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Information support for education

Information support for education
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On March 12th, employees of the National Library took part in the seminar “Improvement of educational process and information education environment” which was held at Minsk secondary school № 114 named after Simon Bolivar.

Representative of the National Library of Belarus (NLB) Elena Tulupova presented a paper “Information support for education: the NLB resources and services”.

Specialists of the NLB corporate interaction section Elena Snegireva and Pavel Kalenteev acquainted pedagogues with the NLB Virtual reading room and his role in information support for pedagogical and research activity, presented the contents and search engines of databases EBSCO, Grebennikon, EastView, Universitetskaya biblioteka (the University library), Integrum etc, and also resources on open access produces by the National Library of Belarus and other Belarusian libraries which could be interesting to teachers and pupils.

The event gathered about 20 participants including pedagogues and school administration.


Founder of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Belarus

21 Jun 2021

June 21 marks the 280th anniversary of the birth of the famous French scientist-encyclopaedist, doctor of medicine, professor Jean Emmanuel Gilibert (1741-1814), who is rightfully considered the founder of pharmaceutical sciences in Belarus. He created and for several years headed the first higher medical institution in the territory of modern Belarus – the Hrodna Medical Academy.

Through the Pages of the Belarusian Calendar

Unusual Writers' Last Wills

17 Jun 2021

Have you ever wondered about your last will? Surely, you have, because none of us lives forever, unfortunately. One day there will come the time to leave this mortal world; before that, take care of your will, so that numerous friends and relatives will immediately know who your favourite was. Well-known writers, of course, also made their last wills – and often their instructions and wishes were unusual at least, and eccentric at most.

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