We’re pleased to announce that MARC records are now available on Curio.ca.
Going forward, MARC records will be included for all newly-added programming as well as a selection of legacy programs. This new feature will allow Curio.ca programming to become more readily accessible via library catalogues nationwide.
The records can be downloaded individually at the bottom of each program description, below the Subjects line. The full list of available MARC files is updated daily at 8 a.m. and is available here.
Wondering where your favourite News in Review Guide may have disappeared? As of August 22, 2014, the archive of News in Review Guides has moved to a better location. Going forward, each guide can be found under its equivalent News in Review story, just below the video.
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