“Open Book” Facilitates Online Reading

“Open Book” Facilitates Online Reading

The “Open Book” e-library from the Translation Centre within the Cabinet of Ministers of the Azerbaijan Republic (AzTC) allows access to books in multiple formats, as well as the online version of its publications with a view to boosting young and teen readers’ interest in online reading.

Online readers can enjoy reading the e-library books at home, or whilst on the road and travelling, without opting for any library or bookstore. To this end, there is no need to go through the registration process. In order access e-library reading, you just need to open the section “AzTC Books” at www.achiqkitab.az.

The e-library contains hundreds of scientific, literary, technical, legal, medical pieces among others, as well as the material, dictionaries, training supplies, and a catalogue of modern and classical literature. Visitors of the e-library can also enjoy reading online editions of the AzTC products, as well as its publications - Khazar World Literature magazine and Aydin Yol literary newspaper.

 

 

 

 

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