Printed past year examination papers can be found at Closed Reference Room, Level 1, whereas digital format is accessible through Library Catalog, by “Asset Search”.
You can find past year examination papers through Library Catalog by using Subject Name or Code, and then sort by “Asset Search”.
UTHM student’s thesis is available at Closed Reference Room, Level 1 for internal reference. Meanwhile, post graduate theses are accessible throughUTHM Repository, up to the first 24 pages.
Special Collection refers to materials written by UTHM students or staff, including UTHM publication. These materials are available at Closed Reference Room, Level 1 for internal reference.
Yes. It is available at Closed Reference Room, Level 1 for internal reference as well as online database named as Pro-Quest Dissertations & Theses.
Audio visual materials, like CD-ROM, VCD, DVD, cassette, and video tape are available at Circulation Counter, Level 1. User may preview such materials using equipments provided at Closed Reference Room, Level 1
No, you cannot. The library only lends you.
Printed journals, either current or bound are available at Journal Room, Level 3, whereas online journals are accessible via library website through links to e-journal and online databases.
You can get daily local newspapers at Closed Reference Room, Level 1. Besides, they can be accessed through theBLIS database.
Online resources cover databases, e-book and e-journal subscribed by the library that can be accessed on line.
You can get the password by sending an email to: email@example.com, and type in “password” at Subject field. Please refer to the librarian for further details.
There are many possibilities: network system technical problems, database maintenance by the publisher or exceeding the limit of concurrent users. Please make a report to any librarian for further action.
Since not all journals are subscribed by the library, users may not be able to get access or download the articles needed. Users are advised to consult the librarian to get the full text through InterLibrary Loan service.