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Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative
Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative
Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative
Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative
Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative
Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative
Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative
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  • 1. Open Discussion: Rethinking Resource Sharing Initiative Tanner Wray, University of Maryland Libraries Beth Posner, Mina Rees Library, CUNY Graduate Center NELINET Annual Resource Sharing Spring Meeting New London, NH June 6, 2008
  • 2. Trends & Users Needs
    • What trends do you see that will have a significant impact on resource sharing and other library services in the next few years?
    • What can libraries do to better understand our user’s needs?
  • 3. Barriers
    • What are some of the barriers that libraries must overcome to move from a library-centric to a more user-centric approach?
    • How can libraries of different types work more closely together to overcome barriers?
  • 4. Solutions
    • What solutions has your library adopted in order to overcome barriers?
    • What steps could libraries take to provide more user-centric services?
  • 5. What Will You Do?
    • Identify 1-2 steps you can take to help move your library toward user-centered resource sharing or other services.
  • 6. What Will You Do?
    • Identify Ways to Reduce Barriers
    • Better Understand Our Users’ Needs
    • Report Our Successes
    • Participate in the dialogue, join the listserv, join a committee
  • 7. Contact Us
    • Tanner Wray, MLS, AHIP Beth Posner
    • Director of Public Services Head of Interlibrary Loan Services
    • University of Maryland Libraries Mina Rees Library
    • McKeldin Library Room 4119 CUNY Graduate Center
    • College Park, MD 20742 USA 365 Fifth Avenue
    • 301-405-9251 New York, NY 10016
    • [email_address] 212-817-7051
    • [email_address]
  • 8.
    • Rethinking Resource Sharing Inspiring Librarians
    • Empowering People
    • http://www.rethinkingresourcesharing.org/

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