Founded in the year 2020, Thrivus library is one of the largest and leading academic libraries of the private universities in Ghana. The fully digitized library provides a dynamic, relevant and evolving collection of resources and services to support the institute’s mission of providing students and investigators with an open and effective infrastructure together with rigorous research environment to foster creation of basic knowledge through the pursuit of fundamental and innovative research.
Thrivus Institute’s library is mainly digital with access to a number of electronic information resources, including the PERI databases which give access to over 30,000 scholarly journals. Thrivus Institute Library goes beyond the physical building extending outside to students, staff and faculty and everywhere you have internet connection The electronic library is supplemented by a physical collection that is currently 10,000 volumes, as well as a variety of international and local magazines, newspapers, and research publications.
Electronic Library Collection
Thrivus’ e-library collection currently is made up of more than 10,000 ebooks and 100 CD-ROMs focused on Human Embriology, Gene Therapy, Molecular Biology, Implantation, Clinical Embryology, Crispr Lentivirus, Stem Cells etc The electronic collection will be continually increase over the years.
The library subscribes to a number of electronic information resources, including databases which gives access to over 30,000 scholarly journals.
- African Journals Online (AJOL)
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Digital Library
- Cambridge Univ Press journals
- CREDO reference
- Directory of open access books
- Directory of open access journals
- Duke University Press Journals
- IMF elibrary
- IOP Journals
- Intellect journals
- Oxford English Dictionary online
- Oxford Handbooks online
- Oxford Journals online
- Oxford Reference Online
- Project MUSE
- Sage Research Methods
- Taylor & Francis online
- Wiley Online Library
- World Bank eLibrary
The library is under the management of librarian and assisted by Mr, Okyere and three other staffs.
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