Library Consortia: Beyond Licensing

Scott, Laurie
December 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p286
Focuses on the functions of many formed library consortia in Canada which are beyond licensing. Significance of the licensing of electronic information resources in forming consortia; Inception of the Health Science Information Consortium of Toronto in 1990 following consultations among various stakeholders and an in-depth study by Campbell Consulting; Identification of the need to strengthen the relationship between the University of Toronto Libraries and the libraries of teaching hospitals affiliated with the university's Faculty of Medicine.


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