Cairo University Inaugurates “Knowledge Embassy” at the New Central Library in Cooperation with Alexandria Library


Cairo University Inaugurates “Knowledge Embassy” at the New Central Library in Cooperation with Alexandria Library

On October 23, Prof. Dr.\ Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, and Dr.\ Ismail Serag-ed-Din, Manager of Alexandria Library, inaugurate the new hall for information service, entitled “Knowledge Embassy”, at the New Central Library – Cairo University, in cooperation with Alexandria library.


Since its inauguration in 2002, Alexandria Library seeks spreading knowledge and mutual understanding even outside the library’s headquarter. In the light of technological and information revolution witnessed by the world, this task has become possible through knowledge embassies subordinate to Alexandria Library. Knowledge embassies are libraries which have been emerged in socially varied and geographically spaced places in all parts of Egypt under the management of Alexandria Library. It aims at linking them directly to get benefit of its options. Therefore, the audience of these ambassador libraries enjoys the same services provided by the Library of Alexandria to the audience inside its main headquarters.





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