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The Lebanese American University (LAU) Beirut Library was established in 1934 as a single room library serving about 150 women. The Library went through many stages of growth as its mother institution. The new library, namely Riyad Nassar library (RNL), serves now approximately 5000 co-educational campus.
Moving a collection of 225,000 volumes to an 8000sq library during a war period was a tremendous challenge. The poster session will demonstrate our agony and ultimate pride in accomplishing the most modern and high-tech library in Lebanon.
Poster session presented in American Library Association Annual conference in Anaheim, CA in 2008.