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Summer Webinar: Library/Information Sciences (LIS) Research Experiences in Central Asia

Webinar Title: Library/Information Sciences Research Experiences in Central Asia
 
Date/Time: August 7, Monday at 9 am PST / 11 am CST / 12 pm EST
 
Recorded Link: http://ala.adobeconnect.com/pda3bzk3o4hj/
 
Summary: This webinar will cover experiences from academic librarians who have spent time working/conducting LIS research in Central Asia. From Kazakhstan to Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia is a growing region with vast opportunities for research engagement. Learn more about the speakers' research experiences and interests in the region!
 
Speakers:
Celia Emmelhainz, Anthropology and Qualitative Research Librarian at UC Berkeley
 

Anita Walz, Open Education, Copyright & Scholarly Communication Librarian at Virginia Tech served as a Fulbright Specialist Fellow at American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan in April 2017. In this brief presentation she will discuss the Fulbright Specialist program, her approach to serving as a specialist/consultant on open education and open educational resources, observations about libraries in newly democratic post-soviet Kyrgyzstan. She will also discuss the goals of a collaborative research project undertaken with Director of the University Library at the American University of Central Asia. 
 
Dr. Jyldyz Bekbalaeva is the Director of Library, University of Central Asia.
 

Thanks,
Ray & Meggan
ACRL International Perspectives Co-Conveners 2017-2018