Library of Congress - Islamabad, Pakistan
The Library of Congress Office, Islamabad, Pakistan, is one of six overseas offices administered by the African/Asian Acquisitions and Overseas Operations Division of the Library. These offices acquire, catalog, preserve, and distribute library and research materials from countries where such materials are essentially unavailable through conventional acquisitions methods.

General Information

Cooperative Acquisitions Program

The Islamabad Office administers a Cooperative Acquisitions Program (CAP) acquiring materials for the Library of Congress and other participating academic, research, and public libraries in United States, Canada, and Europe.

Country Profiles

The Islamabad Cooperative Acquisitions Progran is open to all non-profit librariers and research instutions seeking to develop research library colections from Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan. Our acquistions, serials, and financial staff will help you devlop a profile that meets your collection devlopment and budget requirements. Each country is adminisetered separate program requiring three profiles and langiage format options. See below indvidual country information or contact Islamabad office for more information.

Islamabad Serials Lists

Publishing Trends in Pakistan, Iran, and Afghanistan

Exchange Program

Through formal and informal exchange agreements office acquire materials that would otherwise not be available. Exchange partners exchange their publications with Islamabad Office. The office offers in exchange library materials that are in excess of its needs (duplicates), and selected from Library of Congress and U.S. Government publications.

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Comments: Islamabad Office ( 11 December, 2008 )