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New GODORT Occassional Paper!

Sherry Smugler, Government Publications and Reference Librarian at the University of Toronto, Canada has just written a new report entitled – Facing Change: A Perspective on Government  Publications Services in Canadian Academic Libraries in the Internet Age as part of the American Library’s Association Government Documents Round Table Section. It offers an […]

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Canadian government documents and websites at risk!

The distribution of government documents is crucial to keeping citizens informed and able to make decisions.  Governments everywhere have experienced budgetary concerns and as a result, many depository programs are faced with challenges that seem insurmountable considering the lack of funds and staff to assure the maintenance of access to […]

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Celebrate your users!

Dag Hammerskjold Library has created an  map that focuses on United Nations research.  Researchers can tell their story and share what information they have found at a UN information center and add it to the interactive Findery map.  Combining GIS with user behavior, the UN Finderly map can also help […]

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