Join your resource sharing colleagues in Oak Brook, IL on June 8-9 for the 4th Annual Great Lakes Resource Sharing Conference on June 8-9, 2017. Register by May 26 to take advantage of the early registration fee of $95.
This conference is designed to support resource sharing efforts in public and academic libraries throughout the region and offers a cost-effective way to gather ideas for collaboration, marketing, streamlining workflows, and staying on top of changes in resource sharing.
Sessions will include:
· Cross-Training Established Staff in Interlibrary Loan Procedures
· Enriching Your Wealth of Resource by Marketing ILL
· Talk Amongst Yourselves: Improving System-to-System Communication to Speed Request Processing
· People Can Make the Difference: Staff Roles in Resource Marketing and Education
· Trying to Jump-Start Collaborative Collection Development: Finding Simple Methods for Effective Cooperation
Corey Seeman, Director of Kresge Library Services (Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) and manager of A Library Writer’s Blog, will deliver the keynote address: History Has Its Eyes on You: Lighthouses and Libraries Weathering Storms of Change.
To register, or for more information, visit the conference website.
Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois