Qatar National Library (QNL) recently held an informative workshop aimed at equipping local librarians with skills relating to the range of public services provided by national libraries.
The 2016 Arab Peninsula Regional Group Meeting, hosted by Qatar National Library (QNL) and the World Digital Library (WDL), was recently held at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC).
The MoU outlines cooperation between the two institutions in various areas, including digitisation of historical documents, enhancing e-learning resources, development of training programmes for researchers and librarians, cooperative reference services and shared catalogues, inter-library lending, and document delivery.
Qatar National Library (QNL) will host a series of events to highlight the benefits of public services and prioritise the training of students and professionals this month.
Qatar National Library is offering free hands-on training sessions on the effective searching of selected Islamic online resources: E-Marefa, Al Manhal, and Dar Almandumah collection.
Qatar National Library (QNL) cordially invites you to a workshop on ‘Public Services in Libraries and Information Centers’. The workshop will be presented by Huda Abbas*, Executive Director of the HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Library at King's Academy Amman, Jordan.
The 48th Metropolitan Libraries Conference (MetLib), hosted by Qatar National Library (QNL), drew to a close last Thursday following six days of dialogue, networking and insightful presentations delivered by delegates from internationally renowned libraries.
Progressing innovation within the information services sector to nurture creativity among children was one of the key themes discussed during the first few days of the 48th Metropolitan Libraries (MetLib 2016 Qatar) Conference.
The 48th Metropolitan Libraries (MetLib) Conference, hosted by Qatar National Library (QNL), opened today at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) in Doha.
Qatar National Library cordially invites you to a book discussion of ‘Qatar’s Modern and Contemporary Development: Chapters of Political, Social and Economic Development’ by Ahmed Al Shalaq, Mustafa Mahmoud and Youssef Al Abdullah.