Institute Library


The MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology Library was established when the Lanao Technical School of the Bureau of Vocational Education was integrated into the Mindanao State University in 1968 as an external autonomous unit. The school was then renamed MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology by virtue of R.A. 5363.

The library operates in a centralized system with the Institute Librarian as the head. It comprises the main library and seven satellite libraries.

The library holdings consist of books, periodicals and electronic media sources on subject areas covered by the curricular offerings of the Institute. The strength of the collection is on science and technology. Other resources include collection of theses and researches, microforms, vertical file materials and multimedia.

The open shelves system is adopted in all service points where users may browse and select their materials. Books are organized according to the Dewey Decimal Classification.

Online Libraries

eLibraries and Learning Resources

Library Log

MSU-IIT eLibrary

Free Online Learning Resources
  1. National Emergency Library – FREE ACCESS to more than 1.4 million digital books – National Emergency Library Announcing the National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
  2. John Wiley and Sons – I’m happy to share with you that John Wiley & Sons is opening up:
    Free access to COVID-19 research resources: Wiley has made more than 5,000 COVID-19-related articles freely available in support of the global efforts in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. As always, you can access our Wiley Online Library Training hub should you need any tips on the platform. Cochrane and Wiley have agreed that from the week of the 23rd March 2020 the Cochrane Library will be temporarily unrestricted for everyone in every country of the world. 
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  3. JoVE – JoVE offers FREE ACCESS to extensive STEM education video library to aid remote teaching & learning as COVID-19 pandemic shuts down classrooms around the world. JoVE has announced that it will provide free access to all its educational video content through June 15, 2020.

  4. ODILO learning platforms OPEN to the school/ academic institutions for FREE! Just send them a message if you need the LEARNING platforms, resources (e-books, audiobooks, videos), tools, support and training.

  5. English Language Teaching, in partnership with colleagues at Cambridge Assessment English, are producing free, online content for teachers and learners. Our World of Better Learning blog is supporting distance learning for those whose schools have been closed.

    Education publishing are working to support teachers, students and parents around the world. A range of online resources are available in the form of free 90 days trials and our regional teams will be on hand to discuss individual customer needs, providing the help and guidance around moving to or using online and blended print and digital products.