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CTA. 2003. Index cards. Spore 103. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Interested in developing your own (organisation's) library and looking for more contacts? Here are three excellent ports of call to drop in on.The International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists (IAALD) is a loose and open...
Interested in developing your own (organisation s) library and looking for more contacts? Here are three excellent ports of call to drop in on. The International Association of Agricultural Information Specialists (IAALD) is a loose and open membership organisation. Relatively low on resources, but peopled by some of the best networkers around, it is always a good source of shared experience. Ask for special rates for developing country members. The IAALD World Directory of Agricultural Information Resource Centers (see Spore 95) is now available online through the National Information ServicesCorporation. www.nisc.com IAALD, Ms Margot Bellamy, Secretary/Treasurer 14 Queen Street, Dorchester-on-Thames, Wallingford OX10 7HR, UK Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.lib.montana.edu/ ~alijk/iaald.html Wider in scope, but also full of helpful networking colleagues is the International Foundation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Options for membership range from full institutional status to one-person library managers and individuals. IFLA PO Box 95312, 2509 CH The Hague, The Netherlands Fax: +31 70 383 4827 Email: email@example.com Website: www.ifla.org Is your priority to get some order into those rows of books and magazines in your library? A classic work happens to come from the world of health information workers in Africa and Asia who have been through the same problems, and have pooled their experiences through the Healthlink network. Their Resource centre manual is highly relevant for small rural libraries, but paradoxically is no longer in print and is available only on the World Wide Web and downloadable in small format. Worth getting. www.healthlink.org.uk/rcman/rchome.html Healthlink Worldwide Cityside, 40 Adler Street, London E1 1EE, UK Fax +44 20 7539 1580 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.healthlink.org.uk
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- CTA Spore (English)