Virscend University has both a physical library and a virtual library for supplementary academic support. The university’s physical library houses books, periodicals, journals, and other supporting material that supplement the university’s curriculum. In addition, the library offers a communal space for students to work on homework or projects either individually or as a group. The library has a large table with several swivel chairs, bookshelves against the walls, a separate front desk with swivel chair, a portable whiteboard and a bulletin board. The library is opened during the university’s operational hours. The virtual library is composed of various digital libraries that give students endless access to supplementary information. Students can easily access a list of public digital libraries from the library page on Virscend University website. Furthermore, students are encouraged to access and use materials from the existing nearby public libraries and various online digital resources.
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eBook Business Subscription Collection – This collection offers nearly 20,000 business e-books selected to assist students and scholars with various business research, special projects and entrepreneurial needs. A key resource for academic and business school libraries, eBook Business Collection encompasses a variety of topics, such as marketing, finance, supply chain management and entrepreneurship. Titles are available from many noteworthy academic and business publishers, including Oxford University Press, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, World Scientific Publishing Company, Princeton University Press, AMACOM and Gallup Press.
Regional Business News – Regional Business News provides full-text regional business publications for the United States and Canadian provinces. Users can search newspapers, magazines and other resources from trusted news sources. Furthermore, students are encouraged to access and use materials from the nearby public libraries and various online digital resources.
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