08.02.2007 | 
Education
USE ELECTRONIC DATABASE
USE ELECTRONIC DATABASE
If You need scientific articles on humanities and natural sciences to write a scientific research work, You can contact via e-mail elpub@ysu.am.

Five years ago the project Electronic Articles for Armenian Scientists started to function in Sarkis and Marie Izmirlian Library of YSU owing to grant provided by National Foundation for Science and High Technologies.

Students of YSU and other Armenian institutions of higher education, postgraduate students and lecturers use this program. The orders are generally fulfilled through the library of Fresno State University, California, but there is also collaboration with German SUBITO company. Free bases are also accessible, the electronic databases of which are available on YSU web-site.

Estimating the importance of the projects of this kind, Director of the Library Ashot Alexanyan says the following: Our major goal is to provide scientists with the opportunity to get acquainted with the significant publications for their scientific researches, and this is free of charge.

The responsible persons for the project ensure us that the postgraduates and lecturers from the faculties of natural sciences use the program more active, than their colleagues in the sphere of humanities.

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