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Seminar on the Virtual Reading Room Resources

Seminar on the Virtual Reading Room Resources
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The practical seminar "Resources of the Virtual Reading Room of the National Library of Belarus with the Information Support of Educational and Research Activities" was held at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts was held on February 13.

The seminar was organized by the National Library of Belarus as part of the Virtual Reading Room’s activities on expanding the use of the world's leading electronic information resources in libraries and information centers in Belarus.

The seminar’s attendees were presented the algorithms of working with the information resources of the Virtual Reading Room in the field of theatrical, visual, decorative, film and television art, design.

The seminar was attended by the Academy Library’s staff.


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