2020-11-13  |  Open access  |   https://doi.org/10.37068/evu.12.6

The Encyclopedia of Nosivka Raion as a first online encyclopedia in the Chernihiv oblast

Yuri Perohanych
The Encyclopedia Herald of Ukraine, 2020, vol. 12, pp. 65–71.
AbstractThe Encyclopedia about Nosivka raion is an object of the article. This regional encyclopedia was founded in 2019. It is an open-ended online encyclopedia built on the model of Wikipedia. The similarities with Wikipedia, features of the structure and content of encyclopedia articles, as well as authors and those who contribute to the encyclopedia textual corpus are highlighted.
2020-11-13  |  Open access  |   https://doi.org/10.37068/evu.12.7

The Encyclopedia of Kolomyia: from concept to realization

Mykola Savchuk
The Encyclopedia Herald of Ukraine, 2020, vol. 12, pp. 72–79.
AbstractThe article presents the experience of the Encyclopedia of Kolomyia’s compiling. The specialties of the structure this multivolume encyclopedic work as well as the editorial and publishing process are characterized. The historical preconditions of the appearance of this encyclopedia about Kolomyia region are described, the important information of this region and the necessity of their coverage in the encyclopedic format are highlighted.
2020-11-13  |  Open access  |   https://doi.org/10.37068/evu.12.8

The Ukrainian Encyclopedia of Religious Studies: history of the case and publishing trouble

Anatolii Kolodnyi, Liudmyla Fylypovych
The Encyclopedia Herald of Ukraine, 2020, vol. 12, pp. 80–85.
AbstractThe article reviews the Ukrainian Encyclopedia of Religious Studies that will be published soon. The encyclopedic work was prepared by the academic team 20 years ago. The history of the encyclopedia case, its features, and achievements in religious studies, as well as problems and prospects of its publishing are covered.
2019-12-09  |  Open access  |   https://doi.org/10.37068/evu.11.4

They changed the history: 125 natives of the Southern Bessarabia

Lilia Tsyganenko
The Encyclopedia Herald of Ukraine, 2019, vol. 11, pp. 40–46.
AbstractDuring the interstate scholarly project "Ukraine and Moldova: common historical memory, lessons and perspectives", the materials about the prominent personalities of science, culture and politics born in Southern Bessarabia was collected by the scientists from Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria. As a result, it was prepared and published a bilingual (Ukrainian – English) encyclopedic dictionary based on these collected materials. The encyclopedic dictionary is a unique example of cooperation between the scientists from several countries. It aims to stimulate a sense of pride among the younger generation, as well as to introduce people of different countries to our famous countrymen. This article provides background information on how to prepare this encyclopedic dictionary and highlights its content.