What's in the library?
The eTekkatho library contains over 900 full text academic resources. This first edition of the library covers human geography (including urban and rural geography, economic geography and development studies), physical geography (including hydrology, natural hazards and disasters, and remote sensing and GIS), earth sciences and the environment along with supporting subjects of computer literacy, mathematics and English language.
Benefits for you
eTekkatho is a free, open online digital library that helps you to find books, teaching materials, journal articles, datasets and other educational resources for your studies and research. All the resources are selected and described by subject specialists. The majority of content of the library has been compressed so you can access it over a low bandwidth network.
Access to the library is free and open to all. If you would like a local copy of the library at your institution, please get in touch.
Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014 09:56:36 +0000 by Celia Russell
We are building a new area of the website to assist universities in Myanmar develop their international research partnerships. To start the ball rolling, Dagon University has created a list of research areas where they want to develop international collaborations, …
Publisher: Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT), University of Plymouth
Mathematics is the language of science and the eTekkatho library contains over 260 mathematical teaching resources, self-guided lessons, book chapters, glossaries and other materials. This featured resource focuses on exponents and logs and shows how these can be used to model population growth, radioactive decay, the movement of planets - and guitar making.