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Established in 1888, Renouf evolved into North America's leading distributor of governmental and international reports and documents as well as selected publications that focus on providing solutions to improving the economic and social well-being of people around the world. You will find approximately 50,000 publications in our online bookstore and if the report you are looking for is not found, our knowledgeable staff would be pleased to assist you in your search.
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The NORDEN iLibrary was launched last year and as of October 2015, there were more than 800 publications available in READ and PDF formats going back to 2005. Renouf is offering New subscribers a 15% introductory discount for those signing up for a 2016 subscription. Please contact us if you are interested in having a free 30-day trial access period. more...

The Commonwealth iLibrary was launched last year and as of the end of October 2015, there are now more than 600 publications available in READ and PDF formats going back to 2004. Renouf is offering New subscribers a 15% introductory discount for those signing up for a 2016 subscription. Please contact us if you are interested in having a free 30-day trial access period. more...

As of January 1st, 2015, the IMF eLibrary collection will be offered as a single configuration called "eLibrary Complete" at a 70% savings compared to the 2014 eLibrary subscription prices. The collection consists of a growing list of over 15,000 publications and represents outstanding value for the money. more...

The OECD iLibrary 2015 subscription prices have been updated on our site and Renouf is in a position to offer New subscribers consortia discounts ranging from 30 to 90 per cent. The OECD offers one of the most flexible pricing plans for they base it on expected usage, and we would be pleased to provide you with a quote or set you up for a free 30-day trial access period. more...

The World Bank 2015 eLibrary consortia prices have been updated on the website and Renouf is currently offering a 15% discount to its subscribers. We are looking to add 4 New members so that we will be in a position to pass along a 20% discount to all of our members. more...

The UNWTO offers unique pricing for academic institutions who offer Hospitality and Tourism courses. For example, you can purchase the Elibrary Tourism Factbook and provide the students and faculty in that particular department access to their statistical database at a discounted price. more...

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UNESCO Science Report: Towards 2030


There are fewer grounds today than in the past to deplore a North-South divide in research and innovation. This is one of the key findings of the UNESCO Science Report: towards 2030. more...
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Journalism at Risk


Is journalism under threat? The image of journalists, as helmeted war correspondents protected by bullet-proof vests and armed only with cameras and microphones, springs to mind. more...

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Yearbook of the United Nations 2011: Volume 65


With its comprehensive coverage of political and security matters, human rights issues, economic and social questions, legal issues, and institutional, administrative and budgetary matters, the Yearbook of the United Nations stands as the most authoritative reference work on the activities and concerns of the Organization. more...
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Why International Documents?
In a recent webinar covering strategies to teach those who are new to intergovernmental information, Brett Cloyd mentioned that he uses an article written by Jim Church as one of his tools. We thought that it would be of interest to those new to this area of research so we have posted his article, Why International Documents?, that appeared in the Spring 2009 issue of DttP Documents to the People and hope that you find it to be informative.
"Using ACRL's New Framework for Information Literacy to Explore Teaching Strategies for Intergovernmental Information" Webinar June 10, 2015
Brett Cloyd, Reference and Government Information Librarian at the University of Iowa and Devika Levy, Sales and Outreach Manager at World Bank Publications, hosted a webinar covering the six frames in the ACRL Framework identify knowledge practices and dispositions that may be helpful when you introduce intergovernmental information to campus learners. more ...
World Bank's eLibrary Given High Marks in Recent Review
In a recent review appearing in Against the Grain, Brandon James Lewter, College of Charleston states that "Any library, public or academic, with patrons who have a need to research the most current news, economics, and business trends from around the world would greatly benefit from the World Bank eLibrary." Read the full article Here.
Renouf is currently offering a 15% consortia discount on the World Bank's eLibrary and if you are interested in learning more about the product please proceed Here
OECD's Communications Outlook to be Replaced by the Digital Economy Outlook
The OECD will be launching a new bi-annual publication called the Digital Economy Outlook. This book will provide an integrated analysis of trends, indicators and policy developments in the expanding digital economy. It brings together the former Communications Outlook and Internet Economy to better reflect the increasing convergence that takes place at and in between the infrastructure and the application layers. more...
Asian Development Bank Adopts Open Access Policy for its Development Research
On February 12th, the ADB launched their new open access website with the adoption of more liberal terms of use for their copyrighted knowledge products. The plan is to make all of its economic and development research on Asia and Pacific available. more...
United Nations Wants to Know What Matters Most to You
The UN is working with governments everywhere to define the next global agenda to address extreme poverty and preserve the planet. For the first time they are inviting people from around the world to have a direct say in shaping a better world. more...
World Water Day 2015 Focuses on 'Water and Sustainable Development'
World Water Day is celebrated on March 22nd every year. It's a day to make a difference for the members of the global population who suffer from water related issues and a day to prepare for how we manage water in the future. more...
Key World Development Indicators added to World Bank eLibrary
The World Bank is excited to start the New Year with the first phase of the integration of data from the World Development Indicators (WDI) into the eLibrary. more...
The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) Expands its Publishing Program
In a time where we have become accustomed to announcing the downsizing or closure of publishing programs, we at Renouf are pleased to announce that CIGI is in the process of expanding its program. They have or will shortly release several new publications that we think you would be interested in. more...
OECD Publishing to be Commended for its Efforts to Assist IGO Counterparts
The launch of the Commonwealth iLibrary in September is what is hoped to be the first of many IGO's publications to find a home on the OECD's iLibrary platform. At the sales conference held at the Frankfurt Book Fair in October, the OECD distributors were provided with an overview of what to expect going forward. more...
United Nations University Press Officially Closes its Doors
United Nations University announced the closing of its publishing division. The last publication was released in March of 2014 and the division is no longer accepting manuscripts nor will it be providing reprints of past volumes. more...
United Nations Publishing Program is Getting Back on Track
Earlier this year we reported the many problems that the UN Publications Division encountered, which included the flooding of their printing facilities when hurricane Sandy hit. It took some time but they have signed an agreement with a private printer and we are now receiving a number of publications that were delayed due to the untimely events. more...