About EYU Library

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East Yangon University Library

Brief History

East Yangon University was established in April 2000. The University Library was opened at the same time. Started to run with the books and periodicals collected at the old College (Kyimyindyne and Botahtaung Colleges).
Firstly, One teaching room was used as a Library of University of East Yangon move in the new library building in Nov, 2015.

Objective

To provide up-to-date information and resources of high quality standard to library users.
To meet the relevant necessary information to teachers and students with regard to knowledge and skills through on user- friendly services.

Librarians

  1. Daw Myint Myint (2000 – 2015)
  2. Daw Khin Aye Myint (2015 – 2018)
  3. Daw Nu Nu Aung (2018 - present)

Collections

Collection of Myanmar encyclopedia, Rare books on Myanmar, Historical books, English Myanmar reference books and Biography.
At present the collections of East Yangon University Library are as follow:

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Organogram of East Yangon University Library

Role Quantity
Librarian 1
Assistant Librarian 2
Library Assistant Grade - 2 3
Library Assistant Grade - 3 7
Other 1
Total 14

Composition of the Library

The new library is three-storied building.


Second floor - Rare and Reference services
Conference room
Librarian Office room
First floor - e-library room and periodical section
Ground floor - Loan counter and open shelf

Services

Provide services to regular students and faculty members to use library conveniently.
Inter- library loan
Support to the library users to access updated books and references from collected books by finding title, author, and subject from catalogue.
Teachers can borrow 3 books and students can borrow 2 books at the same time.

Activities at the University Library

Entering e–lib catalogue cards in English & Myanmar
Scanning the rare books
e–library project was started with the support of Electronic Information for Libraries (EIFL) in April, 2015.
Searching e-books at EBSCO Host
Providing e- library related training by EBSCO local Coordinator to faculty members and master students