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Library Information Technology, Digital Services, and e-Resources

Describes the services managed by the department for library technologies, digital services and resources


There are several hundred databases licensed by the Library. Most of these contain full text of articles and books. Many of the databases are provided by major publishers such as ProQuest and EBSCO, and have a search interface (called platform) that is used across all within the database family while others just have their unique interfaces. Regardless, we maintain access to all, via an alphabetical list of databases, a subject list or via individual links,

Collaboration technologies

We have Smartboards and screen sharing technologies on the 3rd floor study rooms of the North Campus Library.

Smartboards could be used for practicing or developing presentations via SmartNote software. You can borrow laptops with the SmartNote software at the circulation desk.

Screen sharing. We have a configuration that allows up to 4 devices to connect to an appliance wirelessly and show these screens on a touch screen monitor. The device outputs could be rearranged, annotated using a pen or your finger, and the results captured as an image.  Ask at the circulation desk.

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