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ON-LINE COURSE:  BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!


CANADIAN GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION ON THE WEB
with Jeff Moon


Governments around the world have embraced the Web as a major publication tool for government documents, laws, statistics, and citizen-based information. Web-based government information is a great enhancement to a library collection - if you know how to find and use these resources. 

Designed for general librarians and professionals without an extensive background searching for government information, this course will introduce you to key Canadian government information sources on the Internet. The program is focused primarily on Canadian Federal publications and related information. We'll cover a new topic in each week of this six-week program and provide exercises to help you practice using these resources effectively. 


Read more, and register at www.educationinstitute.ca <http://www.educationinstitute.ca/> 



Liz Kerr
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Education Director
Ontario Library Association
50 Welllington St. E. Suite 201
Toronto, M5E 1C8
T. 416-363-3388, ext 32
F. 416-941-9581
Education Institute
Professional Education Network