Interlibrary Loan Workshops Archive
9th Interlibrary Loan Workshop, October 9, 2009, Austin, Texas
8th Interlibrary Loan Workshop, February 15, 2008, Austin, Texas
7th Interlibrary Loan Workshop, September 29, 2006, Austin, Texas
6th Interlibrary Loan Workshop, February 18, 2005, Dallas, Texas
5th Interlibrary Loan Workshop November 22, 2002 Dallas, Texas
4th Interlibrary Loan Workshop June 1, 2001 Dallas, Texas
3rd Annual Interlibrary Loan Workshop, November 19, 1999
2nd Annual Interlibrary Loan Workshop, June 5, 1998
1st Annual Interlibrary Loan Workshop, 1997
"Discover the New World of Interlibrary Loan"
Mark your calendars for the 9th TexShare ILL Workshop, on
October 9, 2009.
The Workshop will be held at the DoubleTree Hotel Austin
6505 IH-35 North, Austin, TX 78752
We are planning an exciting agenda and hope you can attend.
Also attend one of the pre-workshops the day before on October 8, 2009 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Choose from ILLiad Training, ILL 101, or Clio Training. ILLiad training will be held at the University of Texas - Austin.
We greatly appreciate the help of our sponsors!
Amigos Library Services, Inc. providing Registration help.
Texpress Packages providing Door Prizes
We are experiencing a great deal of change in the workplace as well as the world around us. Joyce Sparks will once again be the keynote speaker and will speak about how to manage change. Anne Beaubien is involved in the Nationwide Rethinking Resource Sharing Group and will be coming to speak to us about changes happening in resource sharing in other states. We will also hear from the ILL Task Force with an update on the ILL changes for the State of Texas. A tentative agenda can be found here.
INTERLIBRARY LOAN DEPARTMENT NOMINATIONS:
At the ILL Workshop, the ILL/Courier Working Group likes to recognize those libraries who you feel have done an outstanding job in interlibrary loan over the past year. Please follow the link below to nominate the library you feel qualifies for the award. You may nominate one library in each category; Academic Library, Public Library, Special Library.
Thanks to the help of our Sponsors, we are able to keep the cost of the ILL Workshop the same as in previous years. For a mere $65 for TexShare members and $75 for out of state attendees, you will receive a continental breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks, a chance to attend stimulating presentations, and an opportunity to meet and greet your resource sharing colleagues. Register for the workshop as well as the pre-workshops here except ILLiad training (see below).
Please register for the ILLiad training separately. The ILLiad training on October 8, 2009 is an additional cost of $110 and registration is done through the Atlas site.
A block of rooms have been set aside at the DoubleTree Inn-Austin, 6505 IH-35 North, Austin, TX 78752. This is a beautiful hotel with many amenities. Registration can be done online. Please include:
Group Name: Texas State Library Conference
Group Code: ILL
SHUTTLE FROM THE AIRPORT:
Shuttle arrangements to the hotel can be made through Super Shuttle.
Pre-Workshops will be held on October 8, 2009 from 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
Click on the pre-workshop that you are interested in for more information.
Clio Training/Usersgroup Meeting
"Deep in the Heart of TexShare"
Thank you to everyone for making the 8th Interlibrary Loan Workshop successful. Special thanks to our Sponsors and Vendors. This was the first time to have Sponsors and Vendors. With their help, we were able to keep the cost of the workshop at a reasonable rate.
Also, thanks so much for the time and effort the ILL/Courier Working Group does for the workshop and throughout the year. Without their help, the workshop would not be possible. The number of participants continues to grow each time. We had the most registered for the workshop than in past years at 143. Three pre-workshops were made available the day before the workshop on a variety of topics were also
Pre-Workshop – February 14, 2008
2:00 – 4:00 - Clio Training - Full
Location - Austin Public Library, Faulk Central Library
Maximum Attendance - 15
Judd Knight from Clio will be here to answer training questions, best tips and practices, etc. Also, meet with other Clio users to share ideas.
Clio Workshop Notes - WORD
Clio List of Support Documents - WORD
Clio Workshop Handout - PDF
2:00 – 4:00 - ILLiad Users Group Meeting
Location - University of Texas - Austin, Flawn Academic Center - FAC 101B
For parking/transportation: http://www.utexas.edu/parking
Tony Melvyn will be here from OCLC to answer training questions, best tips and practices, etc. This will also provide you with a chance to meet and discuss these topics with other ILLiad users as well.
Texas ILLiad Users Group Meeting - PPT
1:00 – 4:00 - ILL 101
Location - State and Local Records Management, 4400 Shoal Creek Blvd., Austin, TX
Maximum Attendance - 30
Training for beginning interlibrary loan staff or anyone wanting to refresh their ILL knowledge. Training will include WorldCat Resource Sharing Training with Tim Prather, Amigos, Courier, Setting ILL policies and more with Kate Cordts, TexNet ILL Manager and Lee Andrew Hilyer, Program Director for Research & Reference Services, University of Houston Libraries.
Interlibrary Loan Workshop Agenda – February 15, 2008
8:00 – 8:45 - Continental Breakfast - Check In and Meet the Vendors
8:45 – 8:55 - Welcome - Peggy Rudd, Executive Director, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
8:55 – 9:00 - Announcements
9:00 - 10:30 - Keynote - Energy, Organization, and Results! - Joyce Sparks, Director Governor's Center for Management Development
Have you noticed things are speeding up in today's workplace? Multi-tasking is a way of life and customer demands are often diverse and complex. This session will explore why things don't get done and identify behaviors that are ineffective and energy draining. You will leave with a toolbox of ideas, strategies, and practices that will assist you in maximizing your energy, setting priorities, organizing your work and achieving the results you want.
Texas Library and Archives Commission Time Management - PPT
10:30 - 10:45 - Break
10:45 - 12:00 - Future of ILL in Texas - Results from the Interlibrary Loan Study - Brenda Bailey-Hainer
and Heather Clark, Bibliographic Center for Research
Overview Presentation - PPT
The full report can be found at the TexShare ILL blog. Your comments related to the study are important to us. Comments can also be entered on this page.
12:00 - 1:00 - Lunch - Sponsored by OCLC.
Meet the Vendors - Please be sure to stop to visit with the vendors. Relais International will have presentation at their booth beginning at 12:30.
1:00 - 1:15 - Libraries of the Year Presentation
1:15 - 1:45 - Free Odyssey Demonstration - Tony Melvyn, OCLC
Odyssey Handout - PPT
1:45 - 2:30 - Electronic Resources - Licensing issues and their relationship to ILL - Russlene Waukenchon, TexShare Database Coordinator; Gary Ives, Assistant Director of Acquisitions & Coordinator of Electronic Resources, Texas A&M University Libraries; Alexia Thompson-Young, Licensing Coordinator, University of Texas Libraries.
Interlibrary Loan Workshop 2007-02-15 - PPT
License Handout - PDF
2:30 - 2:45 - Break
Congratulations to the Libraries voted for Library of the Year!
Academic Library - Baylor University
Public Library - Austin Public Library
Special Library - Texas A&M Medical Sciences Library
Special Recognition to a Library outside of Texas - The Library of Virginia
Special Thank You to our Sponsors:
OCLC will be sponsoring our lunch. Amigos has been a great help handling the registration. Relais International's sponsorship has been a great help.
Silver Sponsors: Texpress Packages sponsored the wonderful door prizes.
Vendors: - The following vendors will have booths set up throughout the day. Please be sure to stop by during breaks to chat with them.
* Relais International - Relais will also have a presentation at their booth at 12:30.
* Indus MIS, Inc.
Bring your Valentine and stay the weekend in Austin.
Mark your calendars for the 7th TexShare Interlibrary Loan Workshop, scheduled for September 29, 2006. By popular demand the workshop will be held, for the first time ever, in Austin.
Also, available for the first this year is ILLiad training to be held September 28, 2006 sponsored by the University of Texas - Austin. See below for details.
AGENDA: With topics such as The Future of Interlibrary Loan (with nationally known speakers), Copyright (with special emphasis on ILL circumstances), and a panel of your peers discussing ILL Best Practices, this workshop will offer something for libraries of all types and sizes.
8:00 – 8:45 AM – Check-In and Continental Breakfast
8:45 – 8:55 AM – Welcome - Peggy Rudd, Executive Director, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
8:55 – 9:00 AM – Announcements and Introductions
9:00 – 9:15 AM – TexShare Department of the Year - Kate Cordts, Co-Chair, ILL/Courier Working Group
Congratulations to the winners of the TexShare Department of the Year!
Public Library Award - Amarillo Public Library
"efficient, generous, follow best practices, all aspects of operation are excellent".
Academic Library Award - Texas A&M - at College Station
They are described as generous, quick and efficient. One of the nominations read: "I can't imagine not having them in the loop".
Special Library Award - Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
"not only generous but kind".
9:15 – 10:15 AM – LoT Update - Kevin Marsh, Developer Networked Services, Texas State Library and Archives Commission
LOT and ILL at LibraryofTexas.org - PPT
10:15 – 10:30 AM – Break
10:30 AM – 12:00 – Future of ILL Panel
+ National Courier Service - Valerie Horton, Executive Director of CliC
Moving Mountains: An Exploration of National Physical Delivery Options - PPT
+ Rethinking Resource Sharing - Gina Persichini, Idaho State Library
Handouts: Charter - WORD GET-IT function - WORD Manifesto for Rethinking Resorce Sharing - WORD
More information: http://www.ala.org/ala/rusa/rusaourassoc/rusasections/stars/
RRS-Texas ILL - PPT
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM – Lunch
1:00 PM – 1:30 PM – WorldCat.org - Ron Glass
1:30 PM – 2:00 PM – OCLC/Amigos Update - Tim Prather, Continuing Education Librarian, Amigos Library Services
Haiku OCLC Update - PPT
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM – Copyright Co-Speakers:
+ Gretchen Hoffman, Past-President, Texas Library Association Attorney at Law, Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P.
+ Georgia Harper, University of Texas System, Office of General Counsel
Scenario ILL for Digital Media - WORD
TSL-ILL - PPT
3:00 PM – 3:15 PM – Break
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM – Tips, Tricks and Best Practices - Submit your tips, trick and best practices - WORD
FEE: For a mere $60 ($75 for out of state attendees), you will receive a continental breakfast, lunch, afternoon snacks, a chance to attend stimulating presentations, and an opportunity to meet and greet your resource sharing colleagues.
Lunch will be Poblano Breast of Chicken: Saut�ed breast of chicken topped with a poblano cream sauce served with spanish rice and black beans. A vegetarian meal is available upon request. Please indicate on the registration form if you would prefer a vegetarian meal.
LOCATION:DoubleTree Inn-Austin, 6505 IH-35 North, Austin, TX 78752. Unfortunately, the rooms at the DoubleTree Inn have been booked at the state rate. Rooms are available at the DoubleTree Inn at their normal rate of $170. Here is a list of nearby hotels that have rooms available at the state rate of $85.00.
ILLiad TRAINING, September 28, 2006: In addition to the ILL Workshop this year, the University of Texas Libraries will host an ILLiad training session, OCLC ILLiad Custom Report Design with Microsoft Office, on September 28, 2006 from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. A box lunch will be included with the registration. Registration for the training can be made through Atlas' site.
Local attractions: http://www.austintexas.org/home/ and http://www.austin-chamber.org/LiveWork/AustinLifestyle/index.html Questions: Questions about the Workshop can be sent to.
9:15 AM - 10:45 AM * Learn the who, what, and how of delivering library service to remote users. The "how" includes a detailed work flow model and a discussion of "smart" shipping systems. Click here for a copy of the "Direct Delivery" presentation.
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM * Join us as Tim Prather and Ron Glass lead us out of the darkness of Passport deprivation and into the light of WorldCat Resource Sharing staff view. Click here for a copy of the "Divine Migration" presentation.
1:45 - 2:30 PM * Did you even know that there was such a thing as a portable scanner you can take to the shelves with you? Here's your chance to hear Cyril Oberlander to tell you all about it and about other ILL services at Portland State. Click here for a copy of the "What's New" presentation.
2:30 - 3:30 PM * In the spirit of Texas-Oklahoma unity, Janet Croft and Molly Murphy from OU travel to Dallas to walk the minefield of sending documents from databases. When can we do it, how do we do it, and will we be sued? Click here for a copy of the "ILL from Electronic Documents" presentation.
3:45 - 4:30 PM * Texas A&M is delivering copies of articles and chapters of books FROM ITS SHELVES to ALL its patrons, no matter where they live. Zheng Ye (Lan) Yang talks about raising the bar for all of us. Click here for a copy of the "Mission Impossible to Mission Possible" presentation.
All this and a trip to Neiman's and you should be set for a spectacular 2005.
"Neither a borrower nor a lender be"-NOT!
is the unofficial motto of the 5th TexShare Interlibrary Loan Workshop, Friday, November 22, 2002. Join your colleagues in Dallas at the Embassy Suites near Love Field for a day of Interlibrary Loan madness.
Florence Mason, a featured speaker, is a library consultant and owner of F. Mason and Associates. Dr. Mason is adjunct faculty at the University of North Texas School of Library and Information Science and is currently conducting a statewide technology assessment survey for the Texas Infrastructure Fund Board on the needs for future technology and technology skills in Texas Public, academic, and school libraries. She is widely published and has made many presentations to library groups, including Interlibrary Loansters.
One goal of the workshop will be to learn what other library consortia are doing. What can TexShare learn from them? What is the future of such agreements? Who will win the ILL Consortial Smackdown between TexShare, OhioLINK, and Minitex? To that end we will have as speakers Anita Cook, Director of Library Systems for OhioLINK and Bill DeJohn, Director, MINITEX Library Information Network. On the local front, Jeff Steely and Ken Carriveau will tell us about many innovative ILL developments at Baylor.
Door prizes. Lunch with your colleagues. A chance to do some Christmas shopping at Neiman's. Mark your calendars for Friday, November 22, 2002.
REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT Registration fee: $50. Light breakfast, mid-morning and afternoon snacks, and lunch are included. Nancy Paine will be handling registration. You don't have to pay when you register, but the payment deadline is November 1, 2002. Payment options are:
- Checks (library or personal) payable to the University of Texas at Austin
- Visa or MasterCard
How to register:
- 1. Register Online--If you register using the online form, please complete the entire form.
- 2. Email to NancyPaine@mail.utexas.edu
- Snail mail to:
Nancy Paine Interlibrary Services-TexShare ILL Workshop The University of Texas at Austin Perry-Castaneda Library, PCL 1.343 21st and Speedway Austin, Texas 78713.
Please include names, job titles, and email addresses for everyone you are registering, plus OCLC symbol and the name and address of your library. Also, please let us know how you intend to pay, by Institution check, Personal Check, or Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard only). Be sure use the complete address given for mail registration. UT is a big place, and it's not hard for mail to get lost.
AGENDA: Fifth Interlibrary Loan Workshop TexShare Interlibrary Loan Working Group Embassy Suites Love Field, Dallas November 22, 2002
8:30-9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00-9:15 Welcome and Introductions Scott Downing, ILL/DE Librarian, TAMU-Commerce (IEA)
9:15-9:30 TexShare ILL Department of the Year Presentation Nancy Paine, ILS Librarian, University of Texas Austin (IXA); Chair, TexShare ILL Working Group
9:30-10:45 "Back to the Basics: Adapting to the New ILL Landscape" Dr. Florence Mason, Owner, F. Mason and Associates; Library Consultant; Author
10:45-11:00 Break 11:00-12:00 "Living at the Cutting Edge: Interlibrary Lending and Other Stories" Anita Cook, Director of Library Systems, OhioLINK
1:15-2:00 "Stop and Go-Managing ILL Traffic" Jeff A. Steeley, Assistant Director for Client Services, Baylor University (IYU) Ken Carriveau, Extended Library Services Librarian, Baylor University (IYU)
2:00-2:30 "Filling from Full Text: Interlibrary Loan Practice and Licensing Language" Alexia Thompson-Young, Licensing Coordinator, University of Texas Libraries (IXA)
2:45-3:00 Door Prizes
3:00-4:00 "Pathways to Collaboration & Resource Sharing in a Constantly Changing Environment" Bill DeJohn, Director, MINITEX Library Information Network
4:00-4:15 Workshop Evaluation
HOTEL: Embassy Suites Love Field, Dallas (a hotel we haven't used before). 3880 West Northwest Hwy Dallas, Texas 75220 State rate will be honored for rooms if you plan to spend a night. Telephone 214 357-4500 or (toll free) 1 800-EMBASSY When you make your reservation, tell them that you are attending the TexShare Interlibrary Loan Workshop and you should get the state rate of $80.00. The hotel has a complimentary shuttle serving Love Field, not DFW Airport. Call Nancy (512 495-4133) or Theresa (512 495-4131) if you have questions about registration or payment or if you want to provide your credit card number.
ANSWERS TO SPECIFIC QUESTIONS WE'VE RECEIVED --The workshop is not restricted to TexShare members or Texas libraries. Ya'll come. --Only a little of the workshop's time is devoted to TexShare issues. Most of the speakers are national figures who will be addressing topics of interest to all of us involved in ILL. --The weather in Dallas on November 22 should be nice. Not too cold, not anything like the heat of the summer.
Many of you remember the three previous TexShare Interlibrary Loan Workshops, when newspaper headlines read, "Interlibrary Loan Librarians Descend on Dallas, Neiman's Shelves Left Bare," and "ILL Librarians Rock West End, Many Bars, Restaurants Forced to Close for Repairs." Well, the dust has settled, improprieties have been forgotten, and most arrest warrants have lapsed, so it is time for TexShare ILL Workshop IV.
Mark your calendars for Friday, June - Register Online
8-8:45 Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:45-9:00 Welcome and Introductions
9-9:15 TexShare ILL Department of the Year Presentation Nancy Paine ILS Librarian University of Texas Austin (IXA)
9:15-10:45 "Challenges to Change: Strategies for Improving ILL/DD Operations" Mary E. Jackson Senior Program Officer for Access Services Association of Research Libraries
11:00-11:30 "Implementing Change on the Run: Life in a TexNet Center" Kate Cordts Interlibrary Loan Manager San Antonio Public Library
11:30-12:00 "Do You Remember the Joy of Sex? Prospero and Electronic Document Delivery" Scott Downing Interlibrary Loan Librarian Texas A&M University-Commerce 12:00-1:00 Lunch (Discussion topics with facilitators at each table.)
1:00-2:00 "Patrons, Programs, and Patience: Changing ILL Processes at the University of Oregon to Unmediated Services" Joanne V. Halgren Head, Interlibrary Loan Department University of Oregon, and recipient of the 2000 Virginia Boucher-OCLC Distinguished ILL Librarian Award.
2:00-3:00 "Individual, Library to Library, and Consortia Best Practices: Improvement of Service Through Better Interlibrary Loan Practice" Lars Leon Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery Librarian University of Kansas Libraries 3:00- 3:10 Door prizes and quick stretch
3:10-3:30 "TexShare Wants Your SOUL; Union Lists for Everyone" Tim Prather Library Liaison Officer AMIGOS Library Services
3:30-4:00 "ILLiad: An ILL Odyssey" Ron Glass Library Services Consultant OCLC Online Computer Library Center
4:00-4:10 Workshop Evaluation
REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT Registration fee: $50 Light breakfast, mid-morning and afternoon snacks, and lunch are included. Nancy Paine will be handling registration. You don't have to pay when you register, but the payment deadline is May 1. Payment options are:
1. Checks (library or personal) payable to the University of Texas at Austin 2. Visa or MasterCard
Register Online--If you register using the online form, please complete the entire form. You can also register by sending an email to NancyPaine@mail.utexas.edu Please include names, job titles, and email addresses for everyone you are registering, and OCLC symbol and the name and address of your library. Also, please let us know how you intend to pay, by Institution check, Personal Check, or Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard)
Mail registration--Nancy Paine, Inter-Library Service-TexShare Workshop, The University of Texas at Austin, Perry-Castaneda Library, 21st and Speedway, PCL 1.343, Austin, Texas 78713.
HOTEL: Radisson Hotel Dallas (same hotel as last time). State rate will be honored. 1893 West Mockingbird Lane (about 1 1/2 miles west of Love Field) Telephone (toll free) 888/588-9846 or 214/634-8850 A block of rooms has been reserved. Tell them that you are attending the TexShare Interlibrary Loan Workshop and you should get the state rate of $70.00. The unreserved rooms from the block of rooms will be released after May 9. The hotel has a complimentary shuttle serving Love Field, not DFW Airport. Call Nancy (512 495-4133) or Lisa (495-4131) if you have questions about registration or payment or if you want to provide your credit card number.
ANSWERS TO SPECIFIC QUESTIONS WE'VE RECEIVED: --The workshop is not restricted to TexShare members or Texas libraries. Ya'll come. --Only a little of the workshop's time is devoted to TexShare issues. Most of the speakers are national figures who will be addressing topics of interest to all of us involved in ILL. --The weather in Dallas on June 1 should be nice. Not cold, not anything like the heat of days to follow.
Other workshop materials and information will be posted here as they become available.
Other workshop materials and information will be posted here as they become available.
TexShare ILL Staffing and Productivity: Survey Results Nancy Payne, ILS Librarian, University of Texas at Austin
Load Leveling Report Rachel Robbins, Access Services Librarian, University of Texas at Austin
The Paperless Office Joe Natale, Access Services Library, Texas Woman's University