanities space is available on the University Library website

Digital humanities is an interdisciplinary field that uses digital tools and methods to investigate, analyze, and understand disciplines such as history, literature, philosophy, linguistics, and art, enabling new forms of research, communication, and engagement in the field of digital sciences. humanities.

From the University Library we support the digital humanities of the URJC by creating a space within its websites. You can already consult the projects that, initially, have been included in this space.

  

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OPEN PUBLICATION OF THE TFG

Automatic publication of the TFG open from June 13 in the BURJCDigital

As of June 13, URJC students can decide that their Final Degree Project (TFG) be published in open access in the institutional repository BURJCDigital.

According to the TFG Framework Regulation of May 22, 2021, "The deposit of the TFG on the platform of the University in digital format will be mandatory for conservation and institutional archiving purposes. Students may authorize the open publication of their work, as long as they do not contain confidential information."

The defended and approved TFG will be incorporated into the institutional repository and, if both the student and the tutor agree, the work may be accessible from the repository (and have a direct link that can be shared) for anyone interested in consulting it. This provides an excellent opportunity to disseminate the work of our students and promote the research they carry out.

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NEW REFWORKS

Migration from Refworks Legacy to the New Refworks

On June 30, 2023, Refworks Legacy will cease to function and the only valid platform will be New Refworks. To this end, during this time, the accounts will be migrated from the old version to the new version.

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AUTHOR'S CORNER

A-SLAM-BABA-LUBA...A-SLAM-BAM-BOO!

Next week we have a new edition of "El Rincón del Autor" in the library of the Móstoles Campus.

The professor of Translation and Modern Language, Jonathan Teuma, will present his book "A-slam-baba-luba...a-slam-bam-bú!".

  • Wednesday May 3 at 17:30 p.m.
  • Friday May 5 at 13:00 p.m.

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There will be some surprises and gifts for the participants!!

 

 

 

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY REPORT 2022

Publication of the annual report of the BURJC 2022

You can now consult the annual report of the Rey Juan Carlos University Library in the BURJCDigital institutional repository. 

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With this annual report, we once again present and give visibility to the work carried out by the staff working in the Library Area of ​​the URJC during this last year, betting on the transparency of our management.

 

E-DATA SCIENCE. URJC DATA REPOSITORY

E-cienciadatos obtains the Coretrustseal certificate

The open research data repository of the Madroño Consortium, e-scienceData, obtains this seal that guarantees the FAIR principles for its data and the requirements of Horizon Europe Open Science for the management of research data.

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SAE Mobilus Academy Library

New resource on trial until April 21

SAE Mobilus Academy Library

The SAE Mobilus platform offers full-text access to Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) technical papers from 1906 onwards, also includes SAE magazines and e-books.

Access to the following SAE documentation collections:

  • 42,000+ Internationally Recognized Standards (AMS, AS, GV/J)
  • 15 peer-reviewed journals (over 8800 articles)
  • More than 143 technical articles written by experts (from 000 to the present)
  • More than 2000 journal issues (more than 20 articles)
  • research reports

 

VIRTUAL EXHIBITION 8M

Women and University

S WEB Goal 04 This activity is framed within the Sustainable Development Goal No. 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

 

BOOK DAY 2023

Activities of the URJC Libraries for Book Day 2023

Next Sunday is the Day of the Book, a celebration to promote the enjoyment of books and reading.

In the different libraries of the university points of interest have been created to commemorate this day where we will bring you closer to the literary works that have entered the most recently and we encourage you to borrow them. Point of interest in the libraries of Alcocón, Madrid and Móstoles.

The Aranjuez campus library celebrates Book Day by giving away books to its users. At the entrance of the library you will find a cart and you can choose the one you like the most.

 

 S WEB Goal 04 This activity is part of Sustainable Development Goal No. 4: Guarantee inclusive, equitable and quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

odsxnumx This activity is part of Sustainable Development Goal No. 12: Guarantee sustainable consumption and production patterns.

odsxnumx This activity is part of Sustainable Development Goal No. 13: Adopt urgent measures to combat climate change and its effects