Caribbean Knowledge Management Centre (CKMC)
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1977, Port-of-Spain (Trinidad-Tobago), by Caribbean Development and Cooperation Committee (CDCC), as a permanent subsidiary body of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC). Original title: Caribbean Documentation Centre (CDC) -- Centre de documentation des Caraïbes -- Centro de Documentación para el Caribe. Also referred to by acronym CARIB/DOC.
Create a virtual library of Caribbean information in order to disseminate and/or facilitate access to information of relevance to development priorities in the region; research and initiate discussion and debate on information technology and information delivery issues in the Caribbean region.Available with paid subscription only.
Reference services; inter-library information delivery; literature searches; e-mail query response service; electronic bibliographic catalogue to ECLAC documents.
Dutch, English, French, Spanish.
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Members in 21 countries
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
- Informatics, Classification
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