|Other titles||Resource sharing in Alberta and the Territories.|
|Statement||National Library of Canada.|
|Contributions||National Library of Canada., National Library of Canada. Resource Network Committee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14, 2 p.|
|Number of Pages||14|
Resource sharing. Sharing resources with other libraries greatly increases the amount of materials your library users can access. This policy must include a statement on participation in the Provincial Library Network and the conditions that apply to library resources and information acquired from other libraries. Resource Sharing •Government of Alberta prepared to support municipalities and First Nations •Alberta develops mutual aid agreements with neighboring provinces, territories and state (British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories and Montana) •Canada wide mutual aid agreement amongst all provinces and territories. share of the revenues derived from mineral development on their traditional territories. With the modern settlement of land claims in certain jurisdictions, government resource revenue sharing has been included in such agreements (i.e. “modern treaties”). FRONTIER CENTRE FOR PULIC POLICY would be to replace both these arrangements with a First Nations tax that could be applied by First Nations to resource development in their territories.8 Coates claims that sharing resource revenue is “straightforward,”9 but in fact, it is anything but that, as was recognized by both the AFN-federal working File Size: KB.
Search the library catalogue to find books, CDs, DVDs and more!: Audiobook and e-Book Search. Can't find it in the library catalogue? Search the province-wide catalogue.: Search our E-Resources to find articles from magazines, encyclopedias, reference books and more!: Ask a Question? Get an Answer! Alberta libraries have a strong history of local autonomy. Library service was and is a municipal service. A provincial network has grown over the years, with library systems, resource sharing and other arrangements creating links between libraries, but the public library is still established and governed at the local level. Provincial resource sharing network. 35 Every jurisdiction and school authority that is a member of a library system shall, for the purpose of managing its library services or public libraries, meet the requirements of the provincial resource sharing network. Part 6 Federation Boards. Definition. Library Board Basics 4. Public Library Services Branch: the Provincial Library Network. Public libraries provide citizens with educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities. Libraries have diverse resources and abilities and no single library can provide services as effectively as all libraries in partnership.
The Alberta Association of Academic Libraries (AAAL) Fall meeting will take place on Friday, Novem at Augustana Campus Library, University of Alberta in Camrose, Alberta. We are interested in hearing . Wainwright Municipal Library Policy Manual Section Public Participation at Board Meetings. It is the sole responsibility of the Board to determine and adopt policies and bylaws relating to the Library, such adoption to be in accordance with the Alberta Libraries Size: 67KB. XXII. Meeting Date and Frequency Policy 37 XXIII. Resource Sharing Policy 38 XXIV. Public Access Computers / Internet Access Policy 39 XXV. Records Management Policy 41 APPENDICES 42 COPIES OF LIBRARY FORMS AND LETTERS USED IN SECTION IV • TAL enables resource sharing by providing access to the collections of its members through TAL Online. • The TAL Card provides on-site borrowing privileges to public library patrons at post-secondary libraries and post-secondary students at public libraries.