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On April 20th–23rd, the school of directors of scientific and university libraries of Belarus “The art of an effectual library management is held.

The School’s purposes:

  • improvement of professional level of managers in Belarus;
  • acquaintance with management technologies and new methods of library staff management;
  • acquaintance with management technologies and application of innovations in the library activity;
  • acquaintance with project management technologies;
  • revelation of professional and psychological basis of innovative activity of managers;
  • development of professional international communications of heads of libraries etc.  

The event includes trainings, master-classes, creative workshops, round tables, presentations, lections and practical studies.  

Location: the library of the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts, Y. Kolas Central Scientific Library of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Goethe Institute in Minsk.

Source: Belarusian Library Association


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