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In this section you will find the Experts Training library where you can find the entire collection of books and manuals that we use in our training resources.
The virtual libraries that are being created in increasing numbers are similar to the traditional libraries, but the books are not made in paper but in other support, in formats of digitized texts, either in one program or another, with passwords or no keys, and some printables, while others do not give that option.
  Among the advantages of this new form of presentation of the Library, we can mention:
There are no schedules for consultations or withdrawals. It is visited at the moment one disposes.
All people have access to it, even though they can not move to a Traditional Library due to problems of various kinds; There are even texts in Braille on the network, to give access to the blind.
There is no need to remove, move and return books, sometimes with haste, because in traditional libraries they are required by other readers.
Digital books do not spoil or wear out.
You can talk, listen to music or work in groups, while consulting the digital library.
  The paper book will remain ideal for those who like to read in bed, or to take to the beach or to places of vacation or rest. In no way, the digital library will displace the traditional library, but the important thing is that it opens a new path for new readers, or to encourage in them another type of support and access to other works and libraries from distant places, which before These new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), the researcher was, many times, unable to consult.
  Virtual libraries do not need furniture or large shelves, although they depend on software and a server where the site is installed.
It may not be noticeable in the near future that the "Virtual Library" is very profitable, but the important thing is to allow the transmission of knowledge, access to information and the incentive of research, three of the most important objectives of any similar means .
But perhaps the most important purpose, for which it is necessary to support and expand virtual libraries, is the essentially auxiliary element of teaching, which is also made more accessible with these new forms of communication, with distance studies, which go a little to little by presenting more options.