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Guidelines for Australian VET Libraries 2016 Final.pdf

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In June 2016, the committee published new Guidelines for Australian VET Libraries, which expressed where we are now, with libraries providing essential support for educators and students, and the potential for the future, with libraries embracing new technologies, new resources, new services and new programs, to deliver the very best student experience, whether on campus or online. There are 25 guidelines covering everything from access to information through to library management and accountability Read more↗

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