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  • Exam stress? Wishing you could study more efficiently?

    Wouldn’t it be nice if you needed less time and effort to prepare for exams?

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  • Enter the contest and win a Dolce Gusto

    A Mystery Object with prize question is again on in the Library Learning Centre. Again, we have a...

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  • XXL opening hours during the exam period

    From 28 March to 17 April 2014, the Library will once again have extra extra long opening hours:...

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  • Workshop 'How to manage your research information'

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

    9 May 2014 12:30 to 17:30 Read more
  • Women at the Top: Marjan Oudeman

    Women finally seem to be reaching a breakthrough in business careers: the Dutch Female Board...

    13 May 2014 12:40 to 13:30 Read more
  • Human Library: Living Books tell their story

    During the Human Library, not just any books are borrowed, but ‘Living Books’ are borrowed;...

    13 May 2014 20:00 to 23:59 Read more
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Feed readers: alternatives to Google Reader

Feed readers are a perfect way of keeping up to date on scientific literature, news and information quickly and efficiently. All you need to do is subscribe to an RSS feed, for example via a website. If an RSS feed is available, you can generally recognise it from the orange radio symbol.
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Cornelis van Eesteren in the library of Architecture

During the month of April there is a small exhibition in the showcase in the library of Architecture with books of Cornelis van Eesteren (1897-1988). These books once belonged to his own library which has been  acquired now by Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam.  Van Eesteren became professor at the university in Delft in 1948, [Read more ...]

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