Library Consortia: For the Greater Good

Wilson, Peter
December 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p284
Focuses on the importance of the development of library consortia in Canada. Account of the launch by the federal government of Canada's Innovation Strategy (CIS) in February 2002. Representation of a growing challenge for libraries and other providers of information by the requirement in meeting the objectives of the CIS; Suitability of the library community for the consortium model.


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