Monthly observations from TU Delft Library Director Wilma van Wezenbeek.
When we worked together on our roadmap in the middle of last year, we could not have imagined the situation we would be in by spring 2020. A situation in which it is obvious how important and relevant it is to share reliable information on time. So that one physician learns from another physician’s successful..
For years we librarians have been arguing for open access, lately as part of open science. We are pleased that we have made great strides in this direction in the Netherlands. This is convenient now, not only because we want to make all new findings and datasets about COVID-19 available as soon as possible, but..
Last week I was part of a TU Delft Library’s team visit to TIB Hannover’s Open Science Lab (here is the blog post with our findings). Apart from knowing that it is sometimes good to take time to reflect on your own performance and go out and reach out to others to learn and grow,..
As a tradition I am wrapping up the year in this weblog. And what an opportunity! The same day as a very interesting opinion article is published in one of the national newspapers, i.e, “Digitization is threatening our university. It’s time to draw a line” (Dutch only). The rectores magnifici of the Dutch universities think..