TEEAL IN FUTO LIBRARY

The Essential Electronics Agricultural Library (TEEAL) has been successfully installed in  FUTO library and is now running in the library’s local network.

TEEAL is a searchable offline digital library which contains articles related to the agricultural sciences including agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, agronomy, crop and soil science, entomology, natural resources management, forestry, livestock management, nutrition and food science, plant pathology, rural development, sustainable agriculture and veterinary medicine.

TEEAL is updated annually and delivered by the TEEAL project office at Cornell University’s Mann library. With over eighty (80) major scientific publishers, societies and index providers, TEEAL is a full text and searchable database of articles from more than 325 high quality journals. The journals are provided by a network of major publishers and have been selected for their quality and relevance.

Access: Users’ email address, affiliation and gender are required to sign up to access the collections. Once signed in to TEEAL, a user can browse the academic journals or additional research contents such as the materials from the Gates Foundation. In addition, users can search directly from the main page. Articles are stored on the local machine and download fast for viewing, printing, saving or e-mailing.

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