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Title: Unconventional librarians for bibliophiles
Authors: Teshabayeva, Umida
Kabiljanova, Gulbakhor
Keywords: Subject::Reading promotion
Subject::National libraries
Subject::Impact of culture
Subject::Cultural heritage
Issue Date: 6-Oct-2023
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Series/Report no.: 88th IFLA World Library and Information Congress (WLIC), 2023 Rotterdam;Poster Sessions
Abstract: This poster is about the National Library's hard work and innovative projects for its book lovers. One of the most popular projects is the "Library of Kindness" project, which is aimed at the realization and development of the national idea of “Book-loving nation”. The main goal of this project is to introduce children with disabilities to fiction and increase their interest in reading. The next one, in order to visit the attractions and sightseeing places of our heavenly country, to learn more about its history, to promote the idea of “Living freely and comfortably in new Uzbekistan" and widely apply a healthy lifestyle to life, the National Library of Uzbekistan has developed a marathon project which named "Walk through your city". It is known that libraries have been a center of spirituality and enlightenment for people since ancient times, and the human race has always lived in search of books. Libraries have always been an integral part of community life. Only thanks to libraries, ancient manuscripts, printed books, and sources about historical figures have reached us. The National Library of Uzbekistan, which is working for this purpose, is known to the world as a mirror of our ancient society. The role of our passionate librarians, who are supporting the practices inherited from our ancestors, is invaluable in building a sustainable future of library
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