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  • Based at Yale University Library, The Arabic Middle Eastern Electronic Library is a collaborative project started in 2005. It is both a portal and a digital collection of resources for the study of the Middle East. With more than 10 international participants, including Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Brill Academic Publishers, or Oxford University Press, AMEEL is a very ambitious project aiming to: “develop an infrastructure for digital content”, “digitize key journals”, “build and expand capacity f(…)
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  • Founded in 2006 on the initiative of the Lebanese Association for Educational Studies (LAES), the Arab Educational Information Network is an online database documenting educational research produced in Arab countries. If the pilot project was exclusively funded by research grants received from the Ford Foundation, funding now comes from various sources such as the UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in the Arab States, the Arab Bureau of Education for the Gulf States (ABEGS), the Kuwait Soc(…)
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  • Jean-Joseph Marcel (1776-1854) was an Arabist, and an antiquities collector. He joined Bonapart's expedition to Egypt as head of the printing shop dispached to Egypt together with Napoleon’s military troops. After spending 3 years in Alexandria and Cairo (1798 to 1801), executing his duty of publishing newspapers for the French Army and leaflets for the Egyptians, he returned to Paris. There, Jean-Joseph Marcel became the head of the Republican printing house. Twelve years later, after Napo
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