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The Saskatchewan Electronic Resources Partnership (SERP) is a province-wide program in which libraries pool funds to purchase access to electronic information resources: magazines, journals, newspapers, directories, reference books, and other information resources.
The Planning and Development Committee was implemented to:
Participants of the program include ten 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.
Current Policies and Procedures
Provincial Library and Literacy Office
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