by Anne Hall
inCite – 1 April 2008

The article focuses on the cooperative collection development in New South Wales. It states that the Western Sydney Cooperating Libraries (WESCOL) is a partnership and a joint initiative of these five public libraries which consists of a collection of three community languages including Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese. Moreover, all challenges have been overcome by WESCOL project’s success.

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