Search through all books, newspapers, magazines and other publications that are stored in the KB warehouses.
The KB is building a new book repository. This promises to be a hypermodern building where our collection will be safe for the next centuries. Some highlights.
The KB facilitates research. We work together with researchers who we offer access to our physical and digital collection.
Registration Agency NBN is a service of the KB. It ensures that (scientific) institutions can use sustainable links. What does that entail?
The KB is researching the best way to move the entire collection from the current building to a new external repository. Read more about this investigation.
Foekje Boersma is Head of the Collection Preservation Department. She specialises in sustainable collection management: taking care of the printed collections, while keeping a careful eye on energy and resources.
Which metadata do we need to keep the KB digital collection sustainably accessible? That is what Inge Hofsink is working on.
Judith Rog is our product manager e-Depot. The KB stores the digital publications from its collection in the e-Depot.
How do we ensure that digital material remains accessible, now and in the future? That is what metadata specialist digital preservation Susanne van den Eijkel is working on every day.
Data services such as digital collections and metadata of the KB are available for research and reuse, sometimes subject to conditions. Read more.
Web archiving is the preservation of websites for later. The KB preserves websites in the web collection – permanently and forever. Read more about this expertise.