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<a href="http://arc.library.carleton.ca/">Archives & Research Collections</a> (ARC) was established in 2008. Its purpose is to serve research, teaching, and learning at <a href="http://www.carleton.ca/">Carleton University</a>.
Located in the <a href="http://library.carleton.ca/">MacOdrum Library</a>, and working within the framework of the Library’s general collections and gifts policies, ARC:
<li>acquires, preserves, and makes available for long-term use its archival and rare books collections holdings;</li>
<li>promotes and encourages the use of its collections;</li>
<li>supports those engaged in research and instruction;</li>
<li>collaborates with other institutions, associations, organizations, and individuals to promote and further the archival profession; and</li>
<li>strives to develop strong specialized research holdings.</li>
ARC actively pursues, acquires, and makes available (regardless of format) archival collections from individuals, associations, and organizations. ARC also provides ongoing practicum education opportunities for students.
Please visit the <a href="http://arc.library.carleton.ca/">Archives & Research Collections</a> website for more information <a href="http://arc.library.carleton.ca/about">about ARC</a> and its <a href="http://arc.library.carleton.ca/services">services</a>.
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Closed Saturday and Sunday.