Purpose – The aim of this paper is to report on conference programs, panel discussions, initiatives, and developments of interest to the resource sharing community. Design/methodology/approach – The report summarizes conference events. Findings – The author reports on relevant sessions held at the specified conference, supplemented by presentations, handouts, meeting minutes, and videos posted online after the conference. Originality/value – The report summarizes conference events addressing all forms and aspects of resource sharing and related subjects such as copyright, licensing, electronic resources, library consortia, and assessment. Issues covered are of interest to resource sharing managers and front line staff around the globe.
Interlending & Document Supply – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 15, 2013
Keywords: American Library Association; RUSA STARS; OCLC; Resource sharing; Copyright; Collection development; Libraries
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