You are invited to attend a joint meeting of the ACRL/NY Resource Sharing Discussion Group and the WALDO Technical Services Committee:
When: Thursday, April 7, 2011 9:30 – 11:30 am
Where: St. John’s Manhattan Campus
101 Murray Street
New York, NY 10007
Directions can be found at: http://www.stjohns.edu/about/
Photo ID is required to enter the building.
The topic will be:
The IDS Project: Effective resource sharing based on community, innovation and excellence.
Speakers: Ed Rivenburgh, IDS Project Director; Tim Bowersox, Coordinator of Mentors & Training; Kevin Reiss, University Systems Librarian @ CUNY's Office of Library Services.
The IDS Project is a unique cooperative of 62 academic and research libraries throughout New York. Going beyond reciprocal resource sharing, the IDS Project has become renowned for its open source software, ILLiad enhancements, and mutually supportive community based on best practices.
You will learn how the IDS Project is advancing library excellence through the integration of ILL and Acquisitions/Collection Development operations (GIST); an unmediated ILL article request system (ALIAS); a powerful resource sharing based search engine (IDS Search); real time monitoring system of all borrowing and lending transactions (TPAM); the Workflow Toolkit; a Mentoring Program; and an exciting, low-cost annual conference. Further information can be found at: http://www.idsproject.org/
There will be plenty of time for Q & A during and after the presentation.
This meeting is open to members of ACRL/NY and WALDO. Refreshments will be served. You may find information on becoming a member of ACRL/NY at: http://www.acrlny.org/