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General collection which comprises of books mainly requested by program coordinators/ lecturers/ staffs and students. They are housed at the open shelf area and arranged alphabetically by call number.
These are heavily used materials especially textbooks and lecture notes requested by lecturers which are placed on restricted shelf. The items can be used in the library only.
These are encyclopedias, statistics, dictionaries, guidebooks, indexes and bibliographies.
These materials such as audio and video cassettes, compact discs, multimedia CD-ROMs and kits. Available at the counter.
Contains more than 100,000 e-books, e-journals, magazines, reports, handbooks, statistics, etc. Students can access this facility through any computer in Widad University College's building.
KOHA is a full-featured library system. This system assists students to search and locate books in the Widad University College's library. KOHA is accessible through all computers in Widad University College's building.
Academic Forum enables academic staff, students and researchers to carry out intellectual discussion with Librarians moderating those discussions. Discussions will be carried out subjected to Forum Policies.
Past year exam questions are available at the library counter. Students may copy for their reference.
An electronic security system operates to ensure that all materials are properly issued and to prevent unauthorized removals from the Centre. Serious disciplinary action will be taken against anyone who has been found removing materials without proper authorizations.
This is a general purpose laboratory with full access to Internet. The software packages available are ranges of Microsoft products and Web OPAC.
Karel Room/ discussion room is located at the 1st floor. No charge and no time limit for the room usage. Students need to register at the library counter for record purposes.
These services are provided at the library counter.
Monitoring users' activities.
All collections are cataloged according to the Library of Congress Classification Scheme (LC). The outline of the classification scheme is as follow :
Philosophy, Psychology & Religion
Auxiliary Science of History
History : General and Outside the Americas
History : United States
History : United States Local and America
Geography, Anthropology, Recreation
Language and Literature