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WorldShare Interlibrary Loan

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WorldShare Interlibrary Loan: Practical Advice

(streaming video, 15 minutes)
5 September 2013

Lisa Janes, William Smith Morton Library, Union Presbyterian Seminary, shares advice for librarians managing a transition from WorldCat Resource Sharing to WorldShare Interlibrary Loan.

WorldShare Interlibrary Loan: The Challenges

(streaming video, 6 minutes)
September 2013

Rebecca Belcher, Appalachian School of Law Library, shares challenges she addressed in managing her library's transition from WorldCat Resource Sharing to WorldShare Interlibrary Loan.

Taking the Leap to WorldShare

(streaming video, 11 minutes)
February 13, 2014

Leslie Starasta, Information Services Librarian, Lincoln Christian University: “Taking the Leap to WorldShare” shares advice about how to manage a successful transition to WorldShare Interlibrary Loan.

A WorldShare of Opportunity: Using the Change to Make Real Change

(YouTube video, 16 minutes)
March 21, 2014

At Florida State College at Jacksonville, Jennifer Grey viewed the transition to WorldShare Interlibrary Loan as an opportunity to update all of the library's ILL processes. Jennifer shares best practices for adopting WorldShare Interlibrary loan and shares tips for instituting ILL workflow changes.

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Quickly and easily satisfy document requests

Find out how the University of Winchester gained better visibility into and control of interlibrary loan requests.

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Overcome copyright and cost barriers to sharing

Learn how SUB Göttingen saved time and optimised interlibrary loan workflows.

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Bring users resources from across the globe

Find out how the University of Glasgow expanded its reach by providing students with access to worldwide library materials.


Make knowledge visible and available internationally

Learn how the Bavarian State Library provided a more convenient and improved interlibrary loan service.