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Milne Library Colleagues Launch OASIS  | SUNY Geneseo

Milne Library Colleagues Launch OASIS  | SUNY Geneseo | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
In the growing world of open education resources (OER), SUNY Geneseo’s Milne Library recently developed and launched an innovative new search tool that can access 52 different OER sources that contain more than 150,000 items.

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OASIS - OER search tool
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A borrower and a lender be - Medieval manuscripts blog

A borrower and a lender be - Medieval manuscripts blog | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
You may have noticed the recent trend to commemorate things with their own day or week. Perhaps you missed International Bagpipe Day (10 March — put a note in your diaries for 2018) but some people may have remembered to celebrate National Badger Day last Friday. Certain of thes
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Historic Alaska newspapers are being posted online

Historic Alaska newspapers are being posted online | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
Staff from Alaska's State Libraries, Archives and Museums is working to digitize historic newspapers to be posted online. The first batch was posted in August -- about 100,000 pages and more are on the way.
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Reminder - Searching is a Thinking Skill

Reminder - Searching is a Thinking Skill | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
Have you ever had a conversation with a student that went like this? Student : “Mr. Byrne, Google has nothing on my topic.” Mr
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think about those search terms
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ILL and reciprocal lending survey / 2013

Illinois State Library ILL and reciprocal lending survey / 2013

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returnable / non-returnable

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ABC-CLIO - ODLIS — Online Dictionary for Library and Information Science

ABC-CLIO - ODLIS — Online Dictionary for Library and Information Science | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
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more general than ILL

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Bibliotank

Bibliotank | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
"Ellos (los/as bibliotecarios/as) son subversivos. Tu crees que ellos estan solo hay, sentados en su escritorio, tranquilos y todas esas cosas. Ellos están planificando una revolución, hombre. No te...
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Ode to Library Holds: On the Convenience of Holds and Interlibrary Loans

Ode to Library Holds: On the Convenience of Holds and Interlibrary Loans | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
A reader muses on library holds and interlibrary loans, which make books more accessible and their patrons' reading lives more convenient.
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Exxon “misled the public” on climate change, conclude Harvard researchers

Exxon “misled the public” on climate change, conclude Harvard researchers | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
“Read all of these documents and make up your own mind,” ExxonMobil said.
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"The researchers also note that to find all of ExxonMobil’s scientific climate studies, they required access to Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology libraries, as well as international interlibrary loans—a level of research support that a layperson would not generally have."
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How is Technology Revolutionizing Campus Libraries?

How is Technology Revolutionizing Campus Libraries? | Interlibrary Loan Jargon | Scoop.it
Technology impacts the ways in which teachers – whether elementary, secondary, or post-secondary – present information and assess student learning and capabilities in the classroom.  And students use technology to change the way they learn and communicate in return.  It stands to reason, therefore, that libraries should also grow and change with the influx and prevalence of technology in education.  Technology is a powerful force in education.  Here are five key ways it continues to revolutionize learning experiences in libraries: It’s not just about the books! The first (and arguably most significant) way that technology has impacted libraries is that …
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Glossary of Resource Sharing Terms « KYVL Resource Sharing

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