The Virtual Library is a tool that allows archival information and important documents to be organized, conveniently stored, and easily accessed.
What is the Virtual Library?
The Virtual Library is a tool that allows archival information and important documents to be organized, conveniently stored, and easily accessed. The focus of the database collection has been documents related to Aboriginal rights and title with the goal of being able to assist in the research work being done by the Secwepemc communities.
Using records management solution software, the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council (SNTC) started the Virtual Library in an effort to streamline the online storage of important documents and files.
The SNTC Virtual Library was established in July 2008. This database can be accessed remotely by anyone with an assigned log in user name and password. Shuswap Nation Tribal Council manages the Virtual Library and is responsible for maintaining, organizing, uploading documents, and updating the overall Virtual Library and Archives system including review & update of the User list on this online database. SNTC can also teach users how to navigate the site and search for documents.
What will SNTC will provide new users?
- Orientation to the Virtual Library/training sessions
- Instruction in the use of the Virtual Library and its resources
- Assistance in finding the documents to specific research projects
How do I access the Virtual Library?
You will need a username and password which can be provided by contacting Shuswap Nation Tribal Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 778-471-8200.