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Lib.bbu: A library that supports your academic and professional goals with quality information and technology


What is lib.bbu and why you should use it




If you are a student, researcher, or faculty member of Baku Business University (BBU) or Burapha University (BUU), you might have heard of lib.bbu. But what exactly is it and how can it help you with your academic work? In this article, we will explain what lib.bbu is, what are the benefits of using it, how to use it, and some tips and tricks for getting the most out of it. By the end of this article, you will be able to use lib.bbu as a powerful tool for finding, accessing, and citing information for your studies or research.


Introduction




Libraries are essential for any academic institution, as they provide access to a vast amount of information and resources that can support learning, teaching, and research. However, in the digital age, libraries are not limited to physical spaces and books. They also offer online services and platforms that allow users to access information anytime and anywhere. One such platform is lib.bbu.




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What is lib.bbu?




Lib.bbu is a website that serves as a gateway to the library services and resources of BBU and BUU. BBU is a private university in Azerbaijan that offers programs in business administration, economics, law, foreign languages, and engineering. BUU is a public university in Thailand that offers programs in arts, humanities, social sciences, health sciences, science, engineering, education, and management. Both universities have libraries that function as sources of teaching, scientific, and methodical information. Lib.bbu allows users from both universities to access the library catalogs, databases, e-journals, e-books, and other online resources that are available from their respective libraries.


What are the benefits of using lib.bbu?




Using lib.bbu has many benefits for users from both universities. Some of these benefits are:


  • It saves time and effort by allowing users to search for information from multiple sources in one place.



  • It provides access to a wide range of information and resources that cover various disciplines and topics.



  • It offers quality and reliable information that is curated and updated by librarians and experts.



  • It supports academic integrity and citation by providing tools and guides for referencing sources correctly.



  • It enhances learning and research skills by providing tutorials and tips for using the library services and resources effectively.



  • It connects users with librarians and peers who can offer assistance and feedback on their academic work.



How to use lib.bbu




Now that you know what lib.bbu is and what are the benefits of using it, you might be wondering how to use it. In this section, we will show you how to access lib.bbu, how to search for information on lib.bbu, and how to use the e-resources on lib.bbu.


How to access lib.bbu




To access lib.bbu, you need to have an internet connection and a web browser. You can use any device that has a web browser, such as a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. You can access lib.bbu by typing [1](https://www.lib.buu.ac.th/web/index.php/th/welcome-2/) (for BUU users) or [2](https://bbu.edu.az/en/library) (for BBU users) in your web browser's address bar. You can also bookmark these links or add them to your favorites for easier access in the future.


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Once you access lib.bbu, you will see a homepage that displays the logo and name of your university, as well as a menu bar that contains links to different sections of the website, such as About, Services, Resources, Contact, and Login. You can click on these links to navigate to the corresponding pages and learn more about the library. To access the library services and resources, you need to log in with your university credentials. You can do this by clicking on the Login link and entering your username and password. If you do not have a username and password, you can contact your library or IT department to create an account for you.


How to search for information on lib.bbu




Once you log in to lib.bbu, you can start searching for information on any topic that interests you or relates to your academic work. There are two main ways to search for information on lib.bbu: using the search box or using the browse menu.


The search box is located at the top of the homepage and allows you to enter keywords or phrases that describe what you are looking for. You can also use advanced search options to refine your search by selecting the type of resource, language, date range, and other criteria. After entering your search terms, click on the Search button or press Enter on your keyboard. You will see a list of results that match your query, along with some information about each result, such as the title, author, source, abstract, and availability. You can click on the title of any result to view more details or access the full text of the resource.


The browse menu is located on the left side of the homepage and allows you to explore the different categories of resources that are available on lib.bbu. You can browse by subject, type, format, collection, or publisher. For example, if you want to see all the e-books that are available on lib.bbu, you can click on E-Books under Format. You will see a list of e-books that are arranged alphabetically by title. You can also sort or filter the list by author, subject, language, or date. You can click on the title of any e-book to view more details or access the full text of the e-book.


How to use the e-resources on lib.bbu




Lib.bbu offers a variety of e-resources that can help you with your academic work. These include e-books, e-journals, databases, online courses, multimedia files, and more. To use these e-resources, you need to have a stable internet connection and a compatible device and software. Some e-resources may require additional steps or permissions to access them, such as creating an account or requesting a password. You can find more information about how to use each e-resource on its respective page or by contacting your library.


Here are some examples of how to use some of the e-resources on lib.bbu:


  • To read an e-book on lib.bbu, you can either download it to your device or read it online using a web browser or an e-reader app. Some e-books may have limits on how many pages you can print or copy.



  • To access an e-journal article on lib.bbu, you can either click on the link that leads you to the publisher's website or use a proxy server that allows you to access the article from off-campus. Some e-journals may have restrictions on how many articles you can view or download per day or month.



  • To use a database on lib.bbu, you can either search for information within the database itself or use a federated search tool that allows you to search across multiple databases at once. Some databases may have special features or functions that help you analyze or visualize data.



  • To enroll in an online course on lib.bbu, you can either register for free or pay a fee depending on the course provider. Some online courses may offer certificates or credits upon completion.



  • To view a multimedia file on lib.bbu, you can either stream it online or download it to your device. Some multimedia files may require specific software or plugins to play them.



Tips and tricks for using lib.bbu




Lib.bbu is a powerful tool for finding, accessing, and citing information for your studies or research. However, it can also be overwhelming or confusing if you do not know how to use it effectively. In this section, we will share some tips and tricks for using lib.bbu that can help you improve your learning and research skills.


How to optimize your search results on lib.bbu




Searching for information on lib.bbu can be challenging if you do not use appropriate keywords or phrases that match your topic. To optimize your search results on lib.bbu, you should follow these steps:


  • Define your topic clearly and identify the main concepts or keywords that describe it. For example, if your topic is "the impact of social media on mental health", your main keywords are "social media", "mental health", and "impact".



  • Use synonyms, related terms, or alternative spellings for your keywords to expand your search results. For example, you can use "Facebook", "Twitter", "Instagram" as synonyms for "social media", or "psychological", "emotional", "well-being" as synonyms for "mental health". You can also use wildcard characters (*) to search for variations of a word. For example, you can use "social*" to search for "social", "socialize", "socializing", etc.



  • Use Boolean operators (AND, OR, NOT) to combine your keywords and narrow or broaden your search results. For example, you can use "social media AND mental health" to search for results that contain both terms, or "social media OR mental health" to search for results that contain either term, or "social media NOT mental health" to search for results that contain the first term but not the second. You can also use parentheses to group your keywords and operators. For example, you can use "(social media OR Facebook) AND (mental health OR well-being)" to search for results that contain either "social media" or "Facebook" and either "mental health" or "well-being".



  • Use quotation marks (") to search for exact phrases or terms. For example, you can use ""social media"" to search for results that contain the exact phrase "social media", or ""impact of social media on mental health"" to search for results that contain the exact phrase "impact of social media on mental health". This can help you avoid irrelevant results that contain your keywords separately.



  • Use filters or facets to refine your search results by type, format, language, date, subject, or other criteria. For example, you can use the Type filter to limit your results to e-books, e-journals, databases, etc., or the Language filter to limit your results to English, Turkish, Thai, etc., or the Date filter to limit your results to a specific year or range of years. You can also use the Subject facet to limit your results to a specific discipline or topic.



How to use the citation tools on lib.bbu




Citing your sources is an important part of academic writing, as it shows respect for the original authors and allows your readers to verify and locate the information that you used. However, citing sources can be tedious and confusing if you do not know how to format them correctly according to the citation style that you are using. To help you with this task, lib.bbu offers some citation tools that can help you generate and manage citations for your sources.


Here are some examples of how to use some of the citation tools on lib.bbu:


  • To generate a citation for a source on lib.bbu, you can either use the Citation Generator tool or the Cite button on each result page. The Citation Generator tool allows you to enter the information about your source manually and choose the citation style that you want to use. The Cite button allows you to copy and paste a pre-formatted citation for your source in various citation styles. You can also export the citation to a citation management software such as EndNote or Zotero.



  • To manage your citations for multiple sources on lib.bbu, you can either use the My List tool or a citation management software such as EndNote or Zotero. The My List tool allows you to save and organize your sources in folders and subfolders on lib.bbu. You can also email, print, export, or cite your sources from My List. A citation management software allows you to import and store your sources in a personal library on your device or online. You can also organize, annotate, share, and cite your sources from a citation management software.



How to get help from the librarians on lib.bbu




If you have any questions or problems with using lib.bbu, you can always get help from the librarians who are ready to assist you with your information needs. There are several ways to contact the librarians on lib.bbu:


  • To chat with a librarian online, you can use the Chat with Librarian service that is available on every page of lib.bbu. You can type your question in the chat box and get an instant response from a librarian who is online. You can also send an offline message if no librarian is available at the moment.



  • To email a librarian, you can use the Ask a Librarian service that is available under the Contact menu of lib.bbu. You can fill out a form with your name, email address, subject, and question and submit it to the librarian. You will receive a reply within 24 hours.



  • To call a librarian, you can use the Phone service that is available under the Contact menu of lib.bbu. You can find the phone numbers of the librarians from both universities and call them during their working hours.



  • To visit a librarian in person, you can use the Location service that is available under the Contact menu of lib.bbu. You can find the addresses and maps of the libraries from both universities and visit them during their opening hours.



Conclusion




Lib.bbu is a website that serves as a gateway to the library services and resources of BBU and BUU. It offers many benefits for users from both universities, such as saving time and effort, providing access to a wide range of information and resources, offering quality and reliable information, supporting academic integrity and citation, enhancing learning and research skills, and connecting users with librarians and peers. To use lib.bbu, users need to access it through their web browsers, log in with their university credentials, search for information using the search box or the browse menu, and use the e-resources using their internet connection and compatible device and software. To optimize their search results on lib.bbu, users should use appropriate keywords and phrases, synonyms, related terms, alternative spellings, wildcard characters, Boolean operators, quotation marks, filters, and facets. To cite their sources on lib.bbu, users should use the Citation Generator tool or the Cite button on each result page, or use the My List tool or a citation management software to manage their citations for multiple sources. To get help from the librarians on lib.bbu, users should use the Chat with Librarian service, the Ask a Librarian service, the Phone service, or the Location service.


We hope that this article has helped you understand what lib.bbu is and why you should use it. We also hope that you have learned how to use it effectively and efficiently for your academic work. If you have any feedback or suggestions for improving this article or lib.bbu, please let us know in the comments section below. Thank you for reading and happy learning!


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about lib.bbu:


  • What is the difference between BBU and BUU?



BBU stands for Baku Business University, which is a private university in Azerbaijan that offers programs in business administration, economics, law, foreign languages, and engineering. BUU stands for Burapha University, which is a public university in Thailand that offers programs in arts, humanities, social sciences, health sciences, science, engineering, education, and management.


  • Why do BBU and BUU share lib.bbu?



BBU and BUU share lib.bbu because they have a partnership agreement that aims to promote academic cooperation and exchange between the two universities. By sharing lib.bbu, they can provide access to more information and resources for their students, researchers, and faculty members.


  • How can I access lib.bbu from off-campus?



You can access lib.bbu from off-campus by using your university credentials to log in to the website. However, some e-resources may require additional steps or permissions to access them from off-campus, such as creating an account or requesting a password. You can find more information about how to access each e-resource on its respective page or by contacting your library.


  • How can I suggest a new resource or service for lib.bbu?



You can suggest a new resource or service for lib.bbu by filling out a form that is available under the Services menu of lib.bbu. You can provide details about the resource or service that you want to suggest, such as the name, description, url, and reason for suggesting it. You can also attach a file or a link to support your suggestion. The librarians will review your suggestion and get back to you as soon as possible.


  • How can I give feedback or report a problem on lib.bbu?



You can give feedback or report a problem on lib.bbu by filling out a form that is available under the Contact menu of lib.bbu. You can provide details about your feedback or problem, such as the type, description, and screenshot of the issue. You can also provide your name and email address if you want to receive a response from the librarians. The librarians will appreciate your feedback and try to resolve your problem as soon as possible.




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