The Fifteenth International Conference : Crimea 2008 Ukraine, Crimea, 7th-15th June 2008 : general contributions
AbstractThe Fifteenth Jubilee International Conference (otherwise known as "Crimea 2008") was once again successfully held in the popular town of Sudak (which hosted the main event) and the satellite conference-resort cities of Alushta, Bakhchisarai, Belogorsk, Feodosia, Kerch, Koktebel and Stary Krym of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in the Ukraine from the 7th to the 15th of June 2008. The aim of the Crimea Conference is to explore, discuss and share experiences that deal with the development, problems and implementation of new information technologies in library and information activities and services. Many people, including conference organizers, participants and holidaymakers, are drawn to that part of the world because of the region's beauty, particularly the majestic mountains and valleys between the Black Sea and the Azov Sea. The area is also known for its unique history, dating back to the Roman and Ottoman Empires, which makes its presence felt in the architecture, agriculture, shores and diversified people of the region.
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