Don't miss your opportunity to attend a webinar of one of the most attended sessions at the recent OCLC Resource Sharing Conference. Ohio State University and Georgetown University decided to use a new approach to review their ILL borrowing activity. That led them to come up with new methods of ensuring they are complying with copyright law. Additional information on the May 22 webinar:
Many libraries follow CONTU guidelines to define what constitutes a “substitute for a subscription” under Copyright Law when filling borrowing copy requests for their users. Learn how Georgetown University Library and Ohio State University Libraries developed and implemented their own policies to conform with section 108 of Copyright Law. Wednesday, 22 May at 3 pm EDT /2 pm CDT—Register now!
Brian Miller, Head, Interlibrary Services, Ohio State University Libraries
Amanda Rudd, ILL Services Supervisor, Georgetown University Library