International Webinar on Shaping Library Services in the Post-pandemic era: service science context

International Webinar on Shaping Library Services in the Post-pandemic era: service science context

ULAB Library conducted an international webinar on 1 December 2020 through Google Meet on “Shaping Library Services in the Post-pandemic era: service science context”. The webinar was interactive as well as fruitful.

Dr. Md. Mukhlesur Rahman, Researcher at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Japan presented a presentation. Professor Dr. Sumon Rahman, Department of Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ), & Advisor, Library Affairs, ULAB delivered a welcome address. K.M. Hasan Emam, Joint Librarian, ULAB moderated the webinar session.

A total of 44 participants from home and abroad (4 Countries -Bangladesh, India, Australia, and Japan) of different private and public universities, libraries, and research organizations (27 Institutions) attended the webinar. Following is the list of Participating University Libraries and Organizations:

1) ULAB Library, 2) BRAC University Library, 3) IUB Library, 4) EWU Library,5) Teethanker Mahaveer University Library, 6) Uttarakhand Library, 7) Ganga Institute of Technology and Management, 8) Anantrao Pawar College, 9) RMIT University Library, 10) JAIST, 11) Daffodil International University, 12) Asian University of Bangladesh, 13) Army Medical College Chattogram, 14) Presidency University, 15) Stamford University Bangladesh, 16) ICDDR,B, 17) International Islamic University Chittagong, 18) International Islamic University Chittagong, 19) SEU, 20) USAID, 21) Cumilla Cadet College, 22) Bangladesh University, 23) Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, 24) Daffodil International University, 25) Siddheswari Girl’s College, 26) EXIM Bank Agricultural University Bangladesh, and 27) World University of Bangladesh

Some Screenshot of the Webinar:

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