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Publication Information

The APLA Bulletin (ISSN 0001-2203) is the official organ of the Atlantic Provinces Library Association. 

Frequency: The APLA Bulletin is published five times per year.

Availability: The APLA Bulletin is an open access periodical. Claims for missing print issues should be sent to the Bulletin co-editors (see below for contact information). Back volumes are available from UMI, Ann Arbor, MI.

Submissions: Submissions should be sent to the editors. Deadlines for submissions are: October 1, November 30, February 1, April 1 and July 1.

Advertising: Correspondence regarding advertising should be sent to the Advertising Editor. A rate card is available upon request.

Copyright: Individual authors hold the copyright to articles published in the APLA Bulletin. Under the copyright laws, those who wish to reprint articles for any use must contact the individual author for permission. The opinions expressed in articles are not necessarily those of the editors or the Association. The editors can be reached at the following addresses:

Alexandra Brooks Robinson
Assistant Regional Director / Directrice régionale adjointe
Fundy Library Region / Région de bibliothèques de Fundy
New Brunswick Public Library Service / Service des bibliothèques publiques du Nouveau-Brunswick
Tel: (506) 643-7233 Fax: (506) 643-7225

Nicole Dixon
Electronic Resources Librarian
Cape Breton University
P.O.Box 5300, 1250 Grand Lake Road,
Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada B1P 6L2
Tel: (902) 563-1997

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APLA-L is an un-moderated discussion list for people who are interested in library issues in Atlantic Canada. The APLA list is: a place to post notices about workshops, seminars, and other events a source of current information about the actions of the APLA Executive a forum for sharing questions, comments and ideas about library services a place to post job advertisements.

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APLA Executive

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