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Wednesday, March 14 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
A Tale of Three Projects: Sharing Special Collections Materials via Resource Sharing

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As Resource Sharing operations have grown, modernized, and broadened, libraries are increasingly comfortable loaning legacy formats such as a/v, microformat, curriculum, or other materials. However, sharing of Special Collections materials via Resource Sharing remains a challenge for many libraries due to concerns about fragility, rarity, workflow, approval processes, and other issues. Libraries involved in SHARES, the Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA), and the Ivy Plus Libraries have found some solutions to these tricky issues, created some freely-available tools, and implemented programs to facilitate the sharing of these rare, and often deeply needed items. Come hear how we’ve made it work!

Speakers
avatar for Dennis Massie

Dennis Massie

Program Officer, OCLC
Dennis is a program officer for OCLC Research, concentrating primarily on studies and activities involving the sharing of collections.
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Brian Miller

Head, Interlibrary Services, Ohio State University Libraries
Brian Miller has worked in Interlibrary Services at Ohio State since 2005 and served as the 2014-16 Chair of the ALA RUSA STARS Codes, Guidelines, and Technical Standards Committee that revised the Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States. Recently, he has been leading a Big Ten... Read More →
avatar for Heidi Nance

Heidi Nance

Director of Resource Sharing Initiatives, Ivy Plus Libraries
avatar for Michael Overgard

Michael Overgard

Head, Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text & Image, University of Pennsylvania
Mick manages the Penn Libraries’ imaging and digital asset management departments, working to preserve and expand access to special collections through digitization.


Wednesday March 14, 2018 11:30am - 12:30pm
Grand Ballroom 7

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