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Title: Impactul Bibliotecii universitare asupra formării viitorilor specialişti [Articol]
Other Titles: The impact of University library on tne training of future specialists
Authors: Harconiţa, Elena
Mihaluţa, Lina
Keywords: library services
electronic services
infolibrary programs
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Biblioteca Ştiinţifică
Citation: Harconiţa, Elena. Impactul Bibliotecii universitare asupra formării viitorilor specialişti = The impact of University library on tne training of future specialists / Elena Harconiţa, Lina Mihaluţa // Biblioteca şi utilizatorul în dialog 2.0: Inovaţie şi informaţie pentru toţi: Materialele Colloquia Professorum „Tradiţie şi inovare în cercetarea ştiinţifică”, Ed. a 2-a, 15 oct. 2011. - Bălţi. - 2012. - P. 7-18.
Abstract: The students and teachers of Balti University have access to various library services in electronic and traditional conditions to satisfy the needs for information, documentation, training and scientific research. About 10 000 active users have borrowed in reference year 1 390 398 documents and visited the library 543 637 times. The community has benefited from a variety of electronic services: Internet sessions, on-line catalogue, digital Library, Jurist, EBSCO, SumarScanat databases, Recent Acquisitions exhibition on the website; Publications by University teachers; electronic thematic exhibitions, Recent Acquisitions electronic Newsletters, etc. The user is in-tegrated into various infolibrary programs: Cultural information, New User Program, Information Days, the Days of Department, Lycenciate /Master”s/ Week, International Open Access, The Book Club.
URI: http://dspace.usarb.md:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/1347
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