31 березня 2015 р.

Book of the Week - "How to dunk a doughnut"

Book of the Week - "How to dunk a doughnut: The Science of Everyday Life" by Len Fisher. Science is all around us. This fascinating book shows you where to find it and how to put it to good use. Celebrated around the world for his achievement, and praised as "the man who put the fun into physics" by the International Herald Tribune, Len Fisher has extended his research into a new realm. In this entertaining and accessible book on the science of everyday life, he examines ordinary activities to illustrate to non-scientists what science is about.


Spring Studies - March, 31

Today we held a first meeting of Spring Studies concerning Public Speaking and Business negotiations.


30 березня 2015 р.

Book Choice - Women in American History

American women’s history has been full of pioneers: Women who fought for their rights, worked hard to be treated equally and made great strides in fields like science, politics, sports, literature and art. This week we picked books discovering American women's history and culture.


25 березня 2015 р.

Read Across America Day

In March Read Across America Day is celebrated in the USA.
March is also dedicated to the writers, the books and the readers worldwide.
We have picked for you some materials on the process of writing and publishing, and also some ideas on how to read the books to understand them more effectively.

Join the mysterious world of literature with the authors, whose works are collected in the anthologies of the national literature.

24 березня 2015 р.

18 березня 2015 р.

How to use E-Resources - March, 18

Today, we had presentations on how to use E-Resources with different purposes. we regarded NaUKMA electronic resources and ELibraryUSA databases!



16 березня 2015 р.

New Books - March 2015

We've got new reads waiting for you in American Library =) Among them: "Conservation: Students in Biology", "The Wallmart Effect: How an out-of-town superstore became a superpower", "Ukraine - Culture Shock: A guide to customs and etiquette" and many more.


English Speaking Club - March, 13

On Friday, March 13 American Library held English Speaking Club with presenter Mr. Diptajit Basak. This time we talked about Success and how do we perceive it.


Training "eLibrary USA"

Wednesday, March 18, 16:00 - Training "eLibrary USA resources at American Library". eLibraryUSA is a digital library for the U.S. Department of State Office of American Spaces. Find out What resources are available through eLibraryUSA.

13 березня 2015 р.

Children's Club - March, 12

This week we held another Children's Club at American Library! It's fun to start speaking English, when you play, learn and watch movies in English!)


Film Screening - March, 11

On Wednesday students of Law programs watched an American Classics, "12 Angry Men" - the most radical courtroom drama in cinema history.


Events on March 13

Dear readers! We are waiting for you today in American Library to spend this rainy evening in a warm company!smile emoticon

Friday, March 13, 15:00 - join our Discussion Club with Diptajit Basak on the topic "Success and how do we perceive it"

Friday, March 13, 17:30 - Movie Screening


6 березня 2015 р.

English Speaking Club - March, 6

Our English Speaking Club's company grows bigger, thanks to our friend Diptajit Basak, who kindly agreed to hold activities at American Library. Join English Speaking Club every Friday at 15:00!


Book of the Week - "Packing for Mars: The curious science of life in the Void"

Book of the Week - "Packing for Mars: The curious science of life in the Void" by Mary Roach. Space is a word devoid of the things we need to live and thrive: air, gravity, hot showers, fresh produce, privacy, beer. Space exploration is in some ways an exploration of what it means to be human. How much can a person give up? How much weirdness can they take? What happens when you can't walk for a year? To answer these questions, space agencies set up all manner of quizzical and startlingly bizarre space simulations. As Mary Roach discovers, it's possible to preview space without ever leaving Earth. From the Space Shuttle training toilet to a crash test of NASA's new space capsule, Roach takes us on a surreally entertaining trip into the science of life in space and space on Earth.


Book Choice - Texas Independence Day

Texas Independence Day celebrates the adoption of the state’s independence declaration. It is an annual legal holiday in Texas, in the United States, on March 2. This week we picked a selection of books on Texas.


4 березня 2015 р.

Children's Library Club - March 4

Today American Library held Children's Club meeting. We were glad to find out that children of Elementary School like to watch movies in English and enjoy it!


New Reading Space

Moving into a new home feels great, moving into a new reading room feels mission-critical. We've got new furniture that gives a home cozy experience =)


2 березня 2015 р.

Viktor Kytasty American Library Calendar of Events forrch, 2015






 Book Displays:
March, 2
Texas Independence Day
March, 3
Read across America Day
March, 8
Women in American History
March, 9
Women in American Literature
March, 25
Maryland Day


Picture Displays:
Through  March
Picturing America
Through  March
Kids’ creativity


Events for children:
Each Friday at 12 p.m.
Movies  for Kids
Each Thursday at 13.30 p.m.
Kids club
4,18 Wednesday at  3 p.m.
Kids club


Trainings:                                                                          
Each Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Trainings on how to use e –devices / how to apply to the US University / how to use e -recourses
From March, 30
Spring sessions with Bill Kenedy


Speaking club:
Each Friday at 3.00  p.m.
Discussion club with Diptajit Bassak and NaUKMA students


Film sessions:
Each Friday at 5.30  p.m.
Film club club with NaUKMA students





READ E-BOOK WEEK

Dear Library Users,

March the 1st - March, the 7th is Read E-book week. Read e-books from trusted sources: