Wednesday, June 01, 2022

SJSU iSchool Event: "Ukrainian Libraries during the Ongoing Russian-Ukrainian War" Webcast Symposium

The School of Information at San José State University is the founding sponsor of the Library 2.0 conference series, a partnership we have had for 12 years.

Please consider attending their free symposium coming up on Wednesday, June 15th. Details are below.

    Ukrainian Libraries during the Ongoing Russian-Ukrainian WarБібліотеки України в Умовах Російсько-Української Війни

    The iSchool presents a symposium on library conditions and services in contemporary Ukraine. 

    Registration is free, and the session will be recorded. Register to attend at:



    I. Welcome (10 -10:05 a.m. PDT) – Dr. Anthony Chow, SJSU iSchool Director and Dr. Ulia Gosart

    II. Efforts of the Ukrainian Library Association supporting Ukrainian Libraries and Librarians During the War (10:05 – 10:30 a.m. PDT): An opening address by Oksana Boiarynova, Ukrainian Library Association

    III. Library Conditions and Services (Panel Discussion; 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. PDT) 

    • Libraries of Kharkiv Region: Unhealed Wounds of War

      • Natalia Petrenko, Director, Kharkiv Korolenko State Scientific Library 
      • Iryna Karnaukh, Chief Librarian, Kharkiv Korolenko State Scientific Library
      • Liudmyla Glazunova, Chair of the Kharkiv branch of the Ukrainian Library Association, Deputy Director for Research of the  Korolenko State Scientific Library, PhD
    • Libraries of the Cherkasy Region in the Conditions of the Ongoing War
      • Liudmyla Diadyk, Director, Taras Shevchenko Regional Library of Cherkasy
    • Impacted Libraries of Chernigiv Region 
      • Inna Alifenko, Director, Korolenko Regional Scientific Library of Chernigiv, Chair of the Chernigiv branch of the Ukrainian Library Association
      • Marina Latamarchuk, Director, Chernigiv Regional Library for the Youth

    IV. Questions (11.30 – 11:55 a.m. PDT)

    V. Concluding Remarks (11:55 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PDT)

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