The presentation shows how social media can be used to market a library. Livingston Lord Library of MSU, Moorhead used Facebook to share renovation updates, a blog to share important news and collection information, and a chat function on their website to communicate with patrons.
Topics discussed include sending out an ILL survey to learn about the consortium's ILL operations, reviewing the ILL Policy, updating lists, and elections. Motion passed: The updated ILL Policy was approved and sent to the User Council and Executive Committee for review.
Agenda items include sessions on training and supervising library student workers, Aleph booking, delivering articles electronically, dealing with overdue and lost ILL requests, and copyright issues in public services.
Topics discussed include updating the ILL Policy, direct borrowing and courier services, and elections: Craig Larson (North Hennepin Community College) agreed to extend his term to 2015. Peter Jarnstrom was elected by vote to serve again (with the stipulation that this will be his last term).
The presentation covered a variety of topics related to ILL. Topics of discussion include ILL70 patron link removal, Intransit for ILL and Circulation, adding page numbers to lending slips, displaying circulation notes, and OCLC Direct Request.
The presentation covers how Circulation and ILL work together to deal with overdue and lost items, as well as the responsibilities of the borrowing and lending libraries. It also describes how to update the status of overdue and lost items online.
Agenda items include sessions on creating collective knowledge resources, updating the Consortium Circulation Policy, using Google Docs for record keeping in Traditional and Electronic Reserves, and training Circulation and ILL student employees.
The presentation covered a variety of topics relating to ILL. Discussions points included e-books, ILL functionality in the next ILS, ILL services for distance and online patrons, locally owned requests, frequently requested titles through ILL, cooperative collection development, and borrowing filled and unfilled requests.
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