New Library Catalogue launched

September 2010
Chartered Accountants Journal;Sep2010, Vol. 89 Issue 8, p64
The article presents the key features of www.nzica.com/library such as simplified search, in-built request function, and an immediate online access to articles from publications as well as tips for effective searching such as the use of speech marks around phrases, use of Advanced Search, and use of Ask-a-Librarian link.


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