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Electronic information resources
The electronic information resources to which the BL is subscribed; or those that the BL has access to via institutional agreements are:
Dominican Portal of Scientific, Technological, Humanistic and Social Information (INFOCYT): It is an online access system to digital information of scientific, technological and humanistic content. Books, journals, texts, videos, essays, databases and documents in different languages. Available to you! Request the username and password for access at firstname.lastname@example.org or find the notice in your virtual classroom. The portal address is www.infocyt.do
EBSCO HOST: indexes, academic periodicals, and full texts of articles and documents covering different areas of the sciences and humanities. It is accessed through a username and password that is provided to students and teachers of the Domínico Americano School (DAS), and from the Domínico Americano University.
eLibraryUSA: provides access to millions of publications, specialized articles, digital books, audio, video and multimedia resources. Academic OneFile, JSTOR, ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Database, Research in Context, in addition, tools for learning the English language, contents related to history, culture of the United States of America, technology, environment, health, social sciences, literature, economics, and business administration, among other topics of interest.
It can only be accessed from the Library’s computers; and it is sponsored by the United States Department of State.
The full documents of the final theses of the undergraduate and graduate programs that meet the requirements established in the Academic Regulations of the Universidad Domínico Americano (UNICDA) can be consulted in the general reading room in printed format and via the web catalog of the Biblioteca Lincoln in digital format:
The collection of technical documents related to the demands of the majors taught by the Domínico Americano University is located in the main reading room of the BL. It specializes in the topics of: information and computer science; education, texts on methodology for the teaching of the English language; tourism, gastronomy and hotel and restaurant administration; finance, marketing and business administration; and literature: universal, American, Latin American and Dominican; also American and Dominican history; among others.
The information resources of both collections, books, audiovisuals, etc. are organized following the guidelines of the Dewey decimal system.
BL has a small collection of printed maps available for consultation in the library, or in classrooms when needed. BL staff provide assistance when users request access to the collection.