2020 OCLC Resource Sharing Conference
Join OCLC in San Antonio, Texas, US, for the annual OCLC Resource Sharing Conference.
Join us in San Antonio for this premier resource sharing event.
OCLC invites all ILL professionals to San Antonio, Texas, US, to share the latest in resource sharing, including innovative approaches to patron service and interlibrary loan workflows.
At RSC19, more than 330 library leaders and staff participated—representing the United States, Canada, and Great Britain.
Join us at this year’s conference to find ways to improve operational efficiency, save time, and better connect end users to the information they need. It’s a unique opportunity to interact with a very knowledgeable community of ILL professionals.
Conference fees include:
- Access to all conference sessions and programs
- Access to the ILL 101 preconference (separate registration required)
- Tuesday evening Early Arriver's reception
- Breakfast and lunch on Wednesday and Thursday
- Wednesday dinner event at the Southwest School of Art, Coates Chapel and Courtyard
All times local (CDT)
Tuesday, March 17
- 1:00–4:30 pm Preconference: ILL 101
- 6:00–7:00 pm Early Arriver's reception
Wednesday, March 18
- 7:30 am–4:00 pm Conference programming
- 6:00–8:00 pm Complimentary dinner event
Thursday, March 19
7:30 am–3:00 pm Conference programming
Full agenda will be available in Winter 2019. Watch highlights from RSC19
Preconference: ILL 101
Join the IDS Project on Tuesday, March 17, for a preconference workshop where seasoned ILL librarians will share their best practices as well as some tips and tricks to get you well on your way with ILL.
About IDS Project
The Information Delivery Services (IDS) Project is a mutually supportive resource-sharing cooperative within New York State whose members include public and private academic libraries, the New York Public Library, and the New York State Library (view a list of current members). The Project is based on a strong sense of community among its members and a unified collection perspective. The major goal of the Project is to continually implement and objectively evaluate innovative resource-sharing strategies, policies, and procedures that will optimize mutual access to the information resources of all IDS Project libraries. Learn more.