The tour offered a comprehensive overview of HoW’s key features – an impressive collection of physical and digital resources including rare books, its multipurpose halls, spaces dedicated for reading, working, hosting events and exhibitions, fabrication laboratories, and an advanced printing facility.
The Smart Locker service uses radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology that allows members to use their Emirates ID or SPL’s membership cards to collect and return books.
The Kalba Public Library, a subsidiary of Sharjah Book Authority (SBA), has announced its plans to reopen and operate at full capacity beginning on Monday, August 3.
The University of Sharjah Libraries Department is one of the most prominent actors in its educational system and scientific communication, and one of its most important means of producing, preserving, and disseminating information. This in addition to its vital role in supporting the University learning process in general.
The second panel discussion, ‘The Basics of Writing Short Films’, will host Fadi Haddad, a music video and movies director, who will offer expert advice on the fundamentals of writing short film scripts. He will also address the challenges often faced by aspiring script writers. The session will be hosted by Zaina Khaled.
Digital tools of learning are indispensable to modern living, libraries provide both tangible and intangible benefits to society and continue to stay relevant in contemporary society.
Human resource professionals, industry experts and trainers gathered on the opening day of the ‘Career Builder Forum’ in Sharjah (Dec. 8 — 9) to share insights, develop soft skills and competencies of undergraduates and young job seekers.
Sharjah Public Library has dedicated a special section that houses 3,102 rare books under 912 titles that are considered the rarest Arabic, English, French, Persian, and German books and manuscripts in the world, covering a broad range of topics...
The initiatives were designed to align with Sharjah's directives to raise awareness, enhance a sense of cultural belonging, and provide a set of skills and appropriate behaviour among the youth.
The winners are Sarah Al Saeid from the College of Arts and Sciences; Ahmed Muhammad Zameer from the College of Engineering; Manaswi Madichetty from the School of Business Administration; and Sarah Al-Dulaimmi from the College of Architecture, Arts and Design.