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The UOC Library over Christmas
Services will continue during the winter break, although some requests may take longer than usual.
Open Access
This week we recommend having a look at a final project on transmedia storytelling, tips on data collection for research, and a learning resource about legal practice.
New journal added to the Library's collection: La Maleta de Portbou
It offers a forum that brings together two seemingly unrelated disciplines – the humanities and economics – to reflect on the world of today and tomorrow.
Fake news
Here at the Library, we have prepared a selection of content to equip you with the weapons you need in the "war on misinformation" and fake news.
Accessible learning resources
3 December is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The UOC works to guarantee that the classroom materials are adapted to the needs of all students.
Open access at the UOC: three free, online resources
This week we recommend checking out a free course on image editing, some useful tips on how to build your very own business, and the top final projects from the Faculty of Information and Communication Sciences.
Your book on loan comes home for Christmas!
Get a jump on it! Reserve what you need by 17 December to receive the book in time for the winter break.
Preservación digital: construye tu archivo personal
In this special dossier we provide content and tips to help you store and preserve all your data for the future.
ETHE, now in the Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI)
The journal, co-published by the UOC and the University of Los Andes, will obtain the Impact Factor, so establishing itself as a global reference in online education.
Typical dishes for healthy and sustainable eating
From Bobotie to Köfte. We’d like to invite you on a journey through culinary traditions from around the world to celebrate the 2018 Right to Food Week.