How e IFL.net supports the wide availability of electronic information in developing country libraries. Emilija Banionyte, eIFL.net Advisory Board member. eIFL.net starting point.
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eIFL.net Advisory Board member
Tunis, 2005 November 13
eIFL.net is a not-for-profit organisation registered in the Netherlands and operational from Italy; it is a global coalition of 50 national library consortia in transition and developing countries. It supports the building and sustaining of library consortia and negotiates and advocates for the wide availability of electronic information in member countries. It offers a range of relevant services and activities to member consortia.
In all these areas: capacity building, knowledge sharing, resource provision, international networking, advocacy
is one of our main goals
Most countries, before joining eIFL.net,
had never heard the word ‘consortium’
50 countries in 3 continents:
eIFL.net member consortia- Asia -