Incorporated inter and multicultural principles in Macedonian legislation represents society’s basic functioning postulates. Republic of Macedonia tends toward integration into European Union’s equal, balanced, qualitative and respectful representation of different cultures and different cultural identities.
The article gives a short presentation of the libraries with Slovene materials on the territory within which the Slovene community in Italy is historically present. The presentation concerning school, municipal and society libraries is followed by an overview of the activities of the central library of the Slovenes in Italy – the “Narodna in študijska knjižnica” (Slovene National Library of the Studies) in Trieste.
There are 52 Austrian Libraries in 24 European countries. They offer access to library materials and information, promote the German language and organise different events: ﬁlm evenings, international conferences, literary evenings.
This article deals with an issue encountered by almost every ﬁnancing system for scientiﬁc research: how to ensure the best possible quality of research and a favourable ratio between the means invested and the ﬁnal result.
Accreditation is an integral part of the autonomy of U.S. universities, which has changed, but also gained signiﬁcance through time. Whereas the evaluation of libraries used to be based upon their size, they are now evaluated based upon measures of their performance as deﬁned by ACRL, i.e. input, output and outcome measures.