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Learning Resources Centers, Material Ingredients

A) Self-learning auditorium: Self-learning auditorium should facilitate access to all kind of information resources: printed, depending on learning instrument and computerized resources. Then this auditorium should be available, attractive and suitable for student of all grades. Self-learning auditorium includes the following: – Reception and visitors serving area, cataloguing, borrowing and – management. – Reading and perusal area. – Self-learning area (using several resources) – Electronic learning area – Area when can be maintained learning resources (printed and not printed) – Catalogues area (using computer)

B) Group-learning auditorium: The most important characterizing this auditorium is: it has a various equipments and uses, whereas available projectors depend on computer, radio or live presentation through digital camera. There is available, also, flexible furniture which can be reshaped to suit all kind of group and cooperative learning. And it also prepared for simple designing and production of educational materials and several media.

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