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.
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...
Sharjah Book Authority (SBA) has launched a global cultural campaign – the largest of its kind in the region and internationally - across several Arab and international cities - to bring people from all walks of life closer to books.
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.
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 move by Sheikha Bodour Al Qasimi, President of the International Publishers Association (IPA) and Founder and CEO of the UAE-based Kalimat Group (KG), to donate proceeds from the sales of her new book, “World Book Capital,” is truly praiseworthy.
The number of mosques in Sharjah, long celebrated as the City of Minarets, has now reached 3,092 spread across the length and breadth of the emirate.
Interested photographers can submit up to six digital photographs in 300 dpi resolution along with an application form that includes a short description of the work(s), the location where each photograph was taken and a brief biography.
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.