Maynooth University Library Research Week and Open Access Week

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Maynooth University Library will celebrate Research Week and Open Access Week 2020 with a series of online talks on 19-20 Oct0ber 2020.

Join Ciarán Quinn, Research Support Librarian at 10.30am on Tuesday 20 October for his talk, Publishing your research open access- the options.


About this Event

Publishing your research open access- the options

Ciarán Quinn

Research Support Librarian, MU Library

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Abou Maynooth University

Maynooth University is a constituent university of the National University of Ireland. It is Ireland’s youngest university. It was founded in 1997 from the secular faculties of the now separate St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, which was founded in 1795.

Students Come First

At Maynooth University students come first. Students are at the heart of everything we do. We prioritise your student experience, both academically and socially to ensure that you graduate with the best set of skills to help you succeed in the world, whatever you decide to do.

A Globally Connected University

With over a third of academic staff coming from abroad and many of our own academics and graduates working internationally, Maynooth University has built up a wealth of global connections.

Ranked #49

In 2017, the Times Higher Education Young Universities in the World ranking places Maynooth among the top 50 universities under 50 years old.

Big Issues Being Solved at Maynooth

Our world leading academics are putting their minds to solving many of the big issues facing Ireland and the world today.

Opportunities to Study Abroad

All students have an opportunity to study abroad, either for a full academic year, graduating with an international degree,or, for a semester during your degree

Career Prospects and Development

From computer programmers to teachers, scientists to journalists, graduates from Maynooth University go on to a wide variety of careers.

An Active Campus Life

Your time at university is not only for academic achievement. Making new friends and pursuing new interests are some of the most rewarding experiences that university has to offer.

World Class Facilities

We continue to invest significantly in a wide range of technologically advanced facilities catering for your academic, social and sporting life at university.

Maynooth, the Perfect Location

Situated just 25 kilometres west of Dublin city centre, and well serviced by bus and rail routes, Maynooth is Ireland’s only university town.

 


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