Northern Alberta Library and Information Network (NORALINK): Challenges and Highlights of a Collaborative Initiative
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The concept of the Northern Alberta Library and Information Network (NORALINK)emerged in early 1992, initiated by Athabasca University Library. NORALINK was a response of the Library to two situations. First, a response to AU students in Edmonton who wanted access and borrowing privileges from the University of Alberta Libraries. Second, a response to a shared premise that libraries of post-secondary institutions could provide services to one another's students, and treat one another's client's as their own.