The mobile application Moodstanza – Poems has been created as a result of collaboration between the National Library and Caucasus School of Journalism and Media Management (GIPA) and is available at (http://www.nplg.gov.ge/geo/apps, and is posted on Google play.
The exhibition “Georgia in European Sources and Europe in Georgian Sources”, dedicated to signing of the EU's Association Agreement with Georgia, will be held at the Winter Garden of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia on 27 June.
Within the framework of the project “Public Libraries for Local Development” trainings for pilot libraries (Khidistavi, Khulo, Nukriani, Zugdidi) employees will be held at the National Library Liberty Hall on 23-27 June.
Psychology Press publishing offers more than 2000 new publications for psychologists and psychiatrists.
The publisher Routledge gives you the opportunity to familiarize with the important works in field of local history.
On 16-20 June, at the National Library Children Room, educational trainings will be arranged for children from war affected regions, Gali and Akhalgori, within the framework of the project “Youth Leaders for Peace”.
The Language Archive (TLA) at Max Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics donated a server to the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia. The Language Archive (TLA) at Max Plank Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia will collaborate on the establishment of a regional digital language archive. This collaboration is funded by the European Commission through the INNET project.