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026 British Homoeopathic Library and Hom-Inform Offers details of journal holdings, clinical trials, recent trials completed around the world, an alphabetical book catalogue, and access to a thesaurus compiled by the European Committee for Homoeopathy.


026.78 Britten-Pears Library Library originally accumulated by Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) and Peter Pears (1910-1986). Includes collections of manuscript and printed music, books on a wide range of subjects, sound and video recordings, photographs, and archives of letters, ephemera and papers of organisations with which Britten and Pears were closely associated. An electronic catalogue of holdings indexed to date is available for searching online.


026 Clinton Presidential Materials Project Offers access to the official site of the William J.Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, and 5 archived snapshots of the White House website, from the first version created in 1995 to the version in place during the final days of the Clinton administration in 2001.


026 EURASLIC: European Association of Aquatic Sciences Libraries and Information Centres Organisation coordinating the activities of aquatic information providers throughout Europe. Offers a forum for the exchange of ideas, details of publications including a newsletter and proceedings of meetings, information about the group’s biennial conference, and a searchable directory of European aquatic science libraries and information centres.


026 George Bush Presidential Library and Museum Details of library and museum holdings and activities which relate to the career of George Herbert Walker Bush. Material covers his positions of congressman, ambassador to the United Nations, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Vice-President and President (1989-1993) of the United States.


020 Health Information and Libraries Journal This journal was formerly known as Health Libraries Review.


026 H-HistBibl: Discussing the Work of Historians, Librarians & Archivists An electronic forum for librarians, archivists, curators, and scholars interested in the practice and study of bibliographic and library services in support of historical study and teaching. Includes searchable discussion logs.


026 International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (UK and Ireland Branch) Association representing music libraries and librarians throughout the world. Provides details of activities, committees, project groups, membership, and stock made available to paid-up members of IAML in the UK and Ireland.


026 International Journal of Special Libraries Quarterly journal for librarians in government and international agencies, universities and research institutions. Primarily publishes research by members of IFLA Division of Special Libraries. Articles in PDF.


026 Judaica Libraries and Archives on the Web Directory of links to library home pages and archives located in Israel, United States, Canada, Curacao, Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, all of which relate to the literature, culture, and customs of the Jewish population.


026 Kate Sharpley Library Offers information about collections and activities which take place at the library of anarchist material in London. Features a quarterly bulletin, details of publications, and details of works sought by the library.


026 Metafore2.ca: Canadian Forest Service Library Network Catalogue Catalogue of documents held by the Canadian Forest Service, offered in English, French, and Spanish. Subject areas include carbon modelling, community forestry, forest fire behaviour and impact, and tree biotechnology.


026 National Agriculture Library Information about library services and events. Provides access to AGRICOLA (AGRICultural OnLine Access), a bibliographic database of citations to the agricultural literature created by the National Agricultural Library and its cooperators, and also to AgNIC, a guide to quality agricultural information on the Internet as selected by the National Agricultural Library, Land-Grant Universities, and other institutions.


020.6 National Library for the Blind (UK) Free library service for visually impaired readers who want books in accessible formats. Provides online monthly and yearly additions lists, a quarterly bulletin, and some electronic texts in ASCII braille grade 2 fomat.


026 National Library of Canada: Directory of Special Collections Resource to help librarians, researchers and scholars locate special collection materials in Canada. The directory is browsable by general subject, primary subject, collection or institution, and searchable by keyword, title or subject. Contains bibliographic details, description, physical access details and inter-library loan availability. French and English language options are available.


025.3 RIBA British Architectural Library OPAC online catalogue of the Royal Institute of British Architects library, searchable by keyword, author, title, subject, and series. Library holdings include over 500,000 architectural drawings, 700,000 manuscripts, and over 650,000 photographs.


026 Special Collections and Archives: Repositories of Primary Sources Extensive list of links to over 2800 sites describing holdings of manuscripts, archives, rare books, historical photographs, and other primary sources for the research scholar.


026 Water Librarian’s Home Page Set of links to water-related material organised into categories headed reference, library catalogues and Web pages, collection development and acquisitions, and other library resources. Sources include government agencies, databases, publishers, booksellers, mailing lists, and electronic journals.


026 WHO: Library and Information Networks for Knowledge The WHO Library and Information Networks for Knowledge (LNK) provides comprehensive library and information services on WHO-produced recorded information in print and other media. In addition, library services give access to worldwide health, medical and development information resources to WHO headquarters, regions and country offices, ministries of health and other government offices, health workers in Member States, other UN and international agencies, and diplomatic missions. The WHO library programmes help regions and developing countries achieve self-sufficiency in providing information services to the health sector.


026 Working Class Movement Library Research library concerned with the activities, expression and enquiries of the labour movement since the late eighteenth century.


026 Working in Art Libraries Document describing art libraries and associated work. Explains how to become an art librarian, provides information about courses and training opportunities, assesses job prospects in the field, and includes links to potential sources of employment.


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