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Welcome to Dr. S. R. Lasker Library

Dr. S. R. Lasker Library is one of the pioneer libraries in Bangladesh in terms of comprehensive collections, variety of services, up to date technology, professionally skilled manpower, user education, service marketing etc. The Library is an integral part of the university and designed to meet the information, research, and curriculum needs of its students, faculty and staff members.

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East West University Library observed National Library Day 2023.


East West University (EWU) Library successfully organized a webinar on "Understanding Libraries' Opportunities and Challenges in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: Bangladesh Context" on 15 January 2023 at 7:00 pm.


We are pleased to let you know that EWU Library has arranged trial access of Higher Education from Cambridge University Press for its users which will expire on December 31, 2022.

East West University Library observed International Open Access Week from 24-30 October 2022, is a global event; now entering its fifteenth year for Open Access advocates to engage their communities to teach them about Open Access, to share what they have learn


The "Hridoye Bangabandhu" has inaugurated at the East West University Library on Thursday, April 21, 2022, to commemorate the life,  work, ideology and philosophy of Father of the Nation and Architect of Independent Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman to the new gener

EWU Library has been working endlessly to help serve the EWU community better since the pandemic hit.