Under the guidance of a studycoach from the StudySuccesCentre
When: every Tuesday from 13.00 – 15.30 (exception: during vacations and public holidays)
Where: Saxion Library Enschede
Contact: Michelle Janssen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Studying: it comes naturally to some students , whereas other students find it quite a challenge to enjoy learning.
If the second situation sounds familiar, then the Studyplatform might be what you need.
The Studyplatform is a great place to study without much distraction, where you can ask questions as soon as you encounter issues and where you will meet students who are also discovering what works for them and what does not. It is much more fun to study together than it is alone.
Stop by some time and decide how long you want to stay and whether it works for you.
Hope to see you soon!
The Studyplatform also has a digital environment. If you want to use it online, then you can work on and develop your study skills within Blackboard, where you can access a number of themes as well as explanations, useful exercises and tips. You can submit questions through the forum. You can visit the online platform via mijnsaxion.nl/studyplatform.
Lecturers, would you like to make use of 50 pages or more from a resource in your class or program? Then please pay attention!
According to the new regulation, you are permitted to use up to 50 pages from a book (maximum 25% of the whole resource). However, you may not use the same citation or another part of the book in another module unless the total is no more than 50 pages, max 25% of the whole resource.
Within a group of study programs, you can only use 50 pages from a resource. Otherwise, it counts as multiple copying, for which permission must be obtained and extra charges are applicable. If the total is no more than 50 pages of 25% of the whole resource, you have nothing to worry about.
If you would like to make use of more than 50 pages from a resource for your class or program, please contact the AIP.
Please note: acknowledgement of a source is obligatory for all citations regardless of how many pages are used.
Questions can be sent to the AIP at: email@example.com or to Cynthia Halfwerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or reach her at 06-209 157 68. Or, you can contact your own account manager at Saxion Library.
- You are welcome to study in our library again.
- You can also come to us to return or borrow books. See our opening hours
- Use the catalogue to request your books: search.saxionbibliotheek.nl
- The delivery from the other location may take longer than you are used to.
- Our support and advice will, of course, continue online
- Our online resources are fully available and accessible through search.saxionbibliotheek.nl
- Students with special needs always have priority for a quiet study place.
- If you have any questions (while the library is closed), do not hesitate to contact us via email@example.com
Now that the Covid-19 crisis is coming to an end, it is once again possible to return any borrowed books to the library. Maybe you borrowed something recently, maybe over a year ago. Until now, we’ve extended borrowed books automatically, but now we would like you to return them to us. Check your borrowed books at search.saxionbibliotheek.nl.
You may return books to Saxion Libary in Deventer and Enschede. Please use the self service station or return them to a librarian at the desk.
If you need to keep your book for just a little longer, then that is of course possible. Just make sure you extend them in time, as we will resume overdue fines again. Fines are €0.20 per book per day. Books that are reserved by other borrowes cannot be extended. You need to return those to the library before or on the due date.
Are you a lecturer and do you, for example, use texts, images, charts, diagrams or sheet music? Please take notice of what is going to change in the Easy Access scheme, to make sure you are aware of the agreements that apply to Copyright. This policy applies to your work for Saxion.
New Easy Access scheme
On Friday, February 4, 2021, the General Meeting of the Association of Universities of Applied Sciences approved the new Easy Access scheme. All parties involved have yet to sign the arrangement, but it is already (retroactively) effective from January 1, 2021.
Saxion too will work via the new rules We outline the new agreements here. Within our own, private Saxion learning environment of non-commercial education (the ELO and Teams), the following is permitted and bought off:
- You can reuse a maximum of 50 pages, maximum 25% of the original Work.
- The following applies for images, images, tables, diagrams and images: you are allowed to include a maximum of 50 images in a (Powerpoint) presentation. A maximum of 25 images from Original Work and a maximum of 10 Works by the same maker (author, artist, composer).
- Concerning sheet music, you are allowed to use a maximum of 25% of the Work and a maximum of 50 pages
Do you want to use more? Then you need permission.
You have to request for permission for acquisitions that are larger. A fee is also due for this. In the past, you, as a teacher, had to ask for permission in the portal of the UvO Foundation. The new working method is still being discussed between the Association of Universities of Applied Sciences and the foundation. Should you want to make a longer takeover in the meantime? Please pass this on to the Copyright Information Point (AIP) of Saxion.
Do you have questions or do you want to report a longer takeover?
You can send an email to Saxion Bibliotheek’s AIP: firstname.lastname@example.org or to Cynthia Halfwerk: email@example.com. Cynthia can also be reached via 06-20915768. In addition, you can, of course, always contact your own Saxion Library account manager.
Dear students and colleagues,
a bizar year is behind us. Corona has taken over our lives.
But there is always hope for better times.
Let’s keep looking forward and carry on in 2021!
Let us know what you need to reach your goals and Saxion Library will support you.
We wish you a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2021.
Stay healthy and take care for each other just like Simon’s cat in this Christmas Special!
Enjoy watching the videoclip!
See you next year! Saxion Library is ready for you!
Good news! Searching for information at Saxion Library just got a lot easier. Like using Google, you can now search through almost the entire collection of books, journals and online resources all at once, by entering just a single search term.
What has changed?
Previously, the library’s catalog and the online databases were all separate resources. A thorough search meant you needed to access a wide range of different databases. Now we have combined all those databases into a single service, called a Discovery service. The Discovery service is now the default setting on both the library website and the catalog.
All databases? Well, almost
We have only included the databases that contain so-called bibliographical information, meaning books, journals, research papers, theses etcetera. You still need to search for some kinds of information separately, like for instance statistical or financial data, chemical formulas, technical construction specs. But we got most of it covered!
Of course, all database can still be accessed individually. This can be helpful if you require a more specialized way of searching. Each database offers its own set of search options that go just a bit further than a more generalized Discovery service can. Again, just like Google.
Want even more useful tools?
Give LEAN Library a try. This plugin connects your browser to Saxion Library, offering you instant access to all library resources. How does it work? Whenever you come across a book or article that is restricted, LEAN Library checks if it is available in any of the databases and if so, it alerts you by means of a pop-up. The pop-up also includes a direct link to the database via Saxions off-campus access tool. LEAN Library works on webshops such as Amazon or Bol.com as well.
Over 2,000 Saxion students are already using this tool. Download it from our website.
For more information or support, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
The library branches in Deventer and Enschede are open Monday to Thursday, from 08:30 – 19:00 h. Friday from 08:30 – 17:00 h.
- If you want to return your books, put them in the special box in the library. We will check in the books at a later time (you don’t have to pay any fine).
- If you want to borrow books, you can pick them up from the bookshelf yourself and take them to the lending desk for registration, just like you are used to.
- Throughout the library there is the rule that you keep a meter and a half away from others: on the walking routes, by the bookcases and at the study places.
- Would you like to come studying? That’s possible! But not the way you are used to: at the study places there is a maximum of one person per table. Only tables equipped with a chair can be used. Working in a group is not possible until further notice. The spots in the lounge with the benches may also only be used by one person. Pay attention to the marking!
- There are specifically designated areas with study places/study cells for students with special study needs. These areas can only be used with the dean’s permission. Do you have permission? If so, please contact the library desk. The librarian will explain to you which study place/study cell you can use.
- The online services of the library continue as usual.
- Questions about research support can be mailed to: email@example.com.
- With all your library questions you can turn to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Always check the library website for the latest news and opening hours during the vacations.
Welcome on the new website of the Saxion Library. Our new site is easy to access. You’ll find all our services at a glance. For example: Thesis Support, advice on Copyright, workshops and all that we do to support our researchers. It’s there!
Find your way to our library catalog and our databases or use our LibGuides in which we offer you relevant resources on popular subjects. Of course we’re still here to help you.
Please refer to our contact page to see how to get in touch: at our information desk in the library, online or by calling us.
Please take notice of the following rules and facts:
- Our library branches in Deventer and Enschede are open from Mondays until Fridays, between 9.00 and 17.00.
- It is possible to borrow and return books. When returning your books, please put them in the special return box in the library.
- If your books are overdue, due to the library being closed during the past months, you don’t have to pay an overdue fee.
- It might take longer to get your requested books from the other library branch, as we have two transport deliveries every week, not on a daily basis.
- While using the library, please keep a 1,5 metres distance to others in every situation: on every route, near our bookcases and in the study zone.
- You are allowed to take your books from the shelf and bring them to the information desk, just like before.
- Tables with a chair are available for use by one person-only.
- Students with learning disabilities are welcome to use our special concentration rooms, if they have permission from their dean. Please refer to the library desk to receive instructions from our staff.
- For Research Support, please send an email to email@example.com
- For general questions and library support, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Our online services and resources are available on saxionbibliotheek.nl. Please refer to this website for the latest news.