How To Register On Z Library, Important Points And Plans Offered By It?

In this article, we are going to eliminate the use of Traditional Books from our lives. We are going to convert it into a digitalized form. With this, nobody has to go to the libraries physically. Moreover, they cannot stop their reading habits, by not going to libraries. The solution is using the digital platform to read the books of your demand. Not even the read, you can also download those books, from this digital platform. We are going to talk about the Z Library which is an online platform to read and download books. […]


Call for Training Participation

The Oromo Studies Association (OSA) is planning on organizing a series of seminars that aim to support and strengthen the young generation of Oromo scholars (PhD students and early career researchers) in Oromia and abroad. The themes of the seminar trainings include decolonial scholarship, critical academic writing, and the politics of publishing. In addition to giving insight into critical and deconstructionist scholarship, the trainings will also serve the participants as a platform of networking and scholarly conversation between fellow young researchers and seasoned scholars.

Interested applicants who fulfill the following requirements below can apply by sending their application as a single PDF file to

The application requirements are:

  • PhD candidate or early career researcher (less than 5 years after PhD earned).
  • Demonstrated research and publication on Oromo related issues (should be evident in the CV).
  • A concise letter of motivation for why you are interested to take part in the trainings and your career plan.
  • – A CV of a maximum 2 pages outlining your education, research and publication experiences.
  • Participants will be selected by a panel of reviewers. The participation will be free of charge, and the exact date of the training and other details will be announced to the selected participants.

Deadline for application: October 30, 2022

Asebe Regassa (PhD), President, Oromo Studies Association

Young (aged 5 to 8) children’s reading in 2022

This report outlines findings from our 2022 Annual Literacy Survey, exploring young children’s reading engagement and access to reading materials at home.

This report is based on 8,210 responses to our Annual Literacy Survey from children aged 5 to 8 in early 2022. It includes findings relating to questions about reading enjoyment, confidence and frequency, reading attitudes and preferences and book ownership. It also includes data from 2,130 8-year-olds who answered as survey for older pupils in 2022, providing insight into reading motivation and how reading can support mental wellbeing. […]

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