06 January 2009 – French Institute Library now part of Copac

//06 January 2009 – French Institute Library now part of Copac

06 January 2009 – French Institute Library now part of Copac

Records from the French Institute have now been added to Copac. The multimedia library of the Institut fran̤ais (French Institute) offers wide and varied documentation on France, and especially the works of French and French-speaking authors. With over 60,000 documents, and a variety of media, it holds one of the largest free-access collections of French material in the UK.
The addition of this collection will be of great benefit to the research community.
The catalogue has been added as part of the Copac Challenge Fund, an initiative jointly funded by RLUK, the RIN, and the British Library. Further information can be found on the website at https://www.rluk.ac.uk/node/59
Details of other libraries to be added as part of the initiative are available from the Forthcoming Libraries pages on the Copac website
http://copac.ac.uk/libraries/forthcoming/
Copac is a free service accessible at:
http://copac.ac.uk

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