The Library supports researchers in writing, citing, publishing and research impact. Contact us for advice on data management, copyright and re-use of your publications.
Writing and publishing
In writing an article, a dissertation or a thesis you need to think about your publishing strategy and how to behave towards editors and publishers to get the most out of your publications.
When citing you acknowledge the work of others for the sources you used in your academic thesis, paper, report, assignment or other work. Besides giving authors of these sources credit for their work, citing enables your readers to find your information sources.
If you re-use articles, book chapters and other copyrighted texts and images in educational materials, there are rather complex restrictions. Use the copyright flowchart to decide whether you are allowed to include texts in teaching materials.
Researcher profiles and author identifiers
There is a variety of different services where researchers can create profiles and get identifiers assigned that can be used for reference.
You can make your research Open Access by publishing in an Open Access journal (Gold), a 'hybrid' subscription journal (Gold hybrid) or file the 'postprint' at Staff Publications (Green).
Data management support
Wageningen University & Research attaches great importance to well managed research data. To effectively support you with your research data management, all expertise is represented at the Data Management Support Hub. Here, you can find information on a wide range of topics like data management planning, managing your source code and publishing your final data.