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Congratulations to Lorette Wilmot Library at Nazareth College, our newest STAR. Well done!
Congratulations to three more STAR libraries – one from Australia and two from the United States…well done! Blue Ridge Community College Collins Library at Baker University La Trobe University
CHICAGO, June 24, 2017 —The Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative has announced that the winner of the 2017 Innovation Award is VIVA, The Virtual Library of Virginia consortium, for its whole e-book interlibrary lending initiative. The consortium was recognized for its … Continue reading
Congratulations to Virginia Commonwealth University/ VCU Libraries!
Congratulations to UNC Charlotte, Atkins Library, our newest STAR!
The Rethinking Resource Sharing (RRS) Innovation Award recognizes and honors an individual or institution for changes they have made to improve users’ access to information through resource sharing in their library, consortium, state, province or country. The purpose of the … Continue reading
Congratulations to: Indiana State University / Cunningham Memorial Library University of Massachusetts, Boston/ Healey Library…“We are currently provide Textbook to faculty and students through ILL. Our department are also involved in OER project. We try to find a way to … Continue reading
Congratulations to the latest STAR libraries…from around the world! AUSTRALIA Harvest Bible College RMIT University Library…”We have a standard 8 week loan policy, however will renew loans upon request if item is not on hold or in high demand. We … Continue reading
Welcome and congratulations to four more STARS! Misericordia University / Mary Kintz Bevevino Library…where “A group of five local libraries, both private and public, have a van that picks up and delivers books and DVDs among us so we do … Continue reading
Acadia University, Vaughan Memorial Library…We have an arrangement with our local public library to exchange books so our patrons can have general reading material. We’ve named it “the Garden of Reading” American College of Education Library