Qatari custodians shared their ability and encounters at Qatar National Library (QNL) with their global companions at the ongoing 84th World Library and Information Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Speaking to Qatar, these administrators from an extensive variety of orders examined aptitudes, best practices and openings in a progression of workshops and gatherings with their partners from in excess of 110 nations. They additionally featured the Library’s victories, as the freshest national library in the 21st Century, since its open opening in November a year ago, including client administrations encounters, occasions and shows.
Abeer Al Kuwari, Director of Research and Learning Services, stated, “Every one of us at the Library are always endeavoring to grow professionally and learn new thoughts and aptitudes with the goal that we can pass that information on to our guests and additionally our associates.
“This was the third time I went to the gathering. Being a relating part in the MetLib area of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), it was a fantastic chance to get a wide assortment of viewpoints on libraries and librarianship, and I’m exceptionally eager to incorporate what I’ve realized.”
Data Services Librarian Eiman Al Shamari displayed a publication about gastronomy books in the Middle East, featuring a critical however frequently neglected point and laying the preparation for future expert associations.
“I could meet administrators from around the globe, and we talked about potential approaches to work together and share ability,” Al Shamari said. “Coordinated effort is critical to my long haul advancement as a bookkeeper, so these chances to network and trade thoughts are essential actually and professionally.”
The congress was hung on the subject “Change Libraries, Transform Societies,” an especially fitting setting coming in the Library’s first year open to Qatar people group.
Amani Al Yafei, Head of Science at the Library, grasped that subject: “Science hugy affects society in incalculable courses, from maintainability to the economy to human services, and at the Library, we have built up various projects to support science training in Qatar. I could converse with science curators from around the globe, and our future programming at the Library will mirror the new thoughts they shared.”
Remarking on his involvement with the congress, Ahmed Al Malki, Senior Information Services Librarian, stated, “Through systems administration and trading thoughts, I was ready to develop as a custodian, as well as ready to encourage my associates and add to the calling by sharing my very own encounters in Qatar. Whenever you can both educate and take in, it’s an important chance.”