MBRF Launches Digital Edition of Bait Al Qaseed Magazine
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (MBRF) has launched the new digital edition of the Bait Al Qaseed magazine published by the House of Poetry, Dubai. The digital issue has a diverse set of distinguished interviews and reports in the field of poetry and how it is evolving in the country and the Arab world. An Englishlanguage version of the magazine was also launched. The readers can view the magazine through the Foundation’s website (www. mbrf.ae), on the Digital Knowledge Hub or by clicking on the link https://mbrf.ae/en/read/ byt-alksyd.
His Excellency Jamal bin Huwaireb, MBRF’s CEO, emphasized that the Foundation focused on achieving the goals of the Dubai paperless strategy and the guidance of our wise leadership in this context, through the activation of digital services in the fields of knowledge and culture, which allow the public easy and fast access to the Foundation’s publications through smart devices anywhere, anytime.
His Excellency urged all members of society to take advantage of the Foundation’s digital versions available through its website, especially in the current time the world is going through disruptions caused by the coronavirus disease pandemic, which requires members of the public to stay at home but get involved in various activities most notably reading through applications and digital platforms, which provide innovative solutions for all members of the family. The MBRF’s website allows users to browse the various magazines, books and publications. He added that the MBRF is ready to provide knowledge under all circumstances and times.
By providing digital versions of its publications, including Flashes, Wamadat, and Books in Minutes, the Foundation seeks to enhance the use of digital culture and knowledge for all members of society, and to benefit from the ability to access its publications in a fully digital way. The audience can read through any smart device from anywhere in the section of the Digital Knowledge Hub on the Foundation’s website mentioned above.