Tag Archives: Mongolia

Photo blog: Building digital libraries in Mongolia

(10 February 2016) The Asia Foundation’s Books for Asia launched its Let’s Read! digital library pilot project in Ulaanbaatar this month. It addresses the shortage of age- appropriate books, in both Mongolian and English, and invigorates a culture of reading among children. This photo blog looks at the challenges many of the schools in Ulaanbaatar’s […]


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The Let’s Read! Asia Digital Library expands to Mongolia

(1 February 2016, Ulaanbaatar)  Today, The Asia Foundation’s Books for Asia program; Mongolia’s Ministry of Education, Culture, and Science; and Library For All kick off Let’s Read! Mongolia, a children’s digital library that will deliver an entire library of stories into the hands of underprivileged students. This project builds upon the November 2015 launch of […]


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The right to read in Mongolia

(8 October 2105) To fulfill the promise of the right to read for blind, visually impaired and other print disabled people, EIFL is supporting ratification of the Marrakesh Treaty in partner countries, and its implementation into national copyright law. In a project supported by the EIFL Copyright and Libraries Programme, the Mongolian Libraries Consortium (MLC) […]


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Open access seminar in Mongolia

(3 December 2014) Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Mongolian Libraries Consortium, Books for Asia (The Asia Foundation Mongolia) and Books for Mongolia (American Center for Mongolian Studies) will host a seminar “Open access: knowledge sharing and sustainable scholarly communication in Mongolia” on December 11, 2014. The objective of the seminar is to bring together stakeholders from […]


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BanglaJOL loads 100th journal

(4 February 2013)  INASP has announced that there are now 100 journals on the Bangladesh Journals Online. BanglaJOL features journals with research conducted in, and relevant to, Bangladesh. Since it launched in 2007, BanglaJOL has been growing steadily and now contains almost 10,000 articles across the 100 journals. Having been managed by INASP since it […]


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