This paper is dedicated to the fifth anniversary of the Eastern European Scientific Information Agency (EESIA) — a functional unit within the private research organization Cherkas Global University. It provides insight into the mechanics of the Agency’s operation and the nature and structure of information materials offered to readers through it. EESIA’s primary mission is to inform members of the academic-pedagogical community of new research findings in the study of various aspects of the history of Central-Eastern Europe. The main source base for this work is open-access academic journals’ electronic resources that contain the findings of research studies covering the topic in question that are published on EESIA’s website. The prospects for the Agency’s further development are pretty sound — this can be substantiated by statistics on the popularity of materials published on the website, which continues to grow.
Source: Sergey I. Degtyarev, Mykola O. Klochko (2023) Cherkas Global University’s Academic Projects: Eastern European Scientific Information Agency (2018–2023). European Journal of Contemporary Education. 12(4): 1537-1545
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