The reconstruction of the 5th building of the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia (63, Sulkhan Tsintsadze Street, former Book Chamber) is underway. The repair works will be finished soon, and properly preserved collections and renovated reading halls will be available to the National Library users.
On 27 March, Zaal Sarajishvili, the Deputy State Minister on Diaspora Issues, and Mirian Khositashvili, Deputy General Director of the National Library, arranged the presentation of the Diaspora Library at the Parliament of Georgia.
From 12 March onward, for one month period, EUROMONITOR INTERNATIONAL databases will be available to the National Library users. Euromonitor International is the world’s leading independent provider of strategic market research. Euromonitor International is an essential resource for every organization, providing innovative market research products, reliable reports and daily updates from expert analysts.
The National Library launches a new mega project Pirosmani. The aim of the project is to discover and collect digital versions of works by Georgian citizens preserved in families and organizations or published in different issues throughout Georgia.
Until 31 March, leading academic English publisher Routledge provides free access to over 300 most read scientific articles about Art and Humanities. Each collection contains 25 best works. To see articles, just enter the publisher’s website, click the link and follow the instructions.
On 5 March, an up-to-date Community Centre and library opened in Nukriani village, Signagi Municipality, within the framework of the project “Public Libraries for Local Development” implemented with the support of the National Parliamentary Library.