The conference featured preconference tutorials, panel presentations, keynote speeches, as well as birds-of-a-feather sessions.
The successful implementation of this project may serve as a model and encourage other universities in Armenia to develop OA publishing platforms for their academic products.
The donations include two notable collections of books, one from Zaven and Sonia Akian and the other from Joseph Oughourlian.
YEREVAN, Armenia – On December 11, a group of librarians from universities around Armenia visited the American University of Armenia
Over 30 librarians from university and public libraries around Armenia attended the lecture, Participants engaged in a lively discussion on practical copyright issues that they encounter every day.
The aim of the workshop was to examine how university libraries can integrate research into writing courses. The exchange with several American universities across the globe provided AUA staff with new perspectives and knowledge.
YEREVAN, Armenia – On April 11, the American University of Armenia’s (AUA) AGBU Papazian Library hosted a group of first year students and their professor Zaruhi Tonoyan from the Armenian State Pedagogical University’s Department of Museum, Library and Bibliography Studies after KH. Abovyan.
YEREVAN, Armenia – On March 22, the AGBU Papazian Library organized public hearings on the recent draft of Armenian Copyright Law that focuses on limitations and exceptions for libraries and educational communities.
The AUA Library is proud to announce a new addition. This week, a copy of reference book entitled: The Armenian Genocide: The Essential Reference Guide (ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, 2015) was donated by editor Alan Whitehorn.
AUA is launching a new subscription — Artstor Digital Library, Collections from the world’s leading museums and archives. Artstor brings together