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  • TU Delft Library launches Library Tour app in advance of Introduction Week

    Get to know the Library at your own pace.

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  • Discover turns into WorldCat Discovery. Learn about the Y

    Starting Monday 6 July 2015, you can access our collection through WorldCat Discovery!

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  • Pick a chair and compare

    We are all chairs. Pretty obvious, we know. But did you ever take time to really look at us?

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  • BoekSwap : A simple way to sell or exchange your old textbooks

    Do you want to help your fellow students with your old textbooks? Then join us for the BoekSwap...

    22 Aug 2015 to 4 Sep 2015 Read more
  • BoekSwap : A simple way to sell or exchange your old textbooks

    Do you want to help your fellow students with your old textbooks? Then join us for the BoekSwap...

    7 Sep 2015 to 11 Sep 2015 Read more
  • Workshop 'How to manage your research information'

    Increase your effectiveness in searching, finding, assessing, managing and processing information.

    8 Sep 2015 12:30 to 17:30 Read more
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BrowZine gives access to numerous topical academic e-journals

Professor Verhagen: ‘An easy way of keeping abreast of specialist literature’ By Carla Kok Update: Unfortunately it has been decided that the trial will not be extended. As of 1 September 2015, this application will no longer be supported TU Delft Library can now provide access to academic e-journals via the BrowZine tablet app, a digital [Read more ...]
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Cornelis van Eesteren collection on display

By Ad Bercht About a year ago there was a small exhibition in the Faculty of Architecture Library with books from the library of Cornelis van Eesteren. This library is part of the collection of Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam (HNI). Now, for the second time, it is made possible to show a selection of [Read more ...]

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