The Library functions are automated using an integrated Library Software called “ AUTOLIB” with the following main modules for the Library in-house operations:
OPAC [ON-LINE PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOG]:
The Online Public Access catalog allows for the access of bibliographic databases of the books, Reports and journals available in the library. The catalog includes a word-based search facility using Boolean operators that can narrow down a search to meet very specific needs. Additional features of this catalog are:
Periodic list of recent additions to the library.
Members can find the materials checked out to them.
Details of the status of the Books can be accessed while browsing and searching for information.
The OPAC can be accessed by using the Intra-net facility available through LAN under the following IP address and options:
Web OPAC Service
Automated Circulation Service
Bulletin Board service
Current awareness service
Reference and Research
The Law Library’s team of highly skilled research professionals staffs the Reference Desk during most hours when the library is open. They primarily serve the College of Law’s students, faculty, and staff.
Excellent research skills are imperative to the practice of law. The Law Library actively promotes the development of strong research skills by offering a variety of educational opportunities for students in the College of Law.
Online Legal database Training
library has promote online legal databases among students and faculty , on site training program offered to access online database.