The project "InfoSauattylyq" is being implemented at Nazarbayev University library and supported by NU Social Development Fund.
The project "SauattyKeleşek" is being implemented at Nazarbayev University and supported by NU Social Development Fund
Open Access movement at Nazarbayev University strives to increase visibility of research, preserve and forge the intellectual potential, and ultimately advance Kazakhstan as a research and innovation-oriented country.
The NU Academic Council members unanimously passed the Open Access Policy on March 20, 2019. This framework supporting open and sustainable scholarly communication will go into effect in Fall 2020 and apply to all authors affiliated with the University
International Open Access Week is an annual week-long event to support the importance of OA as a model for knowledge dissemination. Celebrating OA Week at NU we provide opportunity for faculty, students and researchers to learn about ongoing scholarly communication issues and initiatives, to highlight NUR services that help promote open access and sustainable scholarly communication.
The Nazarbayev University (NU) Library and Information Literacy (LILY) Program was launched in 2018 to achieve student success across all schools of the university. The mission of the NU Library's Information Literacy Program is to develop active lifelong learners and critical thinkers in the community. The program will help them improve their abilities to search, access, evaluate, apply, and acknowledge the right information they need.
In continuing our efforts to foster Media and Information Literacy (MIL) in Kazakhstan, Nazarbayev University Library joins the global movement in October to commemorate the annual MIL Week celebration led by UNESCO. Our partners are NU Integrity Project and Libraries from across Kazakhstani Universities. We aim to
We bring together stakeholders MIL practitioners, local media, policymakers, students, teachers etc. and discuss the primary role of information and media in our lives. The program includes on-site and online events, contests, quizzes, InfoLitRace, MIL Day celebration and much more.
Besides offering state-of-art resources and services, the NU Library strives to create a venue for knowledge-sharing and discussion on inclusive education in the NU community and beyond. In line with this, the library regularly hosts thematic events and develops its outreach programs including assistive technologies trainings, disability-friendly communication workshops, and presentations of prominent books on inclusive education.
Every year we invite children of low-income families and orphans to celebrate International Children’s Book Day. The program aims to inspire a love of reading and calls attention to books among a new generation of children and teenagers. The objectives of the Future Generation program are as follow:
The Human Library is a worldwide movement for social change designed to build a positive framework for conversations that
Nazarbayev University Human Libraries started on March 30, 2016, and became a regular event. So far, we were able to invite people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ+, young women in science among others.
Since 2011 we go beyond the library building, in places where NU community live and hangout to showcase our resources and services.
The objectives of the program include:
The month of March commemorates the Women’s History month and International Women's Day (IWD) which is celebrated globally every March 8 since 1913. WoW is a week-long celebration of the contributions women have made, and are making, in society.
This program in collaboration with Consortium of Gender Scholars aims to: