Conditions of use – Recordings
Studium Generale TU Delft records as many lectures as possible. The use of these recordings is subject to a number of conditions. We kindly ask you to comply with the conditions below.
- The rights of the recordings are owned by Studium Generale TU Delft. Use of these recordings for other internet sites or adaptation, distribution or republication of the recordings without prior permission of Studium Generale TU Delft is not permitted.
- If you would like to use (parts of) the recordings for a specific purpose, please submit a request by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. Requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
- By your presence in the hall during one of our activities, you give permission for the use of visual material (photo and video) in which you may be visible.
Conditions of use – Digital platforms
Studium Generale TU Delft organises events for discussion, critical thinking and reflection. With our activities we aim to contribute to cross-cultural understanding and inclusive, lively debate. Our online presence (both our social media channels and website) is focused on helping people find out more about, discuss and engage with our activities.
We love hearing from you and, to ensure that everyone has a positive experience, below are a few house rules for being part of our online community. By posting, commenting, or replying on one of our posts on our social media channels, you are agreeing to abide by these guidelines and to comply with the social media guidelines imposed by the particular social media platform you are utilising. Studium Generale TU Delft reserves the right to delete content and block users who do not adhere to the code of conduct. Repeated offences can result in a permanent ban from our social media channels. The views expressed by our followers are their own and may not represent the views of Stadium Generale, its employees, or affiliates.
- Be respectful: Please avoid posting any hateful, defamatory, obscene, discriminatory or harassing comments, images or videos, or anything that could be deemed offensive to others.
- Engage in a substantiated way: If you are engaging in online interaction, refer in your arguments to reliable sources of information that have been checked or verified.
- Protect privacy: Avoid posting any personal information. Any posts that include an email address, phone number, address or other personal information will be removed.
- Stay on topic: We welcome debate and discussion, but please keep comments relevant to the original post, and don’t repeat the same message across multiple unrelated posts.
- Don’t advertise or self-promote: Avoid making posts or comments that serve as advertisements for yourself or others.
- Don’t infringe intellectual property: Avoid posting anything that isn’t your original creative content or that you don’t have a lawful right to post.
We aim to monitor our main social media platforms all year round, but be aware that we are constrained by our regular office hours. We aim to respond to all inquiries as quickly as possible, but please note that some inquiries can take longer to resolve.
The rights to the content of this website, including texts, images, reports and recordings are owned by Studium Generale TU Delft. Use of (parts of) this content for other internet sites or adaptation, distribution or republication of content without prior permission of Studium Generale TU Delft is not permitted. If you wish to use (parts of) the content of the website for a specific purpose, please submit a request by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis. Finally, we take great care to obtain permission before using copyrighted works. If you think we are using your work inappropriately, please contact us.
The opinions expressed by staff and students on the website and blogs of Studium Generale of Delft University of Technology and the opinions expressed by guests and speakers at events organised by Studium Generale of Delft University of Technology and its partners, as well as the comments made at those, do not necessarily reflect the opinion(s) of Delft University of Technology.
Therefore, TU Delft is not responsible for the content of what is visible on the Studium Generale website and is offered, discussed and commented on during Studium Generale activities. However, TU Delft does consider it important – and values – that guests, speakers, staff and students can freely express their opinions within this environment facilitated by TU Delft.
Do you have any questions about any information given here? Feel free to get in contact with us, we are welcome to help you further. You find our contact details here or send an e-mail directly to email@example.com.