Category Archives: Visited libraries

An Original Library In Paris

Hello Erasmus group! Do you like and do you read mangas? If you like this kind of reading, there’s a place in Paris where you have to go! The Manga Café is a library and a bookshop specialized in Mangas. … Continue reading

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French tutored project : we need your help !

Dear Erasmus class mates ! We would like to present you our tutored French project around the profession of librarian. First of all, what’s a tutored project ??? It’s a project we have to make all along this year at University … Continue reading

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The “Bibliothèque nationale de France”: its history

The “Bibliothèque nationale de France“: its history On Tuesday 29th of November, we visited the Library François Mitterrand, a part of the “Bibliothèque nationale” de France (National library of France), also called “BnF”. This National Library is made up of seven … Continue reading

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The legal deposit in France

The legal deposit in France The legal deposit is the obligation to all the producers of documents, free or not, to deposit copies to the State. The obligation concerns professionals like publishers, printers and importers, but private individuals also can … Continue reading

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Archiving Internet

Archiving Internet At the BnF, there is a digital legal deposit department which is responsible for archiving the French web to avoid a “digital memory lapse”. Actually, since 2006 and the DADVSI law (about authors’ rights and related rights in … Continue reading

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The BnF and the geoweb

The BnF and the geoweb On Wednesday, 23rd of November, we went to the François Mitterrand Library (the newest site of the BnF) to attend a debate: “Cartography at the time of the geoweb: practices and reactivation”. We propose you … Continue reading

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Sofia City Library Report extended version

About Sofia Sofia is one of the oldest cities of Europe. In antiquity the city won recognition as an important Roman district center, and during the Middle Ages it was a stretegic Bulgarian and Byzantine fortress by the main road … Continue reading

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Visited Libraries in a Flat World :) – Middle East Technical University Library

Hello from Ankara, Turkey. I’m writing this report on behalf of the Turkish Team.  After a discussion among the team members, we decided to visit one of most important academic libraries in Turkey. It provide many interesting and web 2.0 … Continue reading

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visit of Sevran library

Thank you for your dynamic report which is encouraging ! Let me complete the social geography of the district in which the library is located. Indeed, the library is embedded in multiple municipal entities such as: -The house of Marcel … Continue reading

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