Government Information Access in the U.S. and Canada: Implications for Librarians

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Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2014-06-09
Keywords: 
library
government information
access
Canada
Abstract: 

Access to government information varies widely and is, in many cases, changing rapidly. This presentation provided an overview of the American and Canadian government information contexts as well as what each context means for contemporary library services. The question of how can librarians and information professionals of all types can meet new challenges in this area while also preparing for — and anticipating — future developments was discussed

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Presentation for Special  Libraries Association Conference, Vancouver, 2014

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English
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Conference presentation
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