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Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)

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Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) Welcome! To help make your searches more effective within the new Chittagong University Library Books and Media catalog, try the following search tips. Search field options Select an option from the drop-down selector next to the search bar. By default, the catalog will search a wide range of fields. Title Use this type of search if you know the title of your item, such as “Pride… Read More »Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)

Library Catalog Search

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Library Catalog Search Search the Library Catalog Searching for a book for your research? Need to know whether a periodical is in the stacks or available online? Check the Library Catalog!

Remote Access

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Remote Access RemoteXs has enabled all leading institutions (academic or research) in optimizing usage of the precious eResources and nurturing research interests of faculty and their students. RemoteXs has an ability to provide secured access to scattered eResources of the institution, bringing them under one umbrella, along with subscribed eJournals, eBooks and all other eContent, that too anytime …from anywhere. Our cost-effective cloud-based service model has enabled progressive libraries in… Read More »Remote Access

Accessible E-Learning Center

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Accessible E-Learning Center University of Chittagong Inaugurated the First Accessible E-learning Center in Bangladesh. Accessible e-learning Center is for the physically-challenged students of the university with software and hardware facilities, dictionary, 200 digital talking books, 300 e-books and 50 Braille books. It also provides training to physically-challenged students.

Library Collections

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Library Collections The library collection consists of over 3,50,000 volumes of books and about 415 current periodicals subscription (both foreign and local) of different Faculties, Centers and Institutes. The collection is increasing every year. 1) The main collection: Consisting of books and monographs are housed in the ground floor and 1st floor arranged according to the Dewey Decimal Classification number, so that documents of the same or related subjects are… Read More »Library Collections