Qatar National Library to host series of online lectures

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Qatar National Library to host series of online lectures

Constantly learning is one of the best ways to keep your brain in tip-top shape, and the Qatar National Library is here to help with a series of online lectures.

In September, the educational institute will be broadcasting talks covering a range of topics including self-confidence, stirring stories from inspiring individuals and the rise of heritage item smuggling.

Kicking off on September 7, you can find out how to kickstart your sustainability journey while learning about how plastic pollution affects marine life in Qatar.

Then, on September 12 the library’s public speaking experts will be teaching you how to interview well, and how to present achievements and successes with confidence.

On September 14, there’ll be a workshop covering topics including human psychology, neurolinguistic programming and physiology to help parents find smart ways for kids to study.

You’ll be able to find out the answer to the all-important question of “what is the moon made out of” in a talk by NASA scientist Dr Essam Heggy on September 18.

And if you’re a writer, the library will be hosting a Young Adults Creative Writing Circle on September 24.

Then, to finish the month, parents, caregivers and teachers are invited to a lecture on visual aids to help children with autism.

You can find the full schedule on the Qatar National Library website here

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