YEREVAN, Armenia – On November 18, 2013, librarians from different universities of Armenia visited the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s AGBU Papazian Library in the framework of the EU Tempus IV project.
The AGBU Papazian Library recently launched a new service to allow currently enrolled students to check out laptops.
AGBU Papazian Library at AUA introduces its new tablets. 25 brand new e-readers and iPADs come to make the learning
On June 12-15, 2013, the American University of Armenia (AUA) participated in the 10th Annual AMICAL Conference hosted by the
The National Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NCIE) of Armenia organized a round-table discussion at the AUA AGBU Papazian Library on “Copyright and libraries in the modern digital environment.”
The AGBU Papazian Library recently received a generous donation of a 100-volume collection of prominent American literature published by the of Library of America.
The AGBU Papazian Library was founded in 1991, the same year as the American University of Armenia. Named after the Papazian family, a generous benefactor of AUA, the AGBU Papazian Library is home to over 42,000 volumes of books and over 65,000 online journals.
More than 40 students from the IT School visited the AGBU Papazian Library at the American University of Armenia on Wednesday, February 27.
The American University of Armenia inaugurated its new state-of-the-art Knowledge for Development Center in Dilijan with a special ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, January 26.
The AGBU Papazian Library at the American University of Armenia is developing an institutional repository to preserve and disseminate archival material and academic work conducting in AUA.