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    Re-Launch of Nixon University‘s Digital Library


    After years of planning and execution Nixon University has re-launched it digital library making it more advanced and flexible for student to make use for available resources.
    Nixon University has collaborated with available books in amazon.com to improve the study material available , Head of Nixon University’s resources have claimed that Nixon University’s Digital Library contains more than 1.5 million items , and it is planning to enhance the number in just a couple of years.


    Design Department of Nixon University has made the search engine interface compatible for every device, head of the Department said” students can access Nixon University’s digital library from their iphone , tabled and android phones. Its interface is user friendly”


    Students will now be able to access e-books, webinars, search papers, videos, audios, and photographs of events. They will also be allowed to upload any new research papers. Design head of Nixon further added that “Our goals for the digital library: to be an easy-to-use gateway of digital resources, to be a sophisticated practical display that is user-friendly, and to be an innovative establishment that will promote futuristic learning for all.


    The mission statement of Nixon University’s establishment of online digital library is to be an unwrapped, scattered arrangement of broad e-learning resources that would teach, enlighten, and empower everyone in the current and future generations.”


    Nixon University’s Digital library is an open source and the institution is very mindful of not locking it down commercially in any way. This initiative will not only benefit the students of Nixon University but outsiders can also benefit from this resource. The only reason behind this open mindedness of Nixon University’s digital Library is the public aspect. Head of Nixon University says: “I think the University’s initiative to keep the resource open will benefit future leaders, scholars and learners, basically it will add benefit to anyone who has the thirst of learning.

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