First International Children’s Libraries Symposium
|Date:||14 November 2018 to 17 November 2018|
|Location:||Ürgüp, Nevşehir, Turkey|
CHILDREN’S LIBRARIES AS A SPACE
First International Children’s Libraries Symposium that will be held in the Cappadocia region of Ürgüp in Turkey during 14th-17th November 2018. The symposium will be realised through the partnership of the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Development Directorate of Konya Lowlands Project Development Administration, the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism Libraries and Publications General Directorate and the Information and Records Management Department of the University of Marmara.
The aim of the symposium is to debate the prerequisites needed to ensure that the quality and standing of children’s libraries is increased through creating an environment for academics and practitioners the world over, who work in related fields, to interact to share their knowledge and experiences with organisations and institutions.
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