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Webinar: introduction to CRL

This video is designed to help newly enrolled CRL libraries and faculty make the most of their unlimited access to CRL resources, and also serves as an excellent introduction to CRL for prospective members and newly hired staff.

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today and welcome to the center for research libraries presentation
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introduction to see a real collections and services
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the center for research libraries is a consortium of university college an
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independent research libraries of all sizes
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that community includes academic libraries at major research universities
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such as harvard and yale
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and a four-year colleges such as carlton and oberlin
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sierra also includes independent not academic institutions such as the new
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york public library
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and the newberry library
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most cheryl institutions are located in the united states
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but we have a large representation from canada as well as the university of hong
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kong
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serial holds
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chair collection of five million books journals and archives
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uh... collected over six decades uh... which include primary source materials
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uh... from all over the world
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people of size of a major university library
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cereal is also
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eight collection of communities of interest
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working together to tj preserve and share information about critical an
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at-risk source materials
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in the fields of the humanities sciences and social sciences
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zero is located physically in chicago illinois
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where we maintain
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a close facility
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containing cereals five million volumes
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the upstairs units are climate in temperature controlled to maximize the
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life of the collection
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from which materials can be sent through interlibrary loan or electronic document
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delivery
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this presentation today will cover of writing of subjects related to zero
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including a collection overview
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howdy discovers hero resources to borrow the material
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cereals digital services
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our outreach services and collaborative resource development programs
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how to maximize your membership ids hero as well as other collaborations and
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strategic
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programs of the center
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serial collections
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sarah's collections can be broken into several subject areas of collection
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strengths
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and will cover them here in summary fashion
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and can provide more information on request
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the first subject area will cover arabs newspapers
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tear up meetings one of the largest circulating collections of newspapers in
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the united states
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possessed both in u_s_ general circulation newspapers as well as for
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newspapers
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we've catalogue over sixteen thousand titles in our catalog
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and i will take you to see rose catalogue here to demonstrate
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ways that you can access these materials
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on the right hand side if you click the cat if you click on the catalogue search
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options
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you'll see a tab at the top of that
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specifically for our newspaper collection
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from which you can search by
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uh... or keywords
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or you're able to browse by
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particular country
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or in the case in the united states u_s_ state
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all cereals newspaper collections are catalogued
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uh... and can be accessed
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uh... through sheraz online catalog as well as the i_o_c_ else's worldcat
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database
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cyril meetings more than eight thousand
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foreign newspapers
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for at least types to or
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engages in original microphone of ongoing for a newspaper types
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we also have demand purchase of newspaper back files which we'll talk
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more about later
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cyril also maintain subscriptions to general circulation u_s_ newspapers
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and make it a large collection of back files as well
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cereals journal collection
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is the next section will highlight here
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still maintains more than six thousand current subscriptions
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too infrequently helped cereals from around the world
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zero was designed this component of this collection
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to compliment
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serial numbers on subscription policies
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therefore we collect materials that are not commonly held in an undergraduate or
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even graduate research library
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as such the material tends to be weighted towards forum
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periodicals guy foreign-language periodicals in the sciences and social
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sciences
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as well as our historical back files of trade and industry publications
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an exceptional of our collection will will touch on his the dissertation
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collection
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zero maintains a historical collection
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of more than eight hundred thousand
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format doctoral dissertations and his dissertation submitted to institutions
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outside of the united states and canada
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this collection has recently been completely catalog is and is accessible
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to see or else online catalog
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the coverage of the dissertation spans all degrade use and all subjects
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with particular emphasis on european institutions unhistorical dissertation
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collections
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the collection ranges from
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uh...
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uh... eighteen hundred ford ninety percent of that works for britain from
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nineteen hundred to the present
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serial also acquires on-demand dissertations from institutions
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uh... and has been working collaboratively
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on the digitization of dissertation collection such as with the british
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libraries defense program
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another component of our collection are the foreign documents and archives both
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in print and microphone
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the senate's expected extensive collection of government documents
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span
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uh... the ninety two twenty centuries and include both u_s_ and foreign
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government documents
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we collect materials and microfilm from
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uh... archives such as date the national archives and records as well as the u_k_
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national archives and other forum
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uh... government archives
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we also maintain archives of non-government governmental materials as
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well
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skills extensive collection of state documents include substantial files of
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legislative journals
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administrative and financial reports of major and minor state agencies
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statistical publications and reports of the legislature
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siow collections of u_s_ state documents
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extends through nineteen fifty
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cereals microform sets compliment the government documents archive
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and can be discovered cher's heroes online catalog
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how you can find more information about heroes collections is simple
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we've already shown in the zero catalog
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anton cereals website
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uh... we would like to highlight
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a couple of areas for you to take a look at
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we go back to the main page
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you'll see the collections tab at the top of the website
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and we'll just go briefly to see rose digital collections
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here on this page
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is an aggregation of a variety of different collections
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of cereals materials that have been digitized or for your use
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the main access to all of cereals digital materials us through the zero
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online catalog
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in addition we hold collections of interest to particular scholars uh...
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such as what is seen here the african newspapers which is part of the world
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newspaper archive partnership between serial number libraries and read exit
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division of his back
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some of this material is addition is available for an additional fee
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though the majority of the material isn't here is available to all see
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remembers through our website
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you'll see also listed here
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american periodicals from the center for research libraries brazilian government
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documents
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the digital south asia library
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uh... and the law library microform consortium collection
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anchors you to visit this site for more information
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another part of our website that highlights year-olds collections r_c_a_
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ralph topic guides
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also in the clerk's staff
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here you can see topical listings of cereals subject strengths both
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of our catalog materials as well as some of our on catalog collections
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we have been recently upgrading the topic iced include additional
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information about
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collecting challenges
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and immersion digital resources
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uh... for example of just clicked on medieval studies here a recent updated
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topic on
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we could see in over view of
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the types of materials collected
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as well the strength of cereals on collection
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from here you can click on
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uh... particular subject areas such as
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church archives
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to discover more resources within see ross collection related to these
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particular topics
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now that we've given a very briefly overview of cereals collections and how
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to discover them
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we won out
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proceed to discuss how-to access that material through interlibrary loan or
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document delivery
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iron curtain to both of you if if yours is the part b
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it before the top which use about
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helped borrow
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how we deliver
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one of our best programs that they get the significance of fibers which is
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having their purchase program
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happen access for digital collection of had come over rectitude having
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unit as requested below c l_ c_e_o_ yet i still believe c_r_a_ oven
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we ask you to enter a student of history first
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it within about two times in the way we can
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make certain that you're getting your money's worth out of us
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evolved to this request through our faxes seven seven three nine five five
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nine seven three two
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as well as the
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um... postal service hard copy through the mail likha a a are l four
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or throughout europe he recounted if the diario back b d u
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many of our numbers are viable consortiums that facilitate resource
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sharing
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we have joined many of these consortium such as part of a reach
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racket
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prospector
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or higher wink
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connect the your kid
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so hopefully borrow direct
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we're always willing to explore the possibility adjoining other consortiums
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which will benefit of the misuse of the center in this material
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we have a very gentle slope here for members of three books with liberty
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redial
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the only time you'll hear from buses when i try to
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recall for another member institution
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all of our laws are shipped ups second bigoted every
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for those of the high over you still haven't curtis system
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defer those availability for cali system
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it is our desire to assist our numbers are anyway we possibly can
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for copies
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we use out a c
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they also say that ariel dinar
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and i was always points in only because we are always sending out we'd ever
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reach the
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we could offer you a factory develope the effort actually
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or through the u_s_ mail system
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were able to turn around in a response from
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both requests within twenty four hours
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possible delays could be affected some problem or to fit the mature thrown on
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the shelf
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that a person of our film those articles have awarded to business day turnaround
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time
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that won't talk to you about when the best program so i think here at this and
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for reasons libraries which is arguably a purchase program
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it covers three areas
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archival material
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newspapers
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before a doctoral dissertation
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the debate approaches process if you'd be she did
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by you sitting this entirely our request
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in the way to get expedite that request is by you plenty of barry notes
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pleased purchase
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there is a two thousand dollar libya per page uh... that does not meet part
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institution that these each person he would figure institution
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to get two thousand dollars in the debate purchase program
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before more costly mature overturned the death i think it's a it'd be three
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categories
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debate what did you drive one of our other purchase program said
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very booking should be talking about that in a little while
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fraught high which he recovers mature like the u_s_ national archives or great
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britain public office material
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but i don't know i was limited to just archives of the national government
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word two thousand expanded its program to ucla our concept
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savored every organization institutions
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for newspapers his wanted the best tickled which we are really on what date
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so what does that mean agrees that phrases if
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you are looking for in nineteen sixty five of the new york times with are
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beyond july first nineteen sixty-two for that title
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we would do our best
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to attempt the purchase
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the nineteen fifty five
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new york times for you
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before a doctoral dissertations these additions pages which are outside the
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united states and canada
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and want to get that expedite the request
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we as you look over the in the bar denotes if that holds please purchase
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now there are many institutions that are requiring east right the copyright
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declaration form
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and some other are requesting their old form
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if they want the original signed copies which is
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cambridge hong kong
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they're tested oxford
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if you do not have a copy of t_v_ t_v_ af
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please contact with the with your best to get you are right away
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big at the british leverages a pages and black accessible through their detox
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program
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if there is a call for the vishal stanley
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of the dissertation through equals
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we can see this in this friend request
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once we have the weevil
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for the mitchell scare the convenient for you with the spirits are available
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sierra has contributed to the skating a bizarre pages provided by details
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and i strongly suggest that you take full advantage
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other demand purchase program
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that the digital delivery we are fairly warm water request digitally
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our goal is to provide research and teaching the children the digital format
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making the access of the material board efficient in expedient
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each year we are committed to digitizing over six hundred thousand pages in each
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year we plan to raise the bar
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they had to wait for which we go about selecting with terrific digitization
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widely-used vision delivery
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which is yet to read it to a guy with a request
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the other
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is strategic or plants kenny
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approximately seventy five percent according to the selection
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stems from iran request
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the rebate portis
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comes from plants game
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as you can see
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i keep resource collection includes everything from dissertations the
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government documents we have made available in lecture liberty receptive
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well the medical studies from the nineteenth century as well as public
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help documentation a global territory a colonial governor reports
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art current turnaround time for dessert delivery is five business days
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with a priority question to the sender
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we have the material page
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is being reviewed to see if it meets the criteria for this vacation
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which i could refer to it he promptly
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we will stand not all the hard copy
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but also my perform at as well these includes micro karte
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but as they decided that the material if eligible for digitizing
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the requesting library for the four of the we looked at the field of request
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digitally
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the material is they give the founding
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a delivery date
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it is the fifth birthday need
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receive all fear a real safer for pbf aar for
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elitist also placed on a roll pack for any future use
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the requesting library has been a fortnight email with the you are you
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know
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the update that we all can record keeping her whole discouraged
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with our strategic dislike they should not free it's getting as we call it
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we attempt to identify material which supports undergraduate instruction is
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specific research projects
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we have identified such titles as
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the drawer
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civilian conservation corps papers it faces might be denoble sciences
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art the resource collection can be accessed via the way from our website
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with the material is are the copyright
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the picture was taken to discreet
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was the farmer has
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verify i_d_ address as a valid never institution
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in the paper has agreed to the copyright agreement
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this case will appear
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if the patriot if off-campus
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have proxy
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through their institution
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that was speaking with you quickly
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about reprimand
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this is a totally three program
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for our members
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it ahead since the visibility of the collection
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so that more of the pages will be requested stereo material he provided
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you go use of your sierra membership
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he decreases the accuracy of request expressly those patient initiate the
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request
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we have had university city of harvard in the universe of florida who has shown
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improvement of their fill rate by using our paper record loading program
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as well as consortiums that just or high all the kid prospect
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we have over one point three million records in our catwalk so therefore you
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don't have to uh... download all of them but you might want to due process of
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account on suggest if the newspapers or the dissertation for possibly the
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digital collection
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but once again this is totally free to our members
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if you go to our website
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it click one of the f_-eighteens
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if they have scroll down to the end of the page
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you define what information about reprimand
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now if you possibly have a scholar who is this piece chicago
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day they want to come in to take a look at some of our material
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i'm reading room is accessible
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monday through friday nine o'clock at two o'clock
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by appointment only we ask you to contact us at least three business days
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in advance so we can make certain that the material is here says he does
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circulate to our members
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now if the papers this year's chicago late days just apple but i would do our
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best
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to work with them
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if you could have any problems
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questions
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or cursors
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please don't hesitate to contact me
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or my sister michelle carver
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they are now turning this over to mary wilkie
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as member in the eighties and an outreach services compactor
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i'd work with patrons from remember libraries
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my work falls into the three categories that you see here
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a preference consultation can occur when i am contacted by a librarian
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a professor or student to help them with a question or a problem
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in this example
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as contacted by professor
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who's interested in german colonialism
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and as a result
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as they put with dennis five
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materials in our collection including items in our and had a lot collection
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that might be of interest to her
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and also work with professors who want to incorporate the use of primary source
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material into their courses
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in this example of professor was teaching a store com ethics class
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foreign undergraduates
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for undergraduates every semester
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to use the six day war is the people's whole atlantic teach how historians
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study
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a subject
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intel that point she only was using the ci roussel imposed and the new york
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times
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i made her aware of to english-language newspapers from islamic countries for
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which sql had coverage
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you can read more about this example a she wont this year's primaries
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so its support for teaching
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dan dyer will talk more about the awards later
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and also work with the dennis finding which pieces needed
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to be requested
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oreos in the case for this at acquired
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why serial holds a lot of missionary materials we were weaken our holdings
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for uh... missionary work in korea during the twentieth century
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however i was aware that a marshall had been recently babies
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and out
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covering just this
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topic anti-nuke hear it
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with uh... student who was working on her dissertation
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uh... help
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working with me
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helped at ten oh five which pieces
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from this new sat
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that we could acquire through the demand purchased program that kevin mentioned
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earlier
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this equities nicely into art collections program
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i'm the green navigation bar near the top of our website
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if you called her over collections
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then you'd it from the drop-down menu you with them select collection building
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them from the menu on the left
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and side
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of the screen select cooperative resource development
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you will be taken to a page
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where you will see
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uh... links
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the various programs that i oversee
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him and purchase program the purchase proposal program the shared purchase
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program
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and this guy was access
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it usually we have started offering electronic resource is for those members
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who wish to participate in the individual office
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and this screen you'll see some recent examples
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of uh... items that were purchased through the purchase proposal program
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this program usually deals with more expensive sats
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nominations for this program
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are opium
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they will remain poking through september thirtieth
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sent information about the program including the username password
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two key individuals at remember institutions
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if you're unsure who this person is or haven't received it
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do you ask me after the weapon are about this
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are prob and realize and i members who you are the ones that identified the
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important primary source materials
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here the ones that there are many that
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and you're the ones that will vote and the ballot that goes out this fall
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the sheriff purchase program
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for two thousand levin
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rebound
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resulted in all five items being purchased
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from the panel it
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this program takes place in the spring up every year
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and usually
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all the items are things that were not acquired through the purchase proposal
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program in the fall
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however it came to me
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new items are nominated for that
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it's really a buying club
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the nominating library kicks in some money cyril kicks in some money
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and then the ballot is will contribute i remember ship
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and those who can pledge funds toward the purchase do sell
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uh... i'm often asked does this mean that the items bought this way can't
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only be barrel by those who pledged money
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and the answers now
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their opened
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to the entire membership for years
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as a result of member interesting ralph has started to offer electronic
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resources for purchase
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or license
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for products that they may not have access three their local consortium
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these are the ones that we offered this last spring
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uh... and they'll take on the morning ek continue to be
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very strong
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nominations for future plans can be done
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three of the purchase proposal nomination form
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for any electronic
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serves offer so your elbow also pride and over if you look at me so
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we call this a review and preaching occur will talk more about that later
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the less aspect of my work they want a cobbler
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is working with members on various projects such as the undergraduate
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researched workgroup or berwick for short
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this group is made up with representatives from various year-old
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libraries
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and it's uh... works together trip then if i subjects approx interest especially
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of interest
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chip undergraduates
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materials d_n_c_ subjects could be digitized for youth in classroom or
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research
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topics that we've handled have included
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the ones you see on the screen
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and our most recent one was a clap eration with oberlin college
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with uh... material
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from the thirties
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celeb gyi digital collection
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the most important thing for you to take away from my part but this webinar
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effects ul really wants to work with you if you have a question suggestion or
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thought
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sharat with thoughts
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i'm tired of them out to it will not continue to
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talked about member benefits
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thank you ma'am
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uh...
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if you can see on the on the screen from this stuff up
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harvesting
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member benefits i i just want most of these things have been covered during
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the course of the webinar
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but i do want to inside a couple of them with examples the uh...
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for example the cost avoidance
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uh... bullet point
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uh... example here is a myth
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mid-size west coast school that actually realized several thousand in savings
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by canceling bareback file subscriptions to three international news papers
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since the researchers can rely on c_ r_ o_ for those newspapers and and they
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also came in three days
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the the second sampling
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obvi
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their date bio delivery uh... kevin cover this story about the always want
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to like to emphasize it
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example here is that uh...
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the very large east coast university with excessive holdings that
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sexually one of our biggest customers uh... despite the size of their but
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their holdings
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and uh... the main reason because they're factly discovered they get hard
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copy materials from us in three days when he takes much longer to get the
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same israel's from
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uh... remote library just twenty five thirty miles away from their campus
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so uh...
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sometimes you have to
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think outside the box in order to to realize that
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the value of these benefits
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the uh...
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nowhere to go to the website and have a look at the uh...
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hundred membership
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nenu
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at making most of your membership
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v_c_r_ l
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and the first thing on developed as a c_ r_ l_ connect this is op
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a no-nonsense
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uh... listserv that we send out every couple of weeks of we send out when we
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have enough news to fill it basically
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it every two or three weeks
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and we highly recommend that librarians and faculty sign up for this it keeps
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you up to date on
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still announcements in
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and uh...
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initiatives uh... the kinds of things that you will see in the sierra connect
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our
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uh... imitations and reminders about c_r_ webinars
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uh... we have three different times webinars the one today is a are
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introduction women artists
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convene these mostly for uh... lauren taylor orienting new
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newly enrolled members
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but also good for universities that have
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newly hired library is really hard faculty that they would like to get them
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up to speed
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it's also good for refresher courses uh... for
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uh... folks you know that's a relevant deal with their own for twenty-five
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thirty years but uh...
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maybe don't know about the program we just uh...
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launched two years ago
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uh... the uh... their country and i would have a septic specific and that's
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uh...
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just as it sounds we see r_l_ convenes a eleven are just too
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focuses on
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socks subjects like as you can see on the website they're obvious
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twenty-fourth we have eleven are on
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nearly finished lani resources
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the vast majority of our webinars that we schedule on
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the second wednesday the market two o'clock but because uh...
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we also scheduling of the time so it's nice that
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to have uh... receive that she are up connect to
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he kept it on that
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the other another thing that you get from months iraq connectors
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a link to
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focus on global resources newsletter this is a quarterly mis it functions
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a bit like a uh...
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topic that i did
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graduate this year art collections the shows highlights of
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uh... cyril collections and each of the issues
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at a different
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uh... subject for example we've had issues that
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focus on women's studies with his own immigration selfish a latin america
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religions so
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again this is another thing that you learned through the uh... serial connect
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uh... that one is the
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global resources networks the doings of the fear of the hearing forums
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conferences
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initiatives virginia law actually cover that here in a few minutes but uh...
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fairly new programming
30:53
uh... that supports the expansion have access to international scholarly
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resources
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as mary mentioned and her presentation the property of acquisition inflection
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development
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uh... activities here are also included in the uh... syrup connect so we highly
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recommend it
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that uh...
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you have your folks signed up for this
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so now we will go to uh...
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for the simple thank you
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sql has a number of publicity tools that we are uh... read freely steady although
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we have a glossy brochure that's uh...
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were actually
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updating it right now it will be ready for the new versions of the rate for
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distribution soon but all you need do is just
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called last and i knew
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new members we automatically send them a stash of
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at these brochures are great for handing out
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at factly orientations or uh...
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rua a departmental
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mail boxes there uh... very track given very informative
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uh... we also have a flyer that is recently n_p_f_ form that can be
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reproduce on your
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copier photocopy machine
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and at uh...
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it down
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unit affordable not that you could
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but one of these into the hand of everybody walks into the library if you
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wanted to just that there's a real
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barebone summary of hoopla c_r_ allan park elections in ours
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member benefits
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we also have ah...
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as managed earlier resource com uh... consultations we have web consultations
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you can sit down there were
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it on the phone to talk with one of our web
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uh... librarians and
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will look through your website find waiver weekend at the size zero love
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siege and it just
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contributes to making the most out of your membership
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kevin's spoke earlier about uh... visiting sierra l
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and uh... i can only a few days advance of that move itself
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can be very informative in very memorable experience most people walk
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away
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very happy from zero
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another
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item that's here on the if you go all the way the bottom
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the contact information system dissidence of value system we have
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someone to database that allows us to
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collect contact information for for your library along the collection folks and
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other administrators in
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and
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key players that
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levers and just the celtics
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communication tween
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sterile
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this is safe section also shows you how to
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uh...
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go through the renewal process every
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every year and between nine month of december every year by december thirty
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first each year we expect
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new members if they or dot new members they never that
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wishes to discontinued their i'm trippin need to notify us by december thirty
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first
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and this is the place where you can do it also of
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allows you to do our redoing allowed you to provide the expansion figures that we
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need every year to
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calculate the enterprise care for your
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your membership
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final item that i'll touch on is the primary source of wars and i think you
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need to go back to
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that powerpoint presentation
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that's primary source awards
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is a problem recognizes librarians researchers teachers students and other
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users in the sierra community
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for their uh... innovative use of primary source materials
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the recognition comes in three categories access research and teachings
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they were to allow us to share these innovation reggie's methods that we
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learned from uh...
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folks who've been nominated
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to share that with the rest of the c_ a l_ community which is uh... uh... and
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they're almost always uh...
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very interesting projects and uh...
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methods
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overdevelopment
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and art highlighted in this program
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the there are prices the awardees receive uh... besides the recognition of
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demand they received through c_ r_ l_ media and there is a presentation
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hearings euros annual meeting in april
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fact that the other gift certificate for powell's books
35:44
the nominated as those
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people who dominate
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uh... dividual ortiz
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all receive by uh... and i can't
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denominations accepted online through january thirty first that's at annually
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and fell from nominations are welcome
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uh... everything you need to know about the wards program they noted though the
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worked for a carrier
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the timeline for
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you know the selection process on
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is all content on our website at uh... you can see the you are out there at the
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bottom of page
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are there any questions
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if none of that kind of a projector
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based on
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i want to talk about collaboration for collection development uh...
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it's collaborationist that's why it's areas
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relying on the subject expertise n_c_r_ outnumber institutions has long been an
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important steer l activity
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collaboration occurs among affinity groups interested in particular world
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regions
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including the cooperative conversion projects focuses on africa latin america
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in the middle east
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and among the global resources network language affinity groups such as canard
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for german language materials dynasty to remember like an art stands for but its
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german language
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waist-deep snow for french language materials
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well the identification and dissemination of endangered research
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materials by these groups had previously concentrated on preservation through my
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performs increasingly initiatives are dedicated to digitizing materials
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but well newspaper archive is an example of a collaborative initiative among area
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studies interest groups
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digitizing microfilm holdings a historical regional newspapers at
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various cyril libraries
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distributing the resulting database throughout partnership with relax
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a division of news bank
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charter subscribers pay for the digitization
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while substantial discounted pricing is available to all senior al libraries for
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the modules currently available
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on latin america
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colonial africa in south asia
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and they're currently over three million pages
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stuff content available from these various regions
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uh... all crossed searchable lindy
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newsday
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platform
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funeral beginning partnership last year with l_l_ unseat though my library my
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perform consortium
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pursuing common goals of preserving endangered research materials
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and recognizing the growing importance of historical live reference material
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and social sciences in even humanities research
38:45
the database l of lindsay digital
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was searchable legal documents from the u_s_ in jurisdictions abroad
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is currently available to paul sierra libraries on a trial basis
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and during the coming year inequitable cost-sharing option will be pickles
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sierra on selecting additional digitization of content
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with the guidance of the steering committee
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now we're going to go to the web uh... and look at another aspect of
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collaboration
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um... both at marion time have have preference this
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the global resources forum
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which is an umbrella at uh... term were using
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uh... too
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to describe recesses in activities
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uh... which are building on a tradition of collaboration and consultation
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uh... using member expertise
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we launched this new area of our website this year to bring together references
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to the various activities in resources that we are actively aggregating
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together
39:48
aunty support informs local collection investment decisions at serial libraries
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uh... with mt forum
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strip umbrella at we're offering uh... reference to the serious specialized
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subject weapon art webinars which uh... which uh...
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done had mentioned
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from the subject webinars
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weird generating new topic i it's work elections
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which address not only highlights of our collections about the challenges in
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general of collecting in these areas in the current uh... digital environment
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also we're listing fee
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the webinars
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the webinars themselves generate topic guys
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which art which are reference from this page anna in various subject areas we
40:36
also reference from this webpage profiles of digital repositories and
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aggregators these on our own experiences in uh... diesel certification so here
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you'll find profiles of portico
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and com i'd
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at their state selling
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profile of kochi trust
40:58
um... profile a few of my dissertation publishing
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and apparently in stat of the
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the uh... local resources forum
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resources are reviews
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of various
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specialized research databases
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particularly those which mary mentioned are being offered
41:20
who obtrusive ariel discount licensing cutters are being offered through c_ r_
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l_
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he's reviews government should be
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the on going to build up
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content we we
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create the reviews as we offered the vice that's material
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in during a preview least period for the resource we are actively inviting
41:40
comments assessment from
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earth in members that at cyril institutions who were
41:46
uh... pretty king in the in the various trial assets periods for the resources
41:51
and we expect to keep the reviews uh... continuing with with ongoing comments we
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would like to have descriptions of these cases and uh... other aspects uh...
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built on the initial
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uh... application
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also in the global resources for amd we
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e offer
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reference to resources developed by sea or el four
42:13
uh... tools and resources for analyzing collections
42:18
onto applied to print in digital archiving annisten yes
42:24
in stone
42:25
the clarion city station issue that's been the resources brought together
42:29
under the global resources for a man brown-eyed archie elements in scenario
42:34
strategic objectives let's recognize the critical importance in the current
42:38
economic and technical environment
42:40
i've been able in the serial communities accelerating transition
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from print to digital
42:47
at this point i'd like to tennis that go first to plan finance
42:52
as we invite had actions recollections services
42:58
and thinking there
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uh... now one of the advantages of having an abbreviated session the date
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that we have more time for questions than answers selfish anything
43:07
at the senators textile and thank you thanks more information
43:11
and cedar self and email and any online chat right now or you can also costar
43:17
six and you get time
43:19
and ask the question how do they are a mess it up question asking for more
43:22
clarification on the electronic licensing service and then turn it back
43:25
over to mary
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uh...
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uh... electronic licensing authors
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uh... and most of them have been for purchasing not subscription
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but they came out
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of alice listening to our members saying there's a real need
43:48
for us to stepped in and help them
43:51
uh...
43:52
we started hearing from our member libraries that
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you know
43:58
at their local consortium
44:00
what they did electronic licensing
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on they might be the only library uh... institution in their consortium that
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wanted a particular
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product like making it the modern world are say than americana
44:15
on then we repeatedly began hearing from remembers
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that need
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asking camps email to you something
44:25
and that's what we did we stepped in a couple of years ago and
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tested the waters because
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we wanted to make sure this was something the majority for members
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wanted us to do
44:38
uh...
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weasel wheat technologically uh... start offering we have started offering
44:47
electronic conference for things that complement are supplemented
44:52
our strengths so this will be unlike the times that india offer in fact was
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uh... done last fall for their electronic
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newspaper
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that uh... digital holdings that uh...
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there are kardashian's
45:15
the foreign office files for india pakistan and after that but the rest of
45:20
the title this it's another example
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cereals always been very strong in national archives
45:27
and this material
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has
45:29
offers
45:31
the files from the couple what used to be called record office but now it's
45:36
known as they're not national archives
45:40
in great britain
45:41
um...
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in at the table format
45:44
uh... last year at part one was offered
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this fault we expect at the second part of the montel to come out then we will
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be offering that too
45:56
so not only do we identify things that we know compliment or supplement are own
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strengths we take
46:04
we listened to what you want are suggesting and nominating
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so and
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we've
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we ask you to place nominations in the purchase proposal nomination form
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for any kind of thing u
46:22
might be intrested in having seen ralph
46:26
uh... arranged a consortium offer
46:29
most of the things that we do
46:31
are for purchase
46:33
only those members that are intrested in this
46:37
participate inept but through it we often get tough
46:41
steepest discount possible we osti we have some other questions
46:50
cabin would like to cancer concerning interlibrary loan people thought was
46:55
interesting about
46:57
of borrowing from figure out what i think that's from the member
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institutions
47:02
and i would suggest that you parents had died
47:05
about membership if you have added number if you are already a member
47:09
barings buries the idea to do it if it is a request
47:13
using a policy of the parallel for
47:16
you you're doing it for federal court repair or
47:20
and just a few feet because youth action development
47:24
we will als
47:25
discarding you're bored right away
47:27
the u_s_ for questions should be interested
47:31
of the previous commission is needed to make sure that you think we have
47:34
reviewed the
47:35
because everyday at the end of the institution you uh...
47:39
it which involved any of our material
47:42
nobody's had happy or michael fortier
47:45
as well as as much information as you know i felt say for instance you one of
47:49
the ten years' worth uh... the daily newspaper
47:53
which will probably cover that convention for the real
47:56
we are more than happy to say that to you if you wish
48:00
and i are going to carried that over to mary
48:03
the capital
48:05
okay curry bible graphics like these speakers of recent vintage
48:10
for u_s_ flights that are officially recognized by the american government
48:16
the system uh... why we do
48:19
subscribe to in number of uh...
48:24
u_s_ at miknis papers
48:27
i'm not sure it any of them
48:30
are from trifle
48:33
uh...
48:34
archrival newspapers
48:36
spy selling that case we are not but this is something that if you care to
48:42
female me more about we could examine
48:45
with the future
48:47
uh... and there's another question about
48:50
electronic licensing
48:52
at this timely are not
48:54
purchasing that things that we offer
48:58
access to a retired membership
49:01
uh... quite frankly if we did that that would eliminate our entire collection
49:05
budget
49:06
uh...
49:07
and probably
49:08
still not peanuts access for all hope are two hundred fifty plus the numbers
49:13
uh... we are acting as a go-between to get
49:18
we are acting as a go-between together you a better break
49:22
i do you know that in some cases the breaks that we offered because that the
49:27
numbers we reached
49:29
uh... they've been better than those prices offered
49:34
by other consortiums so we had last year a koppel asking can i split from this to
49:40
that
49:41
and we worked with the vendor to be able to do that
49:45
uh...
49:46
we
49:48
we can help by and
49:50
catalog colette and steel
49:53
but these collections have been
49:57
intel to repeat the question
49:59
uh... how large a star unparalleled portion of the collapse
50:02
since what plants are there for cataloging and the backlog
50:07
in two thousand or two thousand and one zero uh... compacted
50:12
and composed a task force that was actually headed by rostock consent
50:18
to review arpan catalog lection
50:21
it's a very smart card
50:23
buddies it still can be
50:26
it's still there are not all of that uh...
50:29
and a prioritize face wanted
50:33
the thing that
50:34
received the highest priority
50:37
was participation collection which until then was fun catalogued and was about
50:43
eight hundred thousand
50:44
that was our first
50:46
and highest priority
50:48
and we did complete cataloging
50:51
of all the dissertations
50:53
that we have
50:54
uh... and any new ones coming in the door we catalog them
50:58
we are off their word
51:00
then working down the list that was prioritize by this task force
51:06
uh... in some cases
51:10
it's been determined that a finding any
51:13
would be sufficient
51:15
uh... and not
51:17
cataloging of each peace in
51:20
the collection
51:23
down at me i have another question how could we contact for technical support
51:27
when something doesn't work and that's the route catalog
51:31
alone
51:32
capital and said that
51:35
paviter something is not working and united is a collection when you try and
51:39
accessories
51:40
and has suggested you contact the access serves his department
51:44
hdfc area that you you or a seven seven three nine five five four five four five
51:50
access that department and we will gain uh...
51:54
worked with you judy chu access to their vision of connection
51:58
many times it's just that we've been back at the recent act here just that
52:02
yours it could be possible that the picture is trying to access the material
52:07
off-campus which means that they must have proxy through your institution but
52:13
uh... we would love that that helped you out but just contacted
52:20
being and instead another question regarding digital recesses
52:25
uh... there's a question of whether serial numbers are allowed to plaintiffs
52:29
highest of resources
52:31
from within and forced management systems such as backboard
52:34
as far as we now and you can contact kevin if you can't problems and i'll
52:38
refer at on and as far as we're concerned those injuries because the
52:42
resources you can point to you from my guys or conquest management systems on
52:47
would reaching out with are com
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uh...
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directs scanning for patrons we'd use can avert materials which have copyright
52:56
restrictions on capital ready talked about the
52:59
on unki restricted access to the house so of course you would not be
53:03
downloading a privilege to be a list things and they would fall under this
53:06
new restrictions that ending indicator would have been interested
53:12
i wanted to say we've got a question on this is there a process for adding
53:16
gordon eighteen to preach holdings
53:19
uh... i have the contact mary wilkie
53:23
at the end of that this weather marriott c-myc email
53:27
i am the contact for donations
53:29
'cause we actually have to try to stay
53:32
the regular donations and then they're jay star donations
53:35
coming out next year
53:37
if the offer goes to the appropriate people
53:40
i also wanted to stay
53:43
if u
53:44
the footy i'm catalog collection
53:47
ineptly sense something out the door
53:50
we've had a lot
53:52
uh... if you've got questions i'm any of the and catalog
53:56
collections
53:56
contact me
53:58
in my role as memberservices director
54:02
i'm on that one
54:05
and the want contact
54:09
number that i am question about uh...
54:13
something has been at the scene
54:15
it did you find that such a picture of rather have additional copy which you
54:19
can be well if you will give us a call and let us know that the picture is a
54:23
warning the
54:25
but the source of that
54:26
in the fifth false with
54:29
the
54:30
realms of uh... aren't
54:32
digital
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requirements
54:36
we will go ahead induced eyes the material was has returned back to us
54:40
intensity the efficiently u r l
54:44
but at the truth
54:45
they usually takes about five business days to scare most material
54:49
needed also have another question
54:51
ask about the two thousand dollars admit that if a
54:54
uh... if you have five institutions five five members found five pigeons such as
54:58
five fact interest who are wanting something that cost ten thousand dollars
55:02
was the best thing to do there's a good answer for that
55:07
each demand purchase areas the archives the newspaper and the doctoral
55:12
dissertation specifically funded each at the beginning of each year
55:17
uh...
55:18
week filled filled request and a first come first served basis
55:24
if i can be classed for something within five faculty members
55:30
out wanting something that cost ten grand at the beginning of the year
55:34
i am going to say
55:35
now we can't do that
55:36
however if this man since are
55:40
fiscal year ends june thirtieth and aiken clearly state that would be an
55:45
abundance of money
55:47
leftover
55:50
and mike proof that
55:53
because it's first come first serve
55:58
control the stream somehow must stop by and to be honest i've never had a
56:03
request for five teamed up
56:06
we have to be and have request where
56:11
ste chu faculty members have worked on something i needed something
56:15
and it's been over to grant but less than three grand
56:20
that get again depending on the time of the year
56:25
um...
56:29
the time of the equifax how much money flat in there
56:34
uh...
56:38
but
56:42
subject
56:44
if the faculty member from this e-mail member institution one excuse
56:48
cyril pitched or other materials for course how much lead time will be needed
56:52
for setup
56:53
wealthiest again did contact me i'll often worked with people
56:59
actin contacted the day after of course started and fax seven pages of things
57:04
they wanted to teach ties
57:06
to use in that semester
57:09
uh... me
57:11
with that
57:11
lol seven pages for his time frame
57:14
but we worked out something where we were able to do is much as possible
57:20
you keep in mind that we are having several streams
57:23
flow into my kitchen uh... digital production
57:27
natalie and demand
57:29
span standing
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reply just much time as possible but we've realized few professors
57:36
actually
57:37
uh... decide about forces
57:41
at greater than a year round
57:43
so
57:44
we hope it's sooner than the day after the class begins
57:48
uh... some examples of classic governmental archives for which we've
57:53
collected from the man purchases
57:56
whitney c
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is example that pops into my mind
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we've also
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bought any and film this was the film collection
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of historical photographs from
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some library
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freedom in the middle of the so they were historical photographs for the
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middle east
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it was a specific library it was a collection we
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looked at it yet as their archival collections
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um...
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because their accents polls
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any other questions
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ache i cannot
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eventually went off to if you've got i thought if you've got a question to
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contact me
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or if its pilots have been
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because
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we want to hear from you we want to work with you we will do our best to worked
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with you
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and hand-in-hand are presenting and
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carmax candy spring summer extra time
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time at the factory in
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uh... ideal always say that family
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they really want to make the last edited sterile membership
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so contacting
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in fact numbers
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has a great way to do that
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as and attending at these webinars
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how we also have africa coming organized
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and i think that that flag anzio
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hopefully have some subject based webinars like don mentioned coming out
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uh... through a few weeks we have one and we don't use and farm research says
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that jeanne simon in september when we talked about printing digital archiving
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and we've got some questions about that family helped us here at that such as
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well
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but i i i had
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placing here we have that kinda of routes in light of the session actually
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an overall view of the sierra club season services we do it you know um...
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people beginning june if you're in october so active recession again if
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there are people who couldn't make today's session a few better staffed i
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think would be valuable
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i'll make sure that they sign up for the october session and all of these events
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will be lifted on are
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website
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with this question
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uh... online right-wing wanted and
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heal
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sent you that information after that way
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buying a house wanted to c_a_
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at one
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magic make kind except me
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now and i'm very sad and i'm interested and think it's much for joining me now
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i would really appreciate your feedback that they just take a few moments after
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abducted fatter follow-up survey in seven ninety
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as the mentions the presentation will be posted on the events page on our website
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and also on are you teaching on actually there are a lot of presentations archive
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presentations ninety-two channel so
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because i did at uh... scroll down a little bit
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alice's arab website as don mentioned sign up for sale connecting on sopranos
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on face book so again thank you for joining us and have a wonderful
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afternoon

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