Presentations

OCLC RLP SHARES Sharing Special Collections Working Group Update

OCLC RLP SHARES Sharing Special Collections Working Group Update (video)

By Ralph Baylor, Lesliediana Jones, Brian Miller, Richard Zwiercan, Dennis Massie

In this webinar, members of the SHARES Sharing Special Collections Working Group provide an update on the development of a framework of protocols for the interlending of special collections materials among SHARES libraries.

File: video, 54 minutes   Topics: SHARES, Archives and Special Collections, Research Library Partnership

OCLC RLP SHARES Policy Rethink: Outcomes and Next Steps  (video)

OCLC RLP SHARES Policy Rethink: Outcomes and Next Steps (video)

By Zach Lane, Beth Posner, Dennis Massie

The SHARES resource sharing consortium’s leadership and participants recently concluded a year-long exercise aimed at rethinking SHARES policies and values. The goal of the exercise was to ensure that SHARES remains on track to play a vibrant role in a resource sharing future where the emphasis is always on the patron, and where consortia will increasingly be the venue for the advancement of library collections and services. Learn about the work in this webinar.

File: video, 58 minutes   Topics: SHARES, Research Library Partnership

Resource Sharing of Art Materials: Theory and Practice

Resource Sharing of Art Materials: Theory and Practice

By Dennis Massie

8th International Conference of Art Libraries
Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

Massie describes SHARES and explores the ways art libraries have shared research and materials through SHARES over the years.

File: pptx, 5.3MB   Topics: Resource Sharing, SHARES, Libraries, Archives and Museums

Sharing Special Collections is an Idea Whose Time Has Come

Sharing Special Collections is an Idea Whose Time Has Come (video)

By Dennis Massie, Heidi Nance, Brian Miller

In this webinar, learn how libraries involved in SHARES, the Big Ten Academic Alliance, and the Ivy Plus Libraries have found some solutions to the tricky issues of loaning legacy formats such as a/v, microformat, or curriculum, created some freely available tools, and implemented programs to facilitate the sharing of these rare, and often deeply needed, items.

File: video, 58 minutes   Topics: SHARES, Research Library Partnership