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The Saskatchewan Electronic Resources Partnership (SERP) program was established to support equity of access to online library resources for all Saskatchewan residents, including those who live in small urban, rural, and remote areas.
SERP is a province-wide program in which libraries pool funds to purchase access to electronic information resources: magazines, journals, newspapers, reference books, and other information resources. SERP libraries are helping to close the digital divide, and are working to ensure that all citizens have access to high-quality information, a necessity for education, work, and leisure in a global, knowledge-based economy.
Participants of the program include nine public library systems, all PreK to 12 schools, most post-secondary institutions, plus multiple special libraries, and the Provincial Library and Literacy Office (PLLO). PLLO takes responsibility for the administration and coordination of the program.
All SERP members have access to digital resources in the core collection. These subscriptions run from July 1 - June 30.
|Academic OneFile Select||Auto Repair Source||Britannica Online|
|Business Source Elite||Canadian Major Dailies||Canadian Research Index|
|eBooks on EBSCOhost||Gale In Context: Elementary||Gale In Context: Middle School|
|Literature Resource Center||NoveList Plus||NoveList Plus K-8|
|PressReader||Scribner Writers Online||Twayne's Authors Online|
|CBCA Complete / eLibrary||CPI.Q / Health and Wellness|
Note: Four or more organizations must subscribe to a digital resource for it to be included in the supplemental (opt-in) collection. These subscriptions run from January 1 - December 30. Contact PLLO if you are interested in subscribing to any of these resources.
Ancestry Library Edition: The world’s largest online family history resource gives you access to historical documents and photos from all over the world.
Consumer Reports: The world's largest nonprofit product-testing organization and has been helping subscribers find better, safer products for 80+ years.
NFB Campus: Award-winning streaming films. It featuring over 3,000 productions.
RDA Toolkit: An online product that allows users to interact with a collection of cataloging-related documents and resources including RDA: Resource Description and Access. RDA Toolkit is published by the RDA Copyright Holders.
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