To become a hub of knowledge to ensure quality and diversity of teaching, learning and research activities at BMU.
To provide quality and reliable print and electronic resources and innovative services to the BMU community to stimulate creativity, intellectual inquisitiveness, and to facilitate learning and research outcomes.
The BMU library provides access to academic textbooks and a collection of general and fiction literature, organized in accordance with the Dewey Decimal Classification system. For daily operations, BMU is using the Library Management System (LMS). The library premises are divided into the following zones: main zone, restricted zone (book depository), and open access space.
A fully equipped computer lab is available for students with access to electronic books and databases including EBSCO and Science Direct.
EBSCO host grants access to full text materials for nearly 1,700 periodicals, 500 reference books and over 164,400 primary source documents.
Science Direct contains articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and 11,000 books. To access either database, users must be present on campus and be using the BMU IP address. Please follow the links below:
LRC staff will organize a training session once a month on How to Use E-Resources Effectively. Please contact the information desk for more information.
Full access to the National Library of Uzbekistan is open to BMU students. The National Library consists of 120 million physical sources of information and provides access to more than 30 databases, including: JSTOR, Pro-Quest, Springer Nature, EBSCO, e-Library, Eastview, and many others. The National Library also organizes events, seminars, and conferences dedicated to different aspects of literacy skill development, study skills, and research methodology. It is located within a 15-minute walk from the BMU campus on 1 Navoi Avenue, Tashkent.
All users must fully comply at all times with the rules and regulations governing the use of LRC services. These are embodied in the printed document entitled “Library Regulations” available at the information desk.
Some of the main regulations require students to demonstrate:
*Everyone who uses the Library services and computing facilities undertakes to observe these regulations. Users who infringe them risk temporary suspension or exclusion from these services.
If I don’t see the book I want, what can I do?
Is the library open on holidays or weekends?
How can I access the digital database?
Do I have to register for Poetry Club or Creative Writing Club?