The National Library of Belarus, with the support of the EIFL International Consortium of Libraries and Wiley Publishing House, hosted a webinar on the publication of scientific articles in international journals in the open access mode on April 19.
A thematic exhibition "Book and Copyright in the Modern World" dedicated to World Book and Copyright Day is open in the Documents of International Organizations Reading Room (207g) from April 20 to May 23.
It happened to each of us. You cram into a crowded subway car, you can hardly find a free space to fit at least your head, a book is in your hands, you open it – after all, you stopped at the most interesting moment, how can you not read it? That is when it happens. Someone else's curious glance slides over the pages, the uninvited reader almost puffs in your – what an audacity! Although... What's the big deal? Why does a glance at someone else's book, thrown by a fellow passenger, awaken so much anger and irritation in us? Let's try to figure out.
In the history of the formation and development of the National Library of Belarus (hereinafter – NLB) there are many personalities whose professional contribution can hardly be overestimated. Among them is Adam Sakolchyk, a big specialist, a talented teacher and a well-known Belarusian bibliographer, a person with a very difficult and interesting life.