“Regina Olmstead is traveling to Arkham, but ends up in Innsmouth – a town with a deep and dark history, shrouded in ominous secrecy. Regina tries to avoid the trappings of the town but finds herself inexplicably drawn in deeper and deeper, as the people, and maybe even the town itself, slowly start to turn against her.”
Show times: Friday 8th: 20:30; Saturday 9th: 20:30; Sunday 10th: 16:00.
Tickets can be purchased via https://usva.nl/agenda
Tickets are €7 for students, €9 for non-students.
The national student survey results for 2019 for undergraduate programmes have now been released. Once again, the University of Groningen BA in English Language and Culture came out tops in the list of five universities offering this subject in the Netherlands. We have the highest score in all categories.
Full details (in Dutch)
One of our graduates working at the library of NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences in Leeuwarden has organised a week of talks and workshops on Open Access. The complete programme and registration form can be found on this website: http://leeuwarderbibliotheken.nl/open-access-week/
All talks and workshops will be conducted in English.
Should anyone wish to know more about the Open Access movement, there is a documentary on the subject at: https://vimeo.com/273358286