Universities and schools closed; academic year is under threat. To facilitate the continuity of studies, Nouvelles Éditions Numériques Africaines (NENA) contributes to the fight against Covid-19 by offering free access to its digital libraries during the health crisis.
Equipped with an Internet connection, students and pupils from all the countries of the Francophonie will be able to consult online more than 1,700 ebooks of African content, distributed in 9 digital libraries by field: literature, human sciences, culture, youth, law. The student in literature will be able to consult “Histoire de la littérature africaine” by Lilyan Kesteloot, the history student “Histoire critique de l’Afrique” by Joseph Ki-Zerbo, the economics student “Le développement inégal” by Samir Amin, the law student the Acts and Jurisprudence in the “Recueil du droit OHADA”; the young student and his parents will be able to read or listen to some of the 150 African tales in audiobook format. A unique and original concentration of African works accessible from everywhere.
To facilitate access, NENA and the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) have joined forces. Students simply need to log on to the Digital Library of the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) at https://bneuf.auf.org/#!/resource/home or create an account there: a click on the “Ressources numériques ” leads directly to the link on the African Digital Library site (https://www.librairienumeriqueafricaine.com/ ).
Nouvelles Editions Numériques Africaines (SARL) is a publisher, bookseller and distributor of African digital publications located in Dakar, Senegal.
The AUF is the world’s largest university network, bringing together more than 990 higher education and research institutions in 118 countries.
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