Drexel University’s online library to expand to more states
The University of Drexels online library is expanding to other states.
Drexel’s online bookstore has been providing students and faculty in the University of Maryland with access to all kinds of resources.
Now the Drexell campus will expand to offer the same level of access to students, faculty, and staff from across the country.
The library will offer a wide range of online courses from a wide array of universities, from the University at Buffalo, to Duke University, to Northeastern University, and more.
The online library will also offer new courses and resources, including courses on cybersecurity, data security, information security, and other topics.
The Drexeling University library is also adding a website to its online learning offerings, which will provide students and professors the ability to access courses on topics ranging from cybersecurity to information security.
The Drexelin Libraries will be able to expand the number of courses available on its online platform to more than 10,000 online courses and 3,000 print courses.
The new platform is expected to launch in fall 2019.
The new online library and the new print platform will allow Drexelle to expand its online education offerings, according to Dean of Libraries and Technology Brian Pritchard.
He added that the D.C. campus will continue to host classes in both the print and online format.