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Project "Create Culture: Library Innovative Services"

Project "Create Culture: Library Innovative Services"
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The National Library of Belarus became a participant in the project "Create Culture: Library Innovative Services", which was initiated by the Ukrainian Library Association.

Project partners are Aarhus Public Libraries (Denmark) and the Belarusian Library Association. The project is implemented thanks to the support of the European Union (House of Europe program).

The main goal of the project is to teach librarians of Ukraine and Belarus to create innovative library services, to develop the cultural and creative industries of these countries using the special methodology “Design Thinking for Libraries”. The project will last from March to December 2020. This methodology was developed by the public libraries of Aarhus and Chicago.

Representatives of 32 libraries of Ukraine and Belarus will join international trainings.

Belarusian participants in the project are:

  • National Library of Belarus

  • Brest Regional Library named after M. Gorky

  • Mogilev Regional Library named after V.I. Lenin

  • Borisov Central District Library named after I.H. Kolodeev

  • Molodechno Central District Library named after Maxim Bogdanovich

  • Baranovichy Central City Library named after V.P. Tavlai

Bibliology Research Department

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Francysk Skaryna Studies in France

23 Oct 2020

A virtual scientific round table dedicated to bibliological research in France took place on October 23. The leading expert of the event will be Olga Shutova, PhD in History, Head of the Laboratory of Francysk Skaryna Studies and Valorization of Research on the History of Culture of Belarus (Paris, France).

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The exhibition "Suguchcha"

22 Oct 2020

The exhibition "Suguchcha" opened on the 3rd floor of the circular corridor on October 22. The exhibition is organized by the National Library of Belarus in cooperation with the "Zvyazda" publishing house.

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