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Saint-Jean Library, by service desk
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La Bibliothèque Saint-Jean, située au Campus Saint-Jean de l'Université de l'Alberta, offre une importante collection de documents en français. Sa mission est de desservir les francophones et francophiles de l'Université de l'Alberta et de ses communautés. Ce panorama montre le comptoir de services au centre, avec la Salle Durocher (collection de documents historiques) à l'est. À l'ouest se trouvent des postes informatiques; la collection générale est visible à l'arrière-plan.

Copyright: University Of Alberta
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Taken: 23/04/2012
Chargée: 24/04/2012
Mis à jour: 22/04/2014
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