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• Multimedia Services in the Edutainment Zone which include Video and Audio on Demand at over 500 stations and Wi-Fi Service; • Electronic Resources which include 23 databases as follows: - E-Books in NetLibrary and Ebrary “Academic Complete” - e-Journal in Academic Search Complete (ASC), Business Source Complete (BSC), Communication Mass Media Complete (CMMC), ScienceDirect, Westlaw, Emerald, Cambridge Journal Online and Multi-Science Collection Online - e-Thesis in ProQuest Dissetation and Theses (PQDT) and ThaiLIS Digital Collection (TDC) - e-News in Regional Business News, News Center, Matichon e-Library and iQNewsClip - CORPUS On-line of the Ministry of Commerce - ThailandLaw9 - SETSMART of the Thailand Stock Market - niti.com - Online Streaming Video “Theatre in Video” - Online Streaming Video “Dance in Video” • Library Workshop and Class which train and offer services on library search and how to cite references. In addition, the Bangkok University History Hall where crucial information, documents and important events on the establishment of Bangkok University are recorded in the Time Line Unfolding Form. At present, the libraries on both campuses hold 156,415 titles with 352,417 books, including a rare collection of 833 38 BANGKOK UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL law books, 470 Thai journals, 212 English journals and 5 e- Journals. In addition, 10,024 titles of multimedia materials with 18,667 volumes are available. Over 500 computer terminals with internet connection are available. The Library opens seven days a week during 7.30 - 18.00 hours from Monday to Saturday, and 9.00 - 17.00 hours on Sundays at City Campus. For conveniences, all on-line services are available at http://library.bu.ac.th. Computer Center Computer technology is vital to the development of teaching, learning and research. The Computer Center enhances such development by using a central network that relies on the fast multi-gigabit ethernet system which is efficiently accommodating the growing demand of the student users as well as that of the faculty and administrative staff. The computer development and maintenance staff includes technical experts in many sub-fields. They are ready at all times to assist students and users on an individual and group basis. Bangkok University Computer Center has its very own team of developers to custom design programs that keep enhancing the efficiency and quality of the University’s education as well as the operation of the administrative units. The Computer Center has developed an internet-based student registration service that allows students to register, arrange class schedules, and check grade reports online. Students are welcome to visit the Computer Center on Floor 7 of Dr. Charoen Kanthawongs Building on City Campus or visit the website at compcenter.bu.ac.th