Resources are expanding up at West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
Over 80 thousand titles of E-books are now available to student of WVU-P.
The books are all supplemental use and will be available to students who attend class on campus and on-line.
Steven Hupp, library director at WVU-P says the E-books are a great resource for students.
"They are available both on and off campus. They are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week," Hupp says. "There are, of course, user name and password sensitive but students can come here and we can give them that information."
Hupp adds that he hopes the new technology will attract new students to the university.
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