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Medical University Pleven

December 13, 2009

The Medical University in Pleven. The instruction courses in the Pleven Medical University are conducted in 2 faculties and one college: 1. Faculty of Medicine in the specialized field of medicine: 2 Faculty of Public Health with the following subject areas: • management of health care; • Medical rehabilitation and occupational therapy, • HEALTH MANAGEMENT; • NURSIN; • obstetrics. 3. Assistant MEDICAL COLLEGE PLEVEN with the following subject areas: • Medical Laboratory; • RadiologyLABOR …

Ron Paul Freedom Rally @ University of Pittsburgh 4/3/08 # 3

December 9, 2009

RON PAUL FOR LIBERTY VIDEO OF THREE 5 "Ron Paul Freedom Rally at the University of Pittsburgh Bellefield Hall 315 South Bellefield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15,260 Pitt. 9:00 Thursday evening 4-3-2008 Clock" Please note the links below to war in Iraq ) is wrong (unconstitutional, do not forget that the illegal independence of the first UN state of Kosovo Serbs, which Christian country, but gave to Al-Qaeda is the threat to our national sovereignty as well! NAU is next? Texas Is Going to be independent may be illegal to …

Free market economy and free-market University

December 1, 2009

Cambodia was drawn into the "free market" after the radical agreement in Paris on 23 Done in October 1991. And these "humanitarian trend is" of course, mostly accepted by Cambodians. From this, Cambodia has boosted integration into the regional and international communities their economies.

Education is today one of the most or probably the most urgent agenda of the Cambodian people and the government. I myself and most of the Cambodian people, rich and poor,formed, showing low levels of education and illiteracy, negative perceptions of mushrooming universities in Cambodia.

I've seen that almost all the universities do not play like the "human resource developers", it seems like the commercial competition, profit-oriented. " University can play the role of 'for-profit entity? " It would be too dangerous for the university to turn in the profit-oriented businesses, because the whole nation wouldsuffer in the future. Do in this short article, I do not want my content from the presentation and analysis of existing or imminent disadvantages that the universities will lead to profit-oriented view enlarge.

Many apparent problems were seen and complaints by the students were ubiquitously heard, unemployment, not quality of training, lack of clear academic curriculum. So who or what those problems are created. Are universities, which play role of profitdramatically, to the problems mentioned above. Obviously, we see that almost all the sectors that have economic, political, social and analyzed by the international movement of people or institutions. And why is that? Universities are not convinced that the production of human resources, replacing those of foreigners.

I see that there are two possibilities, unemployment is rising in Cambodia;

1. Truly educated people are not with an opportunity to express their skills and provided

2.Although the vacancy is available, we did not occupy the qualified persons.

I have no analytical resolution to the chaos, because I keep this article short and simple like. But I'm only one point command: improving the quality of universities is the first step, and especially from all the other improvements and we'll see how it will always continue. Under Article 6 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR),Everyone has a right to work and earn a living, not just the ICESCR, Cambodian Constitution and other international instruments that have entered Cambodia, guaranteed to do the same and self-employment is entitled, but the quality and the possibility of the problem in Cambodia, as the pursuit of this international instrument is very difficult to achieve.

"Quality is everything, but that's all plotted on the willingness and the government, of course, is thatWillingness to provoke "(Coined by Lay Vicheka, 2005).

History of Duke University

November 18, 2009

Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. The university was founded by Methodists and Quakers in the present town of Trinity in 1838. The school moved to Durham in 1892. In 1924 founded tobacco industrialist James Buchanan Duke The Duke Endowment, prompting the institution to change its name in honor of his deceased father, Washington Duke.

The University has two bachelor's and eight graduate schools organized. The Bachelor –Students come from all 50 U.S. states and 106 countries. In its 2009 edition, ranked U.S. News & World Report, the university's undergraduate program eighth among national universities, while the medical, law and business schools were rated among the top 11 of the country.

Duke's research expenditures are among the 20 largest in the U.S. and its athletic program is one of the elite of the country. The Athletic teams compete in the ACC and won nine nationalChampionships, including three of the men's basketball team.

Besides academics, research and athletics, Duke is too good for its large campus and Gothic architecture, especially Duke Chapel known.

Duke began as Brown's Schoolhouse.

In 1924, with headquarters in Washington, Duke's son, James B. Duke, The Duke Endowment Trust Fund with 40 million U.S. dollars.

Engineering was a separate school in 1939. Duke hosted and competition only in the Rose Bowl ever played outsideCalifornia.

The Levine Science Research Center is the largest single-site interdisciplinary research facility of an American university.

Duke University 's growth and academic focus have contributed to the university's reputation as a university and research institution.

In fiscal 2004, the research surpassed more than $ 490 million.

Duke's student body consists of 6244 students and 6844 graduate and professional students.The student body contains 40% of ethnic minorities. They come from all 50 U.S. states and 106 countries. This year, Duke received 20,400 applications and accepted only about twenty percent of them.

Duke University 's Foundation was estimated at $ 5.9 billion in 2007.

Duke has 36 arts and science majors, four engineering majors and over 46 additional majors, as part II program has been approved. II program allows students to design their own interdisciplinary major.Sixteen Certificate programs also are available. Students pursuing a combination of up to three majors / minors / certificates.

The Allen Building, opened in 1954, is home to many of the university 's top-level management.

Duke University owns 220 buildings on 9350 acres of land. These include the 7200-acre Duke Forest. The campus is divided into four main areas: western, eastern, middle and high schools, and the Medical Center.

Duke students are oftenrefer to the campus as the "Gothic Wonderland." The nickname refers to the Gothic revival architecture of West Campus.

West Campus, the heart of Duke University, houses all the sophomores, along with some juniors and seniors.

East Campus, the original location of Duke University, functions as a freshman campus as well as the home of several academic departments.

Central Campus is between East and West Campus. It houses around 850 juniors and seniorsand 200 professional students in apartments.

The Duke Forest today consists of 7200 acres in six divisions west of Duke University's West Campus.

Duke's 26 varsity sports teams are known as the Blue Devils.

In the past ten years, Duke has finished in the Top 30 every year in the NACDA Director's Cup, which is a general measure of sporting success of an institution.

Duke's Men's basketball team is one of the nation's most successful basketball programs in theCountry.

The team's success has been particularly prominent during the past 25 years under coach Mike Krzyzewski. Since his name is hard to pronounce, he is known as "Coach K." called

Definitive Guide to Western Michigan University

November 18, 2009

Western Michigan University is a large state university in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It was founded in 1903 and was originally known as Western State Normal School is known. With a student of about 25,000 students, Western Michigan University is the 4th largest university in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is supported by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in the elite public institutions in the nation as a designated place "researchUniversities with high research activity. "U.S. News & World Report's annual college and university rankings are WMU as one of the best in the country-100 public universities.

Western Michigan University is one of the largest aviation programs in the United States and a leading WMU's expansion projects include a new aviation campus in Battle Creek, Michigan, along with extensive building renovation of the main Kalamazoo campus. The aviation program is usually in placethe Top 3 in the United States.

Together with the world-renowned College of Aviation, there are 8 other colleges that make up the Western Michigan University), including the Haworth College of Business (College of Business is the sixth largest in the country, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the College of Fine Arts, the College of Health and Human Services, the Lee Honors College and the GraduateCollege, combining for more than 250 courses.

The 1200-acre campus is actually a collection of five sites in and around Kalamazoo and West Campus (usually cited as the main campus – made by the College of Arts and Sciences, Haworth College of Business, College of Education, College of Fine Arts included, and the Lee Honors College, along with most of the administration building and dormitories), East Campus (especially historic buildings), Oakland Drive campus (theCollege of Health and Human Services and the WMU Army ROTC program), Parkview Campus (the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences) and of course, the College of Aeronautics, which has its own campus. With more than 150 buildings over 5 distributed locations, there is a lot to take in.

In athletics teams are Western Michigan as the "Broncos" is known, and their colors are brown and gold. Her main rival is Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan is located. Mosttheir teams are in the Mid-American Conference (MAC), with the exception of hockey. Although not known for athletics programs, they have had several alumni turn professional in various sports, including the current Green Bay Packers, Greg Jennings.

Some other notable graduates of Western Michigan University include Tim Allen, John Offerdahl, former NFL star and founder of Einstein Bros. Bagels, Luther Vandross, the former Detroit mayor Dennis Archer, Dave Dombrowski, generalManager of the Detroit Tigers, along with several high-ranking politicians and businessmen. Also of note, The College Republicans at Western Michigan University has been voted "Best College Republican Chapter in the Country" in 2006.

While not as good as the "Big 3" known universities in Michigan, Western Michigan University offers a very good education at a lower price than some of the most famous universities. For further information, including studentReviews of the school, make sure you via the links below.

University of Dayton raise awareness about human trafficking

November 13, 2009

The U.S. State Department estimates that every year to cross so many national boundaries such as 800 thousand people victims of trafficking. More than 100 thousand U.S. citizens are victims of trafficking every year in the United States. The figures are alarming that the organizers of trafficking Accords, a conference sponsored by the University of Dayton in Ohio. As VOA Kane Farabaugh reports, the conference aims to raise awareness, while at the same time, the Federal Bureau of …

The Great Debaters – Oprah & Denzel Bring Black History to the College Campus & University

November 5, 2009

"Debate is combat, but the weapons are words." A memorable quote from The Great Debaters produced by Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Productions and the Academy directed by award winning actor Denzel Washington.

"You must destroy the enemy – not only verbally but also physically." So said controversial debate coach Melvin Tolson at Wiley College in East Texas almost three quarters of the century before us.

"I'm here to help you and keep your righteous mind." Professor Tolson told his debateTeam that lost only one contest in 75 debates over 15 years.

Wiley College, the first accredited historically black college disturb west of the Mississippi, the impossible in 1935 by way of the debate team, the renowned team at the University of Southern California and Harvard University.

Undoubtedly, intelligence has much more to do with determination and preparation as a skin color. The film shows Debaters The true strength does not need violence whenit can exert strong influence and articulate with the knowledge heartfelt expression.

As Black History Month approaches, we must honestly recognize African-Americans have always led the way and at the tip of the spear has been penetrated by evil and injustice. Without confronting Africans out against injustice, there would be no human and civil rights in America.

In this hour, more than ever, African Americans must fight for the people of all colors, are being exploited and disenfranchised.The voice of African Americans in our country must be heard once more in order to confront injustice! We can never correct what we refuse to confront, too.

Professor Tolson, whom the movie "The Great Debaters has been evaluated, an accomplished poet and provocateur, passionately and prophetically with fire in his eyes, raised his voice to speak of his generation.

Our nation is in need again, not only the inspiration but the confrontation of leadership. Those profiting from the Government have decided toTo serve the nation instead of the corporation and not we, the people. Therefore, we have the people who are brave and bold arise and will need to define a voice of conscience, and the re-processing of the identity of America.

We can no longer engage people through patriotic rhetoric and flag waving disappointed politicians who ignore harms our national security and unnecessarily send our troops into his way to the imperial wars with people we know nothing to fight and have done us no harm at all . We can no longeras a nation to demonize other peoples and nations, and called us good and pious.

This self-righteousness is hellishly fast and heading to a day of reckoning with the global community and international economy. Consequently, America and its currency are rapidly losing international influence and credibility.

May God the Almighty increase our voice to the multinational media corporations that are trying to influence the minds and fight the Americans. By the way, whatis America? What values are we or have we forgotten all about them rather win and win "the war – whatever that means. There are no winners in war, only losers and drug addicts.

We must once again demanding a national debate each and every person in the university and college campus of America is an open forum, town hall debate and intellectual dialogue on key issues paves the way for our national debate destruction orReformation.

Not only the dollar to an all-time low, so is America's international credibility.

The Americans, flattered and offer in their nationalism, but what we need is to be questioned. If America is not self-aware and brutally honest with themselves, their tendency to live in their past glory, it will end.

Personal soul searching and national political assessment is what we as a country need most. If with public opinion in disagreementpublic policy, we the people can not remain silent. The Great Debaters, speakers and authors have historically always came through the darkness to light and lighting in the eyes of the people to open.

In fact, in line with the words of The Great Debaters: "The time for justice is always now!"

Keep crying aloud and spare not until justice flows like a mighty stream, and justice done enough!

Contact Paul F. Davis to debate on the issues of the dayMy college campus, in your city or in your home.

Paul builds dreams, transcends limitations, and reconciles nations. Paul was helped at Ground Zero in New York during 9 / 11; rebuild a house at the tsunami epicenter, comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda, spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war, inspired students and monks in Myanmar; addressed audiences across India, China, Pakistan, and parts of theAfrica where they’ve never seen a white man. He is a highly sought after worldwide professional speaker, prolific author, human rights activist, provocateur, and minister.

Filmmakers and producers interested in United States of Arrogance (Paul’s book) can contact Davis who owns the U.S. Trademark for movie rights. Davis, a worldwide professional speaker has touched over 50 countries & 6 continents empowering people throughout the earth to live their dreams!

Davis has written 12 Books, 2 nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

College – Duke University

October 18, 2009

In Durham, North Carolina, Duke University is a leading private research college. Duke University 's undergraduate and graduate programs are highly regarded. Duke is also particularly well known for research, especially in science and health. The university has nine schools, where students enroll in both Pratt School of Engineering or the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences would be divided. The graduate and professional schoolsare to attend the Divinity School, School of Law, Graduate School, School of Nursing, School of Medicine, the Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences and the Fuqua School of Business. Recently, 19,358 students apply to be part of the incoming undergraduate class of 2010. Of these students were admitted 3778th

Although the Duke University was officially founded in 1924, is what today as Duke University started as Brown's Schoolhouse, a privateSubscription School in 1838 in Randolph County, North Carolina, founded. The state legislature granted a rechartering of the academy as Normal College in 1851 and won the privilege of granting degrees in 1853. To keep the operation of the school, the trustees agreed to free education for Methodist preachers in return for the financial support of churches ready and in 1859 the name was changed to Trinity College. In 1892, Trinity opened in Durham, as it was with the research in which, instead ofRecitation. It was founded in 1900, when Trinity College, load the first white school in the south of Booker T. Washington speak and was in the same year graduated its first Native American student. Shortly thereafter, Trinity College had one of the leading liberal arts colleges developed in the southern United States. When was around 1924, was the creation of Duke University, the Duke Foundation, was born to a $ 40 million dollar trust fund. The university grew rapidly and within the next 20 years, it was such additions as the Medical School and Hospital, religion, and the Graduate School, School of Nursing, School of Forestry and the Law School.

In addition to his university academics, has are 26 varsity sports teams known as the Blue Devils. Within the 26-team basketball is the very successful men's team under 25 years coaching by Mike Krzyzewski. Their successes are always the only team to win three> National Championships since the tournament field to 64 teams in 1985 extended. Have in addition to winning the championship, they reached the "Final Four" of the tournament ten of the last twenty years. Many of the players have now gone to the Duke's favorite player in the National Basketball Association and millions of dollars for it to boot. In recent years, the women's golf team will take a dominant position, he won three championships.

There are many goodThings to see at Duke University, as the great William R. Perkins Library or the Nasher Museum of Art, the indoor athletic games are held in the Cameron Indoor Stadium during the football matches are played in Wallace Wade Stadium. Despite the recent controversy at Duke University, the lacrosse team is a big Duke University, but is difficult to be accepted in no doubt.

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The University Of Louisville Libraries – A Library of the 21st Century

October 12, 2009

While Louisvlle attending a seminar on contemporary American literature and touring various places of cultural interest of the University Library was one of those sites that had a never fading impression left me, not only because of its unique architectural plan, but for other ineffable qualities that study it a perfect place for quiet and serene. My first visit was as the director of our program took us here for inclusion in the use of computers and the Internet inLiterature research. The room we were in the class was fully equipped with computers, all led more than fifty tables for students and a master monitor for the teacher. Many other areas, including the state of the art auditorium was equally well equipped.

I went through the library on many other occasions. But what was most important, when on the road from the university post office, the idea came to me the inclusion of the beautiful view of the campus inImages as well as in the head and that was the Ekstrom Library, which I represented the focal point of all other libraries from different ends of the sprawling campus spread.

I have two views of the building and I was still gaping in surprise especially at the enchanting splendor of the facade with the readers of a combination of eating and relaxing. I was particularly struck by its inviting, comfortable and open space is teeming with students and bustling with activity, a beautiful terraceequipped with furniture, warm with pleasant views of lush inviting outdoor space, the use of the favorable climatic conditions here, to enjoy the nature. Taking advantage of the usually mild weather Kentucky with her big, inviting green spaces, students can study or just catch a break in a series of outdoor tables on the terrace. On fine days, there are few better places to study, and certainly makes for an inviting entry

I found myself walking to see better. When II walked through reminded me of my mission in search of support for our resource-hungry university libraries in Sierra Leone. My search led me to the head of the office of Mr David Hogarth, who now in a position of a mediator allows me to take my job within a week the dean of libraries.

In anticipation of my appointment with her, I was on a tour of various parts of the Ekstrom Library. This library, I learned, holds more than 1.1 million and 5100 Magazine Subscriptions supporting research and curriculum in the humanities, social sciences, economics and education. It also contains large collections of microforms, government publications, multimedia, and current periodicals, Granville A. Bunton Pan African Collection, Barbara S. Miller Children's literature collection and multi-racial and the Bingham collection of poems.

The Rare Books and Photos provide rare sources of research for scientists and other researchers. Africa> American Collections, English, European and American collections of literature, together with the essential place to refer to and reserved pound given to make this library a very important research, and dissemination of information tool. But it is also a repository and exhibitors of the many valuable manuscripts and other documents such as the outstanding 1482 first printing of Euclid Elementia and a copy of the Principia with notes in the hands of Newton. The working groupTo preserve collection of Richard M. Kain, and the first editions and manuscripts of James Joyce and WB Yeats, a lot of Irish Literary Renaissance heritage. There is also a good collection of modern British and American writers with significant expenditure of 1890 authors and books and letters signed by members of the Bloomsbury Group.

A famous and ever-growing and rich collection of special materials, archives and photography include:

Roy and Dela WhiteCollection of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Arthur J. Slavin. Collection of English history.

Hattie Winston Collection of African-American scripts and screenplays.

Irwin Hilliard Archive Fine Bindings.

Billy Davis 111 Collection of Aerial Photography.

Other special collections include the James Chandler World War Posters and LaFin Allen Kentucky Maps.

The photographic archive contains more than 2 million photographs and manuscripts, as well asFine art prints. It also offers printing services and a rotating series of exhibitions.

Roy Stryker, the papers are photographs and manuscripts from the documentary film projects directed by Stryker at the Farm Security Administration, Standard Oil Company and Jones & Laughlin Steel. The Royal Photos and Cautfield and Shook Lin Caufield collections consist of photographs from past Louisville. While the Lean Thomas Matlack Studio, Arthur Y, Ford and Henderson Settlement School libraryDocument life and culture in the Appalachian Mountains. 2000 impressions of many notable American artists such as Paul and Gary Winogrand Caponegro form the Library Fine Print Collection.

The library serves a much larger community about the campus.Through e-mail, phone or in person and ask for help, or also could fix a meeting with a research librarian here. A cardinal card allows you to check out up to 99 elements simultaneously and to renew books on-line. Are visiting entitled to the interlibrary loan of up to 15 pounds. A University of Louisville students enjoy the privilege of searching for items reserved for his class on-line. Minerva provides online access to catalogs, and gateways to many collections. University of Louisville distance students could access outside the campus by their ULINK username and password assignments from their professors, both library and electronic databases of library resources for self-directed research from non –> University of Louisville Internet addresses.

Ekstrom Library houses and provides funding for the dolphin and the writing center. The Delphi Center helps teachers use technology in teaching and preparing them to teach online courses. The writing center helps students, faculty and staff with writing projects, and holds workshops to improve writing skills. Could be processed through this center an appointment with a consultant and writing time-critical resources writingfound.

The University of Louisville Libraries, a conglomerate of libraries stocking books on a few selected disciplines such as music, fine arts, health, technology, science and technology at the time of my journey in the process of moving into the main Ekstrom Library, over 149,000 volumes, the part the engineering, physics and engineering books and journals.
Besides the main William Ekstrom Library, University Library Networkconsists of: The Kornhauser Health Sciences Library, the Dwight Anderson Music Library, The Margaret M. Bindwell Art Library and the University Archives and Records Center.

The Kornhauser Health Sciences Library a comprehensive and current Health Sciences Information Resource Center is also a "regional resource library" in the National Network of Libraries of Medicine. It represents an important resource for the entire health sciences community of LouisvilleMetropolitan region and the western half of Kentucky. It has more than 250,000 volumes, 2,700 periodicals, audiovisual materials and a variety of electronic formats. The stocks of numerous articles on health care in Kentucky and the Trans-Appalachian West, including the historic collections, archives of the medical school, book manuscripts, and physical objects.

The Dwight Anderson Music Library offers user-centered services provide seamless access to information in all formatssupport and serves as a center for teaching and learning, the University of Louisville School of Music curriculum and research. It houses the largest academic music library in Kentucky, including the Gravemeyer Collection of Contemporary Music from all entries to the internationally acclaimed Music Composition Award, and a large selection of sheet music with thousands of Louisville prints celebrating the history of music publishing in the city and the"Traipin Woman" collection with its focus on American folk song.

The Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library, with its more than 80,000 volumes, is an access to information for teaching, research and science in art, design, art and architectural history. It supports more than 300 domestic and foreign periodicals and museum bulletins. It also has hundreds of videos and provides access to major electronic and print indexes. Topics covered here are painting, drawing,Sculpture, print production, photography, architecture, history, 45, interior design, graphic design, art education, ceramics, fiber arts and crafts. It also applies to some 3,000 rare and hardly volumes and approximately 150 linear feet of archival material.

The librarians strive in concert with academic staff on information literacy and research needs of a diverse population to recognize that libraries have become an important tool in the university's mission to meet withnationally recognized premier Metropolitan University.

The University of Louisville Libraries is guided in its organization through their vision that the academic libraries in the heart of the university town and a place for discovery and learning beyond the classroom and the laboratory are. Therefore seek active participation and effective as an integral partner in meaningful learning, excellent teaching and research. Users are therefore increasingly dependent on information, withAvailability and use. Services and resources are well adapted to the differing needs of users. The library staff to identify, evaluate and select materials developed meet different formats in collections, the needs of users. They also apply to technology, research and educational innovations for improving services and access to traditional and electronic collections.

Rapid expansion in equities, has rapid technological progress, including the introduction of an activated robotic retrieval system moreBooks, as they are kept in the library halls in subjects that are accessible from computers on request searching stacked. The system provides the library space for more than three million volumes. The less frequently used volumes are loaded into the system, and students can still book in the stacks area in the old building of the library. Books in the RRS are as such in MINERVA, identifies the library catalog. To request items, patrons click on a live "request" button on the screen,and then a robot crane has been sent to find the element in the moving frames of steel tanks holding books and magazines, which selects the robot arm, gripper, and delivers the appropriate container to a pickup station where a library attendant the exact location attracts and supplies to the circulation desk within minutes. The entire process, which I saw myself only takes a few minutes and can be many simultaneous requests.

After the RRS, told me that also saves the library the cost of a courierService and the additional library staff needed to operate a remote storage facility. The Ekstrom Library RRS characterized how clever they are constructed in the central planning of the new addition. With many windows on the system, students can literally stand at the circulation desk, make a request, and actually see, fill the system to its shape watching it work, almost serve as a piece of the 21 Century, a source book of nature, whizzing and whirring volumes on the windows. In all, theEkstrom also a powerful 42,500 square meters, has space for the library

The library has freed the robot Retrieval System (RRS) is a lot of space for exhibitions in the library, such as the Split Rock Studios, St. Paul, designer, Lisa Friedlander, that the year of the founding Kentucky, highlights and features a statue by Henry Clay, Kentucky Senator 1806 to 1850. The desk is a replica of the desk used clay, when in the Senate, the actual desk in the office ofKentucky Senator Mitch McConnell, who endowed the Ekstrom expansion and the McConnell Center for Political Leadership.

The libraries now seem poised to attain the ambitious goals of the university of becoming a premier metropolitan university that is nationally recognized for advancing intellectual, social and economic development. The library’s massive atrium allows light to pour into the building and over the circulation desk.

The libraries’ technological resources have developed to state-of-the-art electronic information centers for the university community with more than 550 computer workstations, of which one can borrow laptop computers for use anywhere in the libraries. Advanced wireless technology enables laptop users to access the Internet and the great libraries of electronic resources. Researchers could access 25,000 full-text journals and hundreds of electronic databases.

Two teaching laboratories enable librarians classes in the implementationLibrary with instant access to the online world. The library of the three new, modern teaching labs with wireless technology and state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment provided to emphasize the library ever-increasing role in teaching and learning. Instructional Lab 1 a.m.-2 p.m. teaching lab has been extremely flexible space hosting a version of the 3M roadshow for Kentucky librarians.

The university community can access thousands of electronic information resourcesHundreds of computer workstations in the libraries and also from anywhere: your office, classroom or at home. Minerva, the online catalog indexes and incorporates the many elements in the libraries. With access to national and regional electronic networks could be looking for many library catalogs and databases around the country and even around the world.

The University of Louisville Libraries is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, therespected and influential library association in North America. Strong financial support from the university administration has propelled them to national importance and momentum in strengthening its relations with Metroversity, a consortium of academic institutions in Metro Louisville, Kentucky Virtual Library and other library networks in the region and nation, well, the materials made available to their students and faculty and students andSkills from other universities.

It was only founded in Kentucky, Library Department, which assumed Evelyn J. Schneider Endowed Chair for scientific communication through the estate of a longtime University Library and the State Research Challenge Trust Fund. The first chair holder, Dwayne K. Butler is a highly regarded expert on copyright law, especially that the education and electronic resources.

Oversight of all these developments over the last eleven years has beena charismatic, energetic, brilliant and visionary woman, Prof. Hannnelorewery Rader, dean of libraries, which I had the privilege to speak. Prof radar Louisville brought a wealth of experience. For seventeen years she was managing the Cleveland and University of Wisconsin Libraries and held various positions at Eastern Michigan University for nearly twelve years. She has always written in their area and participated in many conferences. She was eventually appointed in 1999Outstanding Academic Research Librarian.

Through innovative ideas, Dr. advanced radar, its drive and direction together with the collection of the library, updated resources, a welcoming environment, helpful and innovative library staff and academic library use and exceeding a 60 percent has captured the 2 million dollars per year. One of their striking innovations is the Tulip coffee shop in the spacious lobby, where readers enjoy tasty sandwiches and enjoyed roles withCups of tea, coffee, orange juice or Coke, as they read or browse through the Internet. The Tulip Tree Café has become so popular that it may soon need to start at another cashier.

Louisville offers one of the nation's most comprehensive information literacy programs. Louisville Libraries are not just places of research, but now how other libraries are places of active teaching.
According to Prof radar, is their philosophy, do not usually provide for the needs-traditionalScholarship mostly adults of different ages and non-residential buildings for more pleasant atmosphere and to facilitate the procedures for accessing information. This explains their introduction of the snack bar and the constant restructuring and renovation of the premises.

Was "We wanted a space where students explore and learn, but also to forge links. … We wanted to offer a library, space for all these things," she said, "Our students are urban, many are part time –and not live on campus. We want them to be on campus. "To achieve this, she says she fully their library Reimagined for the 21st century.

"Space was a problem," says Rader. "We had no space for our materials, and that's pretty much a problem for most academic libraries." Today, the library, more space as a repository, but to present a place for teaching and exhibitions unique plants and promote student collaboration and all forms of interaction, both withInformation in all formats and with librarians.

With space a major concern is the culmination of the Ekstrom Library expand its robotic retrieval system, a unique system of more than 7,000 containers made from steel, with climate-controlled storage of up to 1.2 million volumes. Rader was already known how effective the system might be, as the Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, one of the first to come to install such a system. "We've never really asan off-site storage facility,” as she said. “We don’t want to store the books miles away, send for them when a student needs them, and then wait to have them delivered to campus.” For as she notes, the robotic system can retrieve and deliver a book in a matter of minutes while off-site storage can sometimes take days.

The University of Louisville being a public institution, open to the general public,it is, according to Rader putting an even greater premium on space and Efficiency. So rather than filling the room with immovable objects, such as banks of PCs, it is filled completely wireless and filled with flexible seating, of, comfortable chairs and small tables on wooden chairs and large, spacious tables for students to disseminate their work at. "Students can bring their own laptops or check out at the circulation desk." Meanwhile, keep the traditional 600 jobs in the old wing for those who want to use.

The libraries in their entirety, theDean told me to keep millions of print volumes from many countries, electronic books and databases, and thousands of electronic journals, reference materials, other library resources, library guides and services.

In addition to increasing capacity for students of cooperation, the library expansion, three new teaching laboratories, library, offers will be held in which formal or informal classes, and the charming new 150-seat Elaine Chao Auditorium, all handicapped accessible and equipped with the latestTechnology, including wireless Internet access and state-of-the-art AV equipment.

With shared digital resources, providing access to information that is much room in the library for more unique holdings of the library. An ambitious slate of lectures, seminars, conferences, exhibitions and displays, all with students, faculty commitment, and the community in the library were interpreted as ongoing activities. Chao, who serves as Minister of Labor under President Bush, said recently inthe auditorium that bears her name.

In addition, the library is home to the McConnell Center for Political Leadership, featuring the papers and exhibits of Kentucky’s Republican Senator Mitch McConnell. The bipartisan center sponsors a range of programming, including lectures and seminars. In fact, the Ekstrom expansion owes a great deal to the McConnell Center-the $14.2 million project was funded by federal grants earmarked by McConnell.

The Elaine L. Chao auditorium is named for the current U.S. Secretary of Labor and is host to a full slate of lectures and seminars. The space between the lines is extremely rich to pass on the prevention of sprains knee, or close to people. The acoustics in the hall are "perfect" to make the area of university presidents preferred venue for press conferences presenting a great location for TV cameras, press feeds, etc. Chao recently said she, like Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA ).

To radar whenit is still a library, the storage of information, it is also a place for people in a room for the whole university to be a space, a space for events, for specific teaching and learning sessions. "added the 21 st century."

Arthur Smith was born and was schooled in Freetown, Sierra Leone. He has taught English since 1977, Prince of Wales School, Milton Margai College of Education. He is now a lecturer at Fourah Bay College, where he has been teaching EnglishLanguage and literature in the last eight years.

Mr Smith's writings published in local newspapers and in various international media like West Africa Magazine, Index on Censorship, Focus on Library and Information Work. He was one of 17 international visitors who participated in a seminar on contemporary American Literature from the State Department in 2006, funded. His growing thoughts and reflections on this trip which took him to various U.S. sights sounds could be read.

His other publications include: tales from Freetown, Langston Hughes: the life and work celebrated black dignity, and "The struggle of the book" He holds a PhD and a professor of English at the National Open University, the Republic of Benin.