Thursday, January 22, 2009

Conference: Forming Natural Partnerships: Resource Sharing in a Green World

The 40thth Annual Interlibrary Loan Conference, April 30-May 1, 2009, Estes Park, Colorado!

Want to know how to “go green” in your library? Then THIS is the conference for YOU! In keeping with this year’s theme, we promise a sensational line-up of guest speakers and events, including an ILL End-Users session and a session on “green” ILL practices from the practitioner’s side. We may even throw in some interactive humor, a session designed to help you make the transition to “green” a little less “rocky” and without taking yourself too seriously in the process. Of course, our conference wouldn’t be complete without our OCLC and copyright sessions. Cyril Oberlander, Associate Director at
SUNY Geneseo will provide the keynote address and other nationally recognized guest speakers will round out the sessions.

The two-day conference remains affordable at only $95! Do you think your library can’t afford to send you to this conference? Then YOU may be eligible for our scholarship program. Log on to our conference web site at



for updated conference, scholarship, and hotel information. This year, we’re even providing a blog so that we can be more interactive with the ILL community!

If you have any questions, contact Cynthia Fields / Interlibrary Loan Conference Committee Chair

PH: 303-445-2064 / FAX: 303-445-6303 /
cfields@do.usbr.gov

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