PRLog - Feb. 2, 2011 - BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Arabic Studies International (ASI), approaching it's sixth month in existence, has membership of over 200 individuals from 48 different countries. Members are drawn to the news and information posted and shared on the site.
The organization's most popular features include a job board, a listing of member publication, and a monthly e-newsletter that reports on upcoming calls for papers, abstracts, conferences, and news of interest to the Arabic fields of study. Student members enjoy regular updates on scholarships and grants for which they may be eligible.
Finally, nothing can replace the interaction of like-minded professionals that can connect 48 countries (and counting!) in one place to share ideas and discussions.
ASI is a membership based/membership driven organization developed to promote collaboration, networking and communication across the varied fields of Arabic Studies. Based in the United States, the organization is open to members worldwide. Individual Membership benefits include networking among Arabic Studies professionals and students; access to various discussion forums including those focused on culture, linguistics, literature, research, and pedagogy; job postings, a customizable member profile, opportunities to post information about your publications, add blog articles, receive a monthly E-Newsletter, and reduced registration rates for future conferences. Plans are underway for Arabic-related workshops and speaker sessions in various locations around the United States. Additional details can be found at the ASI web site, http://www.arabicstudiesonline.org. The organization is managed by Vietaly Enterprises, Inc. of Birmingham, Alabama, http://www.vietaly.com.
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Vietaly Enterprises, http://www.vietaly.com, is a female minority owned business located in Birmingham, Alabama, specializing in web site design and development, graphic design, printing and publications, and planning conferences, trade shows and events.