TU Delft institutional repository
The TU Delft Beeldbank (MMR) is part of the TU Delft Institutional Repository. The TU Delft Institutional Repository is an online locus for collecting, preserving, and disseminating -- in digital form -- the intellectual output of the TU Delft. This includes materials such as research journal articles, digital versions of student theses (BSc/MSc) and dissertations, but it also includes digital assets generated by normal academic life, such as administrative documents, course notes, or learning objects.
The main objectives for having an institutional repository are:
- to create global visibility for an institution's scholarly research;
- to collect content in a single location;
- to provide open access to institutional research output by self-archiving it;
- to store and preserve other institutional digital assets, including unpublished or otherwise easily lost ("grey") literature (e.g., theses or technical reports), special collections and marketing communications materials.
The TU Delft Institutional Repository includes:
- http://repository.tudelft.nl/ -- student thesis (MSc/BSC), dissertations, documents
- http://repository.tudelft.nl/MMP -- multimedia materials
- http://ocw.tudelft.nl/ -- educational materials
- http://itunesu.tudelft.nl -- lectures on iTunes U
- http://datacentrum.3tu.nl/ -- academic datasets
TU Delft Beeldbank
The TU Delft Beeldbank now contains the following collection types: digital heritage collections, educational collections and marketing communications collections.
The digital heritage collections consist of:
- Prints -- a collection of historical drawings, engravings and woodcuts of the Netherlands from the 16th century to the present
- Architectural slides -- a collection of slides dating from the second half of the 20th century containing pictures of buildings, maps, cities and villages.
The educational collections consist of:
- Lectures - a collection of video recordings of TU Delft lectures
- Interviews - a collection of audio recordings of interviews with TU Delft staff and visiting lecturers
The marketing communications collections consist of:
- Promotional videos - a collection of promotional videos
- Promotional pictures - a collection of promotional pictures
Together these collections portray a picture of the history of the TU Delft university as a research and education institute until today.
Searching the TU Delft Beeldbank
The Beeldbank can be searched using a combination of search terms.
"Jacob van Deventer"
Adding material to the TU Delft Beeldbank
TU Delft students and staff are encouraged to add their multimedia items to the Beeldbank. We have added a form for uploading audio and video files, and a for uploading images.
- Uploading audio and video files (mp3 and mp4 format)
- Uploading images (TIF format)
We prefer to receive audio files in mp3 format, video files in mp4 format and images in TIF format. If you would like to upload different formats please contact the repository team of the TU Delft library.
The library will check the quality of the metadata and the files. The files will be available in the TU Delft Beeldbank, within 5 working days.