Beni American University is proud to announce a newly formed support partnership with JSTOR. Through JSTOR’s initiative for African universities, BAU community members can have free unlimited access to millions of academic content collections in
- Life Sciences
- 19th Century British Pamphlets
To utilize this opportunity, Beni American University students are required to simply visit the JSTOR homepage and start using the resources as they will be recognized and authenticated as BAU students if they are using BAU issued devices or accessing the resources from any BAU mini campus.
Access to JSTOR’s Plant Science online environment that brings together content, tools, and people interested in plant science has been granted to the BAU community through the JSTOR Plant Science portal at plants.jstor.org
In addition, BAU users can also access Aluka academic content by going directly to www.aluka.org. The collections of academic content available are in
- African Cultural Heritage Sites and Landscapes
- Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa
This partnership is part of Beni American University’s efforts to further the goal of providing affordable educational opportunities to potential students in Africa, who otherwise may have had no access to quality education. This provides us access to so many resources that our students will not be bored anytime soon – BAU Advisory Council Member
The university’s vision is to become the premier online hybrid institution of learning, setting the standard for educational excellence in the sub-saharan Africa using cutting-edge technologies.
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Beni American University