International Online Survey about the information literacy of students in library and information science in SULSIT was realized in 2013 as a part of the international comparative study , carried out in universities in the 17th countries in Europe, America and Australia under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Serap Kurbanoglu of Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey.
12th Scientific International Conference ‘Knowledge Society and 21st Century Humanism’
Second European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL)
Scientific International Congress Management of Cultural Heritage and Cultural Memory Institutions, supported by SULSIT UNESCO Chair
Paper: Todorova, Tania, Bülent Yılmaz, Tolga Çakmak, Elisaveta Tsvetkova. Digital Preservation Policies in Bulgaria and Turkey. // Information World Journal, 2015 (in print).
National Scientific Conference ICT in Library Science, Education and Cultural Heritage’ – Official Celebration of UNESCO's 70th anniversary, SULSIT’s 65th anniversary
Internal project part-financed by regulation 9: International scientific seminar QED'14: The quality of education and the challenges in the digital world
Project Distance education in library and information science, Cultural Heritage and Printing Communications (Contract № BG051PO001-4.3.04-0039). The project is funded by the Operational Programme Human Resources Development Grant Scheme BG051PO001-4.3.04 Development of electronic forms of distance learning in higher education, funded by the European Social Fund of the European Union.
Project "Innovative services for access to information in public libraries", РД-00-249/08.12.2014, Foundation “Global libraries” – Bulgaria and Ministry of Culture, 18 May 2015 – 31 July 2015
Scientific project with international participation Copyright Policies of libraries and other cultural institutions (2012-2016), funded by the National Science Fund of the Bulgarian Ministry of Education and Science.
Results from comparative survey in Bulgaria, France, Croatia and Turkey was published in:
International Online Survey “Academic Reading – Print vs. electronic documents” held in the period March-May 2015 in 25 countries. The survey is managed by Diane Mizrachi, Ph.D. in Social Sciences and Undergraduate Instruction Librarian at Charles E. Young Research Library, (University of California, Los Angeles, UCLA). Bulgarian researcher is Prof. Dr. Tania Todorova (SULSIT). The study seeks to investigate the format preferences for class readings - digital or print - and the reading behaviors of undergraduate and postgraduate students.