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October 19, 2020
Panitza Library participates at the XXX Annual Conference of the Bulgarian Library and Information Association, Sofia, October 15-16, 2020
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Open Access Week - October 19-25, 2020

October 17, 2020
Open access refers to the practice of making peer-reviewed scholarly research and literature freely available online to anyone interested in reading it.
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"Outsiders", by Lyndall Gordon

October 17, 2020
Finalist of the PROSE Award for Best Book in Literature by the Association of American Publishers
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"Youth on the move : tendencies and tensions in youth policies and practices" edited by Kristiina Brunila and Lisbeth Lundahl

October 17, 2020
The book addresses one of the most urgent social problems in many countries, the uncertain school - to- work transitions of young people. As a result, a ‘transition machinery’…
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Subject Week: "Mood Boosting Books"

October 11, 2020
Enjoy the titles from our list this week - mood boosting books!
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"Exploring Selected Aspects of OOP&FP Paradigms with Kotlin, Swift&ES6", by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bonev and Prof. Dr. Galletly

October 10, 2020
This book is directed to IT developers interested in getting an initial acquaintance with, or a deeper knowledge of OOP and FP principles as illustrated by three multiparadigm languages: Kotlin, Swift and ECMAScript (aka ES6).
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"The energy bus field guide", by Jon Gordon, with Amy Kelly

October 10, 2020
The international bestseller The Energy Bus has helped millions of people from around the world shift to a more positive outlook; the story of George and Joy bus driver has…
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Subject Week: Travel the World Through Books

October 03, 2020
Do you like traveling? Come and pick up a book from our exhibit this week!
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"What doesn't kill you: fifteen stories of survival", by Elitsa Dermendzhiyska

October 03, 2020
The book editor is alumna Elitsa Dermendzhiyska ('12), a writer and social entrepreneur working at the intersection of technology, research and mental health trying to…
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"State of Empowerment: Low-income Families and the New Welfare State", by Carolyn Barnes

October 03, 2020
In State of Empowerment Carolyn Barnes uses ethnographic accounts of three organizations to reveal how interacting with government-funded after-school programs can enhance the civic and political lives of low-income citizens.
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