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Core Values of Librarianship: Access – “All information resources that are provided directly or indirectly by the library , regardless of technology, format, or methods of delivery, should be readily, equally, and equitably accessible to all library users.” - Excerpts from ALA Policy
Thank You! Jina Choi Wakimoto Head, Cataloging & Metadata Services University of Colorado at Boulder [email_address]
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