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2017

  • UAEU Libraries Redevelopment Discussion Commence
    07 June 2017

    On June 5th and 6th, the UAEU Libraries staff welcomed Stephen Axford, the principal consultant of AXOS Urban Pty Ltd, a Melbourne-based urban design firm to the site to begin discussion and consultations on the [...]  

  • American University Delegates Visit the Library at UAEU

    15 March 2017
    UAEU Libraries Dean received a delegation from American University in the Emirates Master of Library Science program. Over the winter semester, the Libraries hosted an intern, Samira Fadel Saif, Librarian at the Al Ain Zoo.  [...]  

 2016

  • "UAEU appoints new Dean of Libraries

    Janette Wright, recently appointed as Dean of Libraries, brings extensive experience of libraries and digital publication to the role.  Having worked in Australia for state and university libraries and [...]  

 2015

08 December 2017
UAEU Libraries Deanship hosted over 95 students and teachers during October from ADEC, [...]  

 

  • "Library Consultants’ Visit!

    1 November  2015
    In an effort to enhance its role and activities, the UAEU library has hosted consultants from United States during the period of November 1st, to November 4th, 2015 [...]  

  • Schools visits news!

    UAEU Libraries Deanship hosted over 95 students and teachers during October from ADEC, [...]  

  • "Teach Yourself"  a Language!

    The Libraries Deanship has multiple language kits (book, CD/DVD) for checkout in the Media Section of the Main Library (behind Gloria Jean’s Coffees) in the Crescent Building [...]  

  • Check Out New SAT & TOEFL Books from the Library!

    The American Corner (AC) in the Main Library announces the arrival of new test books for the SAT, TOEFL and other external exams (PSAT, SAT subjects, AP subjects, GMAT, GRE, MCAT, LSAT, [...]  

  • 3D Printing System uPrint:

    This do-it-all printer uses FDM Technology to build in real ABS plus thermoplastic, resulting in models and functional prototypes that are durable, stable and accurate. This printer can be used right from your desktop. Bring your file in .stl format and you get an accurate output model Click here for more information

  • Zuetschel Book Scanner:

    Zeta overhead book copy and scan system from the trusted German company Zeutschel GmbH. The zeta overhead book copy and scan system is an easy-to-use scanner for lower-volume archival capture. The high-resolution scanner allows users to preview each scan before converting to an array of output options including: Print, Save, Email, USB, Cloud, FTP, and more.. Click here for more information

  • Low Vision Workstation:

    For use by vision impaired people to magnify output. It combines a powerful magnifying viewer, a split-screen mode lets you view magnified material and computer files simultaneously – or toggle between images using a button. It comes with 20” screen.Click here for more information

  2014

  • New Arrivals

    The Libraries Deanship announces several new books in the Main Library on the topics of education and health. For more information about these and other new books, contact the Main Library Reference Desk at 03-713-4023.  Click here for more information

  • ESL and Applied Linguistics Resources

    The Libraries Deanship is pleased to announce that the American Corner (in the Main Library, Crescent Building, D2) has recently acquired more than 200 academic books in ESL and Applied Linguistics to support students in learning English, as well as graduate students and faculty in their research in University College, Education, Linguistics and Translation. Click here for more information

  • New Electronic Journals Subscription

    The Libraries Deanship is pleased to announce that the American Corner (in the Main Library, Crescent Building, D2) has recently acquired more than 200 academic books in ESL and Applied Linguistics to support students in learning English, as well as graduate students and faculty in their research in University College, Education, Linguistics and Translation. Click here for more information

Jun 8, 2017