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Seminar-training on using information products of the Oxford University Press

Seminar-training on using information products of the Oxford University Press
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On 22 April, the National Library hosted a seminar-training on using information publishing products of the Oxford University Press in the process of education and research.


The event was organized by the National Library of Belarus in cooperation with the publishing house Oxford University Press.

The seminar brought together researchers, university professors, doctoral students, graduate students and undergraduates, heads and specialists of Belarusian libraries and other information agencies.

The regional manager of the publishing house Oxford University in Russia, CIS and the Baltic states Marcin Dembowski made a presentation at the seminar. He introduced the audience to the possibility of using information products of the publishing house Oxford University Press, and also conducted a training for authors in placing publications in reputable foreign journals.

Presentation of Marcin Dembowski

 

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