Rangkaian acara Workshop, Seminar dan rapat kerja Nasional Asosiasi Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi Islam (APPTIS) se Indonesia di Pusat Perpustakaan UIN Sunan Gunung Jati usai sudah.
Terimakasih Peserta yang datang dari seluruh penjuru Indonesia dari Papua hingga Aceh. Terimakasih perwakilan asosiasi yang sudah hadir.
Terimakasih para nara sumber: Bapak Putu Laxman Pendit (Australia), Bapak Ghazali Muhammad Fadzil (Malaysia), Bapak Mahrus (Kementrian Agama) Bapak Faizuddin Herliansyah (UIN Malang) dan Bapak Agus Rifai (UIN Jakarta) yang telah memberikan pembekalan materi yang berkaitan dengan "empowering Libraries for Research quality".
Terimakasih banyak kepada Bapak Rektor UIN Bandung beserta jajarannya yang sidah memberikan fasilitas yang luar biasa dan memberlakukan kami seperti anak anak sendiri. Terimakasih kepada team perpustakaan UIN Bandung, Pak Ija, bu Naila dan team yang bekerja dari pagi hingga lembur lembur demi menyediakan layanan prima yang membuat seluruh peseeta merasa istimewa.
Terimakasih buat team APPTIS ku yang keren. Drafters dan lemburers yang tangguh ( Pak Khatib, Pak Amru, Pak Mufid, Pak Siroj, Pak Mufid, Pak Komar, Bu Ulfah, Bu Astuti, Bu Inah, Bu Khotijah, Mas Mufid, Pak Wiji, Pak Didin dan Pak Khamim serta Pak Miswan dan Pak Tawwaf) tidak lupa seluruh pengurus dan anggota apptis atas kekeluargaannya. Makanan melimpah. Pulang ke yogya badan terasa berat dan berbobot.
Terimakasih Buat mbak Wuwul dan team di Telkom-U Library yang sudah menerima rombongan peserta seminar dan raker dengan inspirasi inspirasi yang wow!
I love you pull.
Makasih oleh oleh nya pak Agung, Merry dan Bu Nana UPI.
Terimakasih kepada para Sponsor ; Pak Jona Harahap dari Cambridge University Press, Bu Nadia dari Batuah Sakti Infotama bibliotheca, Visi Com dan Pak Miyoto Dari Ebsco dan Pak Eric Dari Gale.
Thank you thank you.
Ketua Umum APPTIS
Methinks my soul has been at home in libraries from the time of Ashurbanipal in the 7th century B.C, maybe I spent a life poring over the scrolls at The Library of Alexandria, debated alternate viewpoints at The Library of Pergamum in the third century B.C, I think I was at The Villa of the Papyri when Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 A.D. Sometime around 112 A.D., I was there when Emperor Trajan completed construction on a sprawling, multi-use building complex in the heart of the city of Rome. This Forum boasted plazas, markets and religious temples, but it also included one of the Roman Empire’s most famous libraries. I spent a lifetime at The Library of Celsus. And of course, I was at Constantinople's Imperial Library when it first came into existence in the fourth century A.D. under Constantine the Great, with a staggering collection of 120,000 scrolls and codices - And I was probably around when they burnt it to the ground. #VPL#vancouverpubliclibrary#libraries#books#words#me#selfie#ilovetoread#ilovebooks#photobooth#cloudydayatthelibrary
Big thanks to everyone who came out to Escape The Room! Over 50 Fort Lee Teens enjoyed escape room activities, pizza from @novapizzapasta , snacks, and music! Winners received free bubble tea compliments of Q Tea Tapas! Swipe to see some of tonight’s fun! #escaperoom#librariesofinstagram#libraries#teenprograms
The books are in the arrangement that he left them. Curious as to which books would be placed on the first level: The Bible and prayer books in many languages, books by Dickens and Kant - and Dante placed next to the children’s books. Lots of French literature and history. #NYC#Libraries#Bookish#Details
Library Clue is tomorrow (4/21)! Stop by the Collinsville Library any time between 9am and 5pm to play a real life game of Clue. You will have to explore the Library and solve puzzles to crack the mystery.
This morning the Morgan held the kickoff event for the @GreatAmericanReadPBS! Host of the series Meredith Vieira and guests such as our director Colin B. Bailey, actresses Diane Lane and Ming-Na Wen, and writer Armistead Maupin announced the 100 novels selected for the series. Be sure to tune in May 22nd, and vote for your fave each week!
Photo credit: Stephanie Berger
This trip was one for the books, er, blog.
All the details and photos from my 48 hours in Boston are up on the blog. It was a quick trip, but nonetheless a memorable one!
It has a recap of all the places I checked out, plus a great list of other things to do while in the city. The link is in my profile. Enjoy!
For this week's #FridayRead we're recommending May's book discussion pick The Girls by Emma Cline. Mesmerized by a band of girls in the park she perceives as enjoying a life of free and careless abandon, 1960s teen Evie Boyd becomes obsessed with gaining acceptance into their circle, only to find herself drawn into a cult and seduced by its charismatic leader. #StaffPicks#BookDiscussion#1960s#Library#Libraries#Kingsbridge