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Online Resources

Hofstra Blackboard

This online course management system is a powerful tool for professors and students alike. Instructors post announcements, documents, and other materials on a password-protected class websites. Students gain access to all the Web-based course materials through a single site. Available 24/7, Hofstra Blackboard allows students to e-mail professors and classmates, as well as submit class work and check grades.

Computing Services

As an Online MBA student, you will benefit from Hofstra's technologically advanced services. In addition, if you have any technical difficulties, Student Help Desk Support is available at scs@hofstra.edu or at 516-463-7777. Technical representatives are available from 8 a.m. until midnight U.S. eastern time from Monday through Sunday. Additionally, three open-access labs with more than 200 PC workstations are available to students. There are also 20 specialized computer labs with more than 800 computers throughout campus.

Online Library

The Hofstra Electronic Library provides 24/7 online access from campus or home to 150 databases, 53,000 full-text journals, and 47,000 electronic books via the Internet. Among the online databases available are: Academic Search Premier, ARTstor, Business Source Premier, Communication and Mass Media Complete, Congressional Universe: Congressional Hearings Digital Collection and U.S. Serial Set Digital Collection, Early English Books Online (EEBO), Education Full Text Factiva, Film Literature Index, GeoRef Grove Music Online, JSTOR, LexisNexis Academic, Naxos Music Library, New York Times Historical, PsyclNFO, Women and Social Movements in the United States, WorldCat and many others. All electronic resources can be accessed through the Joan and Donald E. Axinn Library website.