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Middle East Cooperative Collecting Agreement

The Middle East Cooperative Collecting Agreement (MECCA) functions to reduce duplication of and to facilitate access to diverse resources on the Middle East across participating institutions. In its pilot stage, MECCA will focus on cooperative serials dev

Middle East Cooperative Collecting Agreement (MECCA)

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The Middle East Cooperative Collecting Agreement (MECCA) functions to reduce duplication of and to facilitate access to diverse resources from the Middle East across participating institutions. In its current pilot stage, MECCA focuses on cooperative serials development. It draws on the inspiring accomplishments of the South Asia Cooperative Collection Development program (SACOOP) to build a collaboration suitable to the demands and conditions of Middle Eastern Studies and Middle East librarianship. Working with data provided by our institutions, each participant will commit to specific collecting areas to the benefit of the entire group.

Participation in MECCA is understood to complement, rather than replace, efforts undertaken with other cooperative programs, such as the Middle East Materials Project and the Middle East Collection Development Initiative.

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