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Test Access to the Resources of the "Direct-Media" Publishing House

Test Access to the Resources of the "Direct-Media" Publishing House
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The test access to the electronic information resources of the Direct-Media publishing house, specializing in educational and scientific literature, is open for schools connected to the resources of the virtual reading room.

"BiblioShkola" is an electronic educational portal that provides access to more than 20,000 full-text educational and methodical publications: books, reades, audio manuals, periodicals, encyclopedias, multimedia training simulators.

"Encyclopedium" is an information resource, which includes more than 600 full-text reference books, dictionaries and encyclopedias in various fields of knowledge. The resource has a user-friendly interface. The articles inside the publications are arranged in alphabetical order.

Electronic information resources are intended for teachers, students, parents, employees and school administration.

Access is provided until May 31, 2018.


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First Conference "The Poet and the World"

16 Oct 2020

A significant event took place at the Piatrus Browka Literary Museum on October 15: the first scientific and practical conference "The Poet and the World". The event was dedicated to the 115th anniversary of Piatrus Browka and the 40th anniversary of the Piatrus Browka Literary Museum.

National Library of Belarus News

Common Future by Joint Forces

16 Oct 2020

The Official Documents Service Department (room 207) presents a thematic book exhibition “Common Future by Joint Forces” to the 75th anniversary of the United Nations from October 16 to November 11.

Book exhibitions

Gentle, Sweet, Kind

13 Oct 2020

The Library has organized an exhibition "Gentle, Sweet, Kind" dedicated to Mother's Day (October 14) that will be on show from October 13 to November 30 (2nd floor, circular corridor).

Book exhibitions

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