The AlmaU library announces the transition to a new work schedule. From September 1, 2022, the Library is open from 8.00 to 18.00 without a break. And from September 19, 2022, the Library will also work on Saturday from 9:00 to 17:00. Sunday is not a working day.
On the eve of the new academic year and active scientific activity, the AlmaU library reminds you of the algorithm for searching (including remote) literature in the electronic catalog:
https://almau.edu.kz → about AlmaU → library → electronic catalog → choose «ОСНОВНОЙ КНИЖНЫЙ ФОНД» (paper books) or «ЭЛЕКТРОННАЯ БИБЛИОТЕКА И КАРТОТЕКА СТАТЕЙ» (electronic editions) → fill in the field «ЗАПРОС» → «НАЙТИ» or follow the link https://elib.almau.edu.kz/
The Electronic Catalog will allow you to get fast and reliable access to all resources and materials of the Library from anywhere in the world via the Internet. To do this, you must enter the username and password given to you to enter the system.
We inform you about the online seminars on the topic "Library Information Resources", which will be held quarterly on the ZOOM platform at the link - https://zoom.us/j/92164394004?pwd=bzFoM2t2MDVNZ1pMQW5UWU4wbjMzZz09
Conference ID: 921 6439 4004
Access code: 103396
Participants will receive information about the methods of working with the Electronic Catalog and Electronic Library Systems, access to which is open at the University, as well as familiarize themselves with open access resources recommended by the library for use in the educational process and scientific activity.
About the exact time of each next seminar there will be a separate mailing in the public library.
Don't forget to register! Registration link - https://biblioteka-uo-almaty-mene.timepad.ru/event/1551269/
To improve the quality of service, we ask you to take a quick survey on satisfaction with the library's services: https://forms.gle/2tUEaYXXTVVk7saF7
Requirements for the publications in the "Kazakhstani zhogary mektebi. Higher School of Kazakhstan" journal.
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You can ask any questions related to the work of the Library in our Virtual Help Service.