The emergence of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and digitisation, has caused a growing revolution in the business of provision and management of information. The University Library FUTA has, in line with the changing needs of her clientele and the demands of globalisation widened the scope of her services to include multimedia, online and offline resources. These digital resources have in no little way supplemented the available print-based research collection particularly journals. The available resources which are managed by the technical staff of the E-Resources Unit are:
Online subscription-based databases
For more information on the available scholarly databases, Click Online Resources. Some of these databases are IP-based namely : TEEAL (The Electronic Essential Agricultural Library) Click TEEAL and ScienceDirect Click ScienceDirect. This means that the resources can only be accessed via the University hotspot which is available anywhere within the Campus.
For Online databases that require passwords, kindly consult the E-Resources Unit staff for more details.
Open Access E-Journal Databases
In pursuance of the goal of open access, the Library has developed an e-library using the Claibre platform. This depository of articles are open access articles downloaded from the WWW and organised conveniently on departmental bases to support the research needs of the University Community. This e-library is very accessible and is freely available on the University portal. Please Click FUTA e-library for access to the e-library.
The Federal University of Technology, Akure Institutional Repository is a database of locally (University) published materials. Theses and dissertations, inaugural lectures, proceedings, handbooks, speeches and addresses, weekly and special bulletins of the university are included in the Institutional Repository. An ongoing project, the University Library permits only partial access (abstracts) for the theses and dissertation in order to protect the copyright of the authors of the research works. Interested readers may contact the University Librarian via email@example.com to subscribe to the full content. To access the University Library Institutional Repository, Click here Institutionalrepository