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Library Development Commission of British Columbia.

British Columbia. Library Development Commission.

Library Development Commission of British Columbia.

by British Columbia. Library Development Commission.

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Published in Victoria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • British Columbia.
    • Subjects:
    • British Columbia. Library Development Commission.,
    • Libraries -- British Columbia.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ735.B88 A55
      The Physical Object
      Pagination12 p.
      Number of Pages12
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4370880M
      LC Control Number78555924

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      UBC Library users now have access to previously banned content that offers historical perspectives on sex, sexuality and gender. Part III of Gale's Archives of Sexuality and Gender provides access to nearly one million pages of unique and rare content. Final Report for British Columbia Library Development Commission. MacDonald, R. W.; And Others. To determine the need for additional bibliographic resources in the libraries of British Columbia, Canada, an evaluation was undertaken which included visits to libraries and existing operational catalog support systems, and meetings with advisory Author: R. W. MacDonald.


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Get this from a library. Programme for library development in the Province of British Columbia. [British Columbia. Library Development Commission.]. The ministry has released a new strategic plan for provincial public library services in British Columbia.

The plan was developed with library partners and focuses on making sure British Columbians experience library services that are engaging, accessible and responsive to their needs. “Public libraries are an important part our government’s plan to make life better and more affordable for British Columbians.

British Columbians Grow, Innovate, and Thrive through Connected Public Libraries. Public libraries are at the heart of B.C.’s diverse and unique communities. Libraries are a place to learn and explore. Libraries are future focused, providing British Columbians from all walks of life access to information, services, and resources.

Bibliography is the science of describing published works, and the bibliography of British Columbia is located in traditional printed bibliographies.

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