Tatyana Sapego, head of the research and design work sector of the Bibliology Research Department, got an internship in Poland with the support of MOST.
The Mobility Scheme for Targeted People-to-People-Contacts (MOST) is the EU funded project designed for encouraging contacts between citizens of Belarus and member nations of the European Union, exchanging experience and developing professional contacts.
The internship was conducted in the Institute for Eastern Slavic Studies at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, the Book Institute in Krakow, the Book and Reading Institute at the National Library in Warsaw.
Tatiana Sapego attended the 21st International Slavic Conference on Polish-East Slavic Language, Literary and Cultural Contacts, organized by the Institute for Eastern Slavic Studies at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, and made a report about the books printed in Polish Kalisz and now kept in the National Library of Belarus. Also she gained work experience and established professional contacts at the Book Institute in Krakow and the Book and Reading Institute in Warsaw.
Visits were made to the Jagiellonian Library, the Princes Czartoryski Library, the Scientific Library of the Polish Academy of Arts and the Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow, the National Library in Warsaw, the Library of the University of Warsaw; the National Museum in Krakow, the Jagiellonian University Museum, the Jan Matejko House, the Count Emerick Hutten-Czapski Museum, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, the Frederic Chopin Museum, etc.
As part of the internship program, the facsimile edition of the Belarusian Primer, published in the 400th anniversary of the first Primer, was donated to the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, the National Museum in Krakow, the Library of the University of Warsaw and the Book Art Museum in Lodz.
Thanks to the internship, new experience and knowledge were acquired; cooperation with foreign colleagues has been established; negotiations were held on the organization of joint projects with Polish partners. Our colleague got familiarized with innovations, products, advanced technologies in the library and museum sphere and presented the achievements and work results of the Bibliology Research Department in Polish organizations.
Bibliology Research Department