Thu, 25 Aug 2016 17:22 - Updated Fri, 26 Aug 2016 09:03
Angola's biggest digital library unveiled
Luanda - Ze Du Digital Library considered the largest in the country, was unveiled Thursday in Luanda by the minister of Science and Technology Maria Cândida Pereira Teixeira.
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Located in Cazenga, one of the most populous municipalities of Luanda, the media library was built in 15,000 square meters in a school zone and is integrated in Media Library Network Program of Angola.
The library is aimed for browsing services and specialized in technical information of general culture, contributing to the occupation of young people and promoting social and media inclusion of the population with new information technologies.
The Digital library Ze Dú comprises recreational areas, research, multimedia, reading, studies, children's play area, three training rooms, library, digital lab, multi-purpose sports field, playground, an amphitheater, lavatories, administrative services area and car park.
The user will pay Akz 1000 to have access to the media library and must also handover a photocopy of identity card issued to him an annual validity card for any digital library in the country and have access to everything inside.
The children's area has reading rooms, children's stories, internet and educational content, games, computer toys already equipped with digital content, where the children can also have access to math and science work and these will be followed by librarians.
Access to digital library is reserved for children over three years old.
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