Library collection resources
The TU/e Library provides access to an extensive collection of printed and digital scientific information resources. The digital library comprises information resources for which the Library has acquired licenses from publishers, offering students and staff access from workstations anywhere.
Besides that, in the MetaForum building a large, printed collection is at your disposal, consisting of books (282,000), journals (230), scientific reports, dissertations, cartographic materials and more. This collection is held in open shelves in the MetaForum building. The main subject areas are technical sciences, physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, industrial and management sciences, social sciences, architectural sciences, biomedical engineering, and industrial design. You can use the LibrarySearch as a search engine for finding both digital and printed full text publications and other resources like databases and multimedia.
The Library has a large collection of printed and digital books, accessible via the LibrarySearch.Read more
The Library offers a wide variety of specialized information retrieval systems or online databases.Read more
The TU/e Library offers access to a wide range of printed and digital scientific journals from different publishers.Read more
TU/e promotes Open Access publishing to facilitate researchers in making their results publicly available.Read more
Scientific publications from TU/e researchers and students are kept in the TU/e Repository.Read more
You can also find videos and certain tools that help you with your research or courses on publishers’ platforms.Read more
The Library offers an extensive collection of printed information resources, like books, journals, scientific reports, dissertations, and cartographic materials.Read more
The TU/e has its own image bank: a database with (historical) photographic content concerning the univeresity.Read more
During more than 50 years since the establishment of TU/e, we have collected a large body of material that we call the academic heritage of our institution.Read more