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Interlibrary loan: Marketing the unmarketable, or avoiding the deer in the headlights

by Kris Turner At the last AALL conference, I was fortunate enough to take part in the Future of ILL: A Debate, a program that aligned two groups of librarians against each other, one side feeling ‘warm’ towards ILL and the … Continue reading

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Isn’t interlibrary loan great?

Yes, interlibrary loan (ILL) is great. I’m in an ILL state of mind – NELLCO’s ILL group got together for the first time in a while on Friday. I’ll leave it to the house organ to detail what was discussed, … Continue reading

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