Do We All Need to Keep That? Shared Print Archving in COPPUL

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Date created: 
2013-05-10
Keywords: 
university libraries
collections management
shared print collections
Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries
Abstract: 

This conference presetation presents a profile of the Shared Print Archive Network from the Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries (COPPUL) as of May 2013.

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The presentation provides an overview of the COPPUL print archiving program, and situates it within the larger shared print movement in libraries.

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English
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Conference presentation
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