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GDLI M.I.T digital Library identifies and implements digital library initiatives that support teaching and research support purposes, students, researcher civil servants and anyone interested in sourcing information will have it easy. Our library uniqueness is such that it allows users, without actually stepping into the library, to read library books and conduct research at home, in the office, or at school, using the Internet ,the eGranary contains an off-line collection of approximately 30 million educational resources from more than 2,500 Web sites and hundreds of CD-ROMs and fits on a 4TB hard drive. The collection includes more than 60,000 books in their entirety, hundreds of full-text journals, and dozens of software applications. It provide service which enables users to effectively employ electronic data by using an in-library network is also referred to as an "electronic library service." This is a new library service that applies rapidly advancing data processing technology and networking technology. Our library serves as a gateway to hundreds of other institutional libraries around the world.

E - Books

MIT Library is a home of book-length publication in digital form; we have over 3.5 million eBooks’ 1.583 M.I.T courseware that is constantly updated and application softwares.

Professional Examination Centre

All professional exams on Pearson VUE are administered in the Library e.g. TOEFL, GRE, etc. The PMP globl exams (paper and pencil) are also included. Also available is JAMB Registration.

Video Conferencing and Lecturing

We offer a technology that allows users in different locations to hold face-to-face meetings without having to move to a single location. This technology is particularly convenient for business users in different cities or even different countries because it saves the time, expense and hassle associated with business travel. Uses for video conferencing include holding routine meetings, negotiating business deals and interviewing job candidates. This applies to video lectures; students can receive lectures via video from foreign universities.
At GDLI our customers are the reasons why we exist, we help them save time and money on long distance meetings with Video Conferencing. Connect people in different locations nationally or worldwide using cameras and TV screens so you can see and hear each other in real-time.

Some uses for Video Conferencing and lectures
  • Staff meetings
  • Recruitment interviews
  • AGM's and company announcements
  • Family occasions such as weddings or birthdays
  • Distance learning or staff training

Video Conferencing benefits

Reducing travel, and helping to eliminating travel costs, accommodation and other expenses such as meals. Transferring the savings is a benefit for today's cash conscious companies.

Meeting via technology can be a much better use of valuable time reducing the time spent travelling.

Work life Balance
Giving people the option to work from different locations and helping staff to retain a better work life balance.

Multi-Media Tools

GDLI has the best facility that produce the basic multimedia tools set for building multimedia projects that contains one or more authoring system and various editing applications for text, still images, audios, animation and motion video. Through the use of our high quality resources we are able to produce perfect materials that will enable our customers achieve maximum satisfaction from content developed at GDLI.

Application Software

Edu Portal

GDLI develop and manage educational portal for colleges, institutions and organizations who are interested, Education portal is a specially designed website that provides a host of educational services with personalized content, and links or connections to education related systems or services. Our Edu portal boost of an interactive community between the students and lecturers, registered students are provided with a unique user name and password to log into the private area of the website. Here, personalized content is provided, based on a database or similar tool that holds the student data. For example, students can log on to the education portal of their school and see their current courses, program of study, fees, and other relevant information. The depth and breadth of information provided varies widely and is often tied to the system architecture of the school. The ability to provide personalized, user-specific content is central to the core functionality of an education portal produced by GDLI.