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PressReader, an e-magazine & e-newspaper is now available for trial till 30 June 2020.

 Below is instruction to access the database:

1.    Click Link - 

2.    Gifted Access will appear – Your device ID is authenticated for 30 days.

3.    Click Sign-In - Full access is granted to all content.

If the user wishes to interact personally with the platform they must create a free account in which gifted access is transferred to your username/password. (Website PressReader —-> Sign In —-> New User? Sign Up Now —-> Register using your official email address “name [at] institutionName [dot] edu [dot] my” —-> Create my account).

4.    Use the Username/Password you created on to log in to any of their personal devices (tablet, pc, mobile and etc.). One (1) username up to three (3) devices concurrently.

This link is valid until 30th June 2020, but access will continue granted for 30 days from the date you registered.

Please contact Librarian at 03-7801 1928 or email to shahril_effendi [at] oum [dot] edu [dot] my for enquiries

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ProQuest Central - Trial Database

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ProQuest Central is the largest, multidisciplinary, full-text database available in the market today. This resource provides access to 47 of ProQuest's complete databases, with a variety of content types across over 175 subjects, making this the broadest single research resource in the world. Unlike other resources, ProQuest Central is made up of separate, fully searchable databases which may be used together or separately. ProQuest Central won the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) 2010 CODiE Award for Best Online General Reference Service.


More information can be found here:

Database Evaluation Form - ProQuest Central
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Benchmarking Online Networking Database (BOND)

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Till date, consists of 416 documents on Best Practices on business sustainability published by Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC). BOND is one of MPC strategies in its effort to educate the Society towards continuous improvement. 

Open Access


Click at this link for Video Usage Guide on how to use the Digital Library.

Kindly contact Librarians at 03-7801 1925 for assist.



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