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GARSIDE. Resolutions English 1. Shared cataloguing (with Committee on Mechanization). The pro pos al of 18th April 1968 for a contract between UNESCO and IFLA to examine the possibility of using the Shared Cataloguing Project for the libraries of other countries limits the investigation to developing countries. But the Shared Cataloguing Project is a complicated system which makes highly technical demands on its users, which cannot generally be fulfilled in the developing countries. Apart from the enormous technical and organisational problems which arise from the adoption of the Shared Cataloguing Project by other countries the restriction of the investigation to developing countries raises the additional question as to how these countries should be placed in the position of being able to use the technical mechanism of the Shared Cataloguing Project.
At the same time I must underline the fact that our economic possibilities are limited and in this connection I refer to our dose co-operation with UNESCO. This institution has many contracts, which are executed through our organisation and it has always shown a thorough interest in financing the carrying through of our projects. It cannot be our job to double the great working programme of UNESCO within the fields of library and documentation, because IFLA is a free non-governmental organisation gathering men of good will, who place their knowhow at the disposal of international library work.
Tirage: 2,150 copies. 38 Costs : Editorial . . . . . . . . . Printing . . . . . . . . . Distribution (incl. postage) at 2s. per vol. (first 1,000). ;t:350 504 100 ;f95·t Pricc: Li, including postage. (1'0 hooksellers and membcrs of IFLA: 16 shillings). Free copies distributed. . . i) 1 No. of copies sold (to 1968 June 30) U5 = approx. f:670 9) Union catalogues: a directory/Repertoire des catalogues collectifs. (To replace "Guide to union catalogues and international loan centres/Guide des catalogues collectifs et du pret international ", Nijhoff, 1961.