In our previous blog post, we delved into the details of Phase 1 “A Service Design Deep Dive Project: I publish” blog post detailing the background, initial phases, and activities conducted. Currently, with the project successfully concluded, we are excited to share the outcomes of Phases 2 and 3 in this post. Background Our service design..
Unknown to the vast majority of students is the wide collection of academic treasures that TU Delft owns. Hidden away in huge basements, hundreds of historical books, maps, and (technical) appliances are stored. A lot of untouched potential of knowledge for students. However, engaging students with all these covered objects seems to be challenging. The..
The Service Design Global Conference 2023 is a must-attend event for professionals looking to gain fresh perspectives and inspiration. This year, our team had a unique experience, attending both on-site and virtually. For Dilay, attending in person at Radialsystem in Berlin was an amazing experience. Being surrounded by designers from all over the world and..
An update on the TU Delft Library Digital Service Programme, Summer 2023. A non video version is also available https://youtu.be/HnhlKjOLY0o
Beneath is the link to the pdf version of the presentation given to managers of TU Delft, 5 October October 5 2022 Presentation, Managers meeting
As part of the Digital Services Programme, three new positions are being advertised. Closing date is 28 February 2022 User Experience Officer Contribute to world-class education and research as User Experience Officer at TU Delft Library. Your UX-enhancing changes will help students, researchers and university teachers fully benefit from our library’s services and vast repository..
Brainstorming sessions held as part of our ‘rethinking the repository’ project quickly landed on the importance of thinking about (digital) collections as a way to structure the requirements for a new repository. For each different digital format that we as a library collect or manage (eg., research articles, masters’ theses, recordings of lectures, digitised special..