Delhi University grants access to library resources from home

Delhi University grants access to library resources from home
Vishwas Garia | Mar 24, 2020 - 9:41 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: With an attempt to provide usability of Delhi University Library System to its students, the University of Delhi has granted access to use library resources from home. DU students will now be able to use all the available library resources through a VPN network with the help of any browser. To establish a VPN connection, students must know their DU wifi password and DU wifi username. However, those students who have not taken the membership of DU Library will not be able to use the facility. In case of any problem related to the service, students can write an email to vpn@ducc.du.ac.in.

The university has earlier suspended all its classes, internal assessments and house examinations till March 31, due to the COVID 19 outbreak. The preventive measures will be revisited after March 31 depending upon the prevailing conditions.

To avoid disruption of academic learning, Delhi University has gone online from March 12. The colleges of Delhi University have been uploading study material on their website on a weekly basis. Several other universities have also joined the league and decided to move into online classes. Ashoka University is conducting classes through Google Meet and Zoom in the regular timetable of the university. JNU and IIT Delhi is making use of Google Hangouts and video conferencing services to build and regulate digital classrooms

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