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School of Library Technologies

What is School of Library Technologies?

  • School of Library Technologies (SLT) was established as a training center at Nazarbayev University Library. Our aim is to develop and improve the professional competencies of library leaders and experts, to inspire the generation of new ideas, and implement current innovative technologies in the library's services.
  • Since 2012, the NU Library in partnership with the Association of University Libraries in the Republic of Kazakhstan has shared best practices and experience of library and information services.

What We Do?

  • We share our expertise and equip with knowledge and skills that we acquired and from what we succeeded: library management, e-resources management, cataloging, open access initiatives and repository development, reference, and patron services.
  • We use all kind of means available and information technologies to promote and conduct training: social media, teleconferences, live sessions
  • We want to support librarians in achieving an advanced level in their professional development to meet the challenges of modern technologies and customers' needs
  • We aim is to help librarians become highly visible in their communities
  • We build capacity for the modern national model of the library system in Kazakhstan.

Why do I need this?

  • You will level up you professional competences
  • You will define your personal strategy for successful professional development
  • You will be able to motivate your team to the greatest achievements
  • You will change your professional mindset

How can I do this?

Webinars

On-site

  • Download the agreement and send the file to the coordinator. 
  • Select the topic and provide the venue if you want us to conduct training at your library or the webinar.
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