RUDI: Resource for Urban Design Information
as of May 8th 1997
IntroductionRUDI is a significant multimedia resource for research and teaching in the field of urban design hosted on the Internet. The service provides material on urban design in the Western cultural context using text, high quality colour images, sound and moving picture elements. It is designed to be useful to students, academics and professional practitioners, and has the following ongoing objectives:
What does RUDI provide?
Your helpThe success of RUDI depends on the support of its users. RUDI is at the leading edge of urban design information and provides a showcase for good design.
If you have material on urban design - cases, film, stills, drawings etc - in any format that you would like hosted on the system, and would like the rest of the world to see, then please contact Resource Editor at Oxford Brookes who will be pleased to advise. This is your opportunity to promote your ideas and work, and it's free!
RUDI acts as a web site for the UK Urban Design Group which supports the project through donation of its journal and Source Book. This is an example of the type of collaboration we wish to establish.
RUDI Partners and ContactsUniversity of Hertfordshire and Oxford Brookes University
The project is managed and the RUDI server is built and maintained by the Engineering Research and Development Centre (ERDC) at the University of Hertfordshire.
Materials acquisition for the resource is the responsibility of the staff at Oxford Brookes University library.
The Electronic Libraries Programme (eLib) was funded
by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)
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