Horsemanship has always been a cherished sport in Qatar, reflecting the region’s pride in its Arab and Islamic equine traditions. Learning about the country’s rich equine legacy is one of the many ways the people of Qatar can celebrate National Sport Day, and there is no better reference on the sport than the Qatar Digital Library (QDL), which houses thousands of digital manuscripts and books on horse-riding and equine medicine written in the golden age of Islamic civilization.
Qatar National Library cordially invites everyone to a workshop titled ‘Digital Continuity: Securing Long Term Value of our Digital Assets and ICT Investment’. The workshop will be presented by Dr. Natasa Milic-Frayling, Professor, Chair of Data Science, University of Nottingham.
Qatar National Library (QNL) is offering free hands-on training sessions on the effective use of selected social sciences online resources: Pivot, ebrary, ProQuest, RefWorks and Taylor and Francis eBooks.
Qatar National Library (QNL), Hamad bin Khalifa University (HBKU) Press, and the Goethe-Institut Gulf Region have launched an initiative entitled ‘Books - Made in Qatar’, as part of the official Qatar Germany 2017 Year of Culture, to encourage the production of Qatari children’s literature.
Qatar National Library cordially invites everyone to a public lecture on ‘Global Economic Outlook: EIU's Forecast on the Different Economies’. The lecture will be presented by Mr. Robert Ward, Editorial Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU).