Science-Technology Literature Resources in Canada : Report of a Survey for the Associate Committee on Scientific Information

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AbstractSince its formation in 1957, the Associate Committee on Scientific Information of the National Research Council has taken as its primary task the problem of ensuring that, irrespective of location, every scientist in Canada has access to the scientific literature and the technical information required for his research. With this end in view, the Committee, early in its deliberations, adopted as its model a system of regional libraries possessing text books and basic journals in frequent use and, for other requirements, having ready access through modern reproduction processes to a national comprehensive collection represented by the holdings of the National Science and other federal libraries in Ottawa.
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AffiliationNRC Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information; National Research Council Canada
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NPARC number18573324
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Record created2011-09-28
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