resource sharing

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OCLC ILL Group 12/03/2012 - 3:25pm borrowing, group catalog, ILL, lending, OCLC, resource sharing, WorldCat Tenn-Share's OCLC Interlibrary Loan Group allows you to quickly find other Tenn-Share member libraries to borrow from on OCLC's WorldCat Resource Sharing platform. You can then use custom strings to further narrow down to the libraries nearest you, or other criteria (such as users of the same courier service that your library uses). This also works with the OCLC WorldCat Resource Sharing deflection functionality. The group symbol is TNSH. The group began with about 60 Tennessee libraries who participate in the Tenn-Share discount on FirstSearch. If your library is in the group you...
Interlibrary Loan 12/03/2012 - 3:24pm borrowing, ILL, lending, OCLC, resource sharing, WorldCat In a 2011 Conference breakout session, Tony Melvyn of OCLC spoke about how you can start to offer interlibrary loan to your patrons using WorldCat Resource Sharing. Here are the slides of his presentation.
Nominations due for innovation award 05/17/2012 - 8:05am ILL, resource sharing Tenn-Share affirmed the Rethinking Resource Sharing (RRS) Manifesto in 2010 and invited Anne Beaubien to be the keynote speaker at that year's conference to speak about the priciples of RRS (pdf of presentation slides). It's time to submit nominations for the 2012 RRS Innovation Award which recognizes individuals, library institutions, or consortia involved in an innovation that has gone live since January 2009. The deadline is May 1.
Jack Stacy 10/21/2011 - 12:37pm award, resource sharing Jack Stacy, Coordinator of Bibliographic Services & the Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL), Tennessee State Library & Archives, is the 2003 recipient of the Tennessee Resource Sharing Award, presented at the Tennessee Library Association Conference, March 18, 2004, at the Knoxville Convention Center. Jack's nomination reads: Jack Stacy has served a vital role in resource sharing in Tennessee. He has probably trained more librarians to use TEL than anyone else in the state. As manager of the Impact network, he has helped libraries to provide materials to their patrons from all over the...
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