The National Library receives and curates electronic books and publications: books, newspapers and periodicals, audiobooks, and music files and video. The National Library has been receiving and curating books and electronic publication for preservation for a number of years. In November 2015 new ordinances
were put into effect that expand the Books Law which now include electronically published publications as part of the legal deposit collection.
The National Library implements information security means to protest the publications deposited therein:
• The electronic publications are saved in the secure Library servers.
• The ability to view and access the electronic publications are possible only with the National Library building. Access is limited to two users at any given time.
• The National Library does not enable digital copying of its publications: It is prohibited to save them on a flash drive, send then via email or any other method.
• Catalog information regarding the publications is available to all users via the digital catalog of the library, as any other item in the Library.
on the National Library website.
You can deposit electronic publications in the following formats: EPUB, DOC, PDF, as well as video audio files.
The deposit can be done via email firstname.lastname@example.org
, or approach for coordination.