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Resource Sharing Review Working Group 1999-2001

The Resource Sharing Review Working Group has been created by the National Library of Canada to review and update the 1994 Canadian Information Resource Sharing Strategy. The purpose of the review is to ensure that the strategy continues to provide a national vision and framework within which libraries can continue to plan and implement a coordinated service infrastructure which meets the needs of all Canadians. The work of the Resource Sharing Review Group was completed in Spring 2001 with the publication of the final report.


Minutes of Working Group Meetings and Teleconferences


Papers and Discussion Documents

Early in 1999 surveys were sent to selected libraries, consortia and provincial agencies in order to gather information on the current state of Canadian library development and to identify national trends which need to be addressed through the revised strategy. Input is also being gathered by means of focus group sessions which will identify, clarify and seek solutions to issues. These documents are posted here in order to encourage more broadly-based discussion of issues. The site also provides appropriate links to other sites discussing resource sharing.

Reports

Issues

Focus Groups

Trends

Resource Sharing Survey Results