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The International Room at Sterling Library.

The International Room at Sterling Library, Yale University

Yale University Library International Programs

Training Sessions

In addition to providing training to students and faculty who are working on international projects or traveling abroad, Yale librarians make presentations at conferences and provide customized training sessions for libraries around the world such as a program for librarians in Laos (below).


 


International Projects

The Yale Library is involved in a growing number of international activities, some of which are implemented in cooperation with other organizations around the world, and others that are conducted within Yale. Individual libraries and departments regularly participate in cooperative projects with international partners, generating opportunities for professional development and exchanges.

 

World Digital Library

Illustration from Antonio Pigafetta’s journal of Magellan’s Voyage (French ms., ca. 1525).

 

Arabic and Middle Eastern Electronic Library (AMEEL)

Cover of Lughat al-’Adab (Baghdad, 1911–), one of the many Middle Eastern journals that are being digitized as part of the AMEEL project.

 

Online Access to Research in the Environment (OARE)

OARE training session in Africa.

Visiting International Librarians

For almost two decades the Yale University Library has been providing professional development opportunities to a growing number of visiting librarians from all over the world. Recent or ongoing programs include the Slavic and East European Library Fellowships, Kwok Library Fellowships, Visiting Korean Studies Librarians, and the Library-funded International Associates Program.

Henryk Citko

National Library of Poland, Warsaw, International Associate, Spring 2009

 

Paiki Muswazi

University of the Witwatersrand Library, Johannesburg, South Africa, Research Libraries Consortium, Spring 2008

 

Michael Kasusse

Albert Cook Medical Library, Makerere University, Uganda, International Associate, Spring 2009

 

Vilma Karvelyte

Vilnius University Library, Lithuania, Keggi Library Fellow, Fall 2008

Affra Al Shamsi

Royal Hospital Library, Sultanate of Oman, International Associate, Summer 2009

 

Dong Feng

ZhongShan University Library, Guangzhou, China, Kwok Library Fellow, 2006–07

 

Youngaie Kim

Seoul National University Library, South Korea, Visiting Korean Studies Librarian, 2009–10

 

Cyrill Walters

University of Cape Town Libraries, South Africa, Research Libraries Consortium, Spring 2009

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