A Van and a Plan: How Consortium Offices Can Contribute to Disaster Recovery

Robertson, Guy
December 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p302
Focuses on the important role of consortium offices to the delivery of public library services in Canada. Evaluation of the services delivered by library personnel; Comparison between consortium offices and libraries; Awareness of consortium administrators to the needs and wants of librarians.


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