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Training on TEEAL

04th August 2015. A training on the Essential Electronic Agricultural Library (TEEAL) was held in Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) Library, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka. The inaugural session was started at 10 AM and under the chair of Professor Dr. Md. Azizur Rahman Mazumder, Dean, Faculty of Agriculture. Professor Md. Shadat Ulla, Honourable Vice-Chancellor, SAU was the Chief Guest, Professor Dr. Md. Shahidur Rashid Bhuiyan, Honourable Pro Vice-Chancellor, SAU and Professor Dr. Md. Hazrat Ali, Hnourable Treasurer, SAU were the Special Guests, and Mr. Chandrashekhar Vithal, M., Coordinator TEEAL was the Guest of Honour. Sathguru Management Consultant, Hyderabad, India (Coordinator –TEEAL Programme for South Asia) conducted the training programme. Dr. Md. Anwarul Islam, Librarian, SAU cited that Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University is the first university level TEEAL user in Bangladesh. Professor Dr. Md. Mufazzal Hossain, Dean, Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Professor Dr. Md. Anwarul Haque Beg, Director (SAURES), Professor Dr. Md. Sekender Ali, Director Students Affairs, Professor Dr. Noor Md. Rahmatullah, Director ICC, Professor Dr. Md. Farhad Hossain, Convenor of Provost Council were present at the occasion. 30 number of Assistant Professors were attended the training programme. 

TEEAL (The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library), established in 1999, is a program of Cornell University Library Albert R. Mann Library, in partnership with leading publishers, to provide access to agricultural research literature. With support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and in cooperation with Sathguru Management Consultants, TEEAL sets are being placed in universities and research institutions in Bangladesh and training is being provided in the use of electronic research.

TEEAL contains almost 500,000 articles from more than 350 highly ranked research journals in agriculture and related biological sciences. Universities, colleges, research institutes, government ministries and policymakers in 110 low-income countries with limited or no internet connectivity can access the research literature through TEEAL help improve the agricultural sector of eligible countries. TEEAL searchable database offers direct access to full-text materials without internet connectivity and is easy to install and use. TEEAL is compatible with a standalone computer or multiple user workstations and is highly recommended for use on local area networks.

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Vice-Chancellor addressed as Chief Guest

Pro Vice-Chancellor addressed as Special Guest

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Treasurer addressed as Special Guest

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Dean, Faculty of Agriculture addessed as Chairperson

Coordinator of TEEAL for South Asia as Guest of Honoure

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Librarian Moderated

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Guests and Participants

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Guests and Participants