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The Micromedia ProQuest Canadian Curriculum Guide microfiche service makes provincial curriculum documents easily available to students, researchers, publishers, educators, and libraries.

The collection includes all curriculum guides or courses of study, plus selected resource documents, issued by provincial/territorial departments of education. All language editions are included. The annual update, appearing in September of each year, includes all new guides issued in the previous year. Back files are also available.

Each microfiche header displays a unique number, which determines filing order, and may be used for quick location of titles in the paper index. The index is supplied free of charge to subscribers to the microfiche service.

A bilingual paper index which cumulates from 1990 to date, has been prepared to accompany curriculum guide orders. Also, included is a list of contents of the current shipment.

Because of their considerable value as a guide to more than ten years of Canadian curriculum development, these indexes are also available separately.

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