State of Oregon plan for interlibrary cooperation
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State of Oregon plan for interlibrary cooperation phase I study. [Made for the Oregon State Library Board of Trustees] by Fry Associates International.

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Published by Fry Consultants in [Chicago] .
Written in English



  • Oregon.


  • Library cooperation -- Oregon.

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ContributionsOregon State Library.
LC ClassificationsZ732.O8 F75
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Pagination26 l.
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4697758M
LC Control Number77633766

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The objective of this study was to provide the background necessary for a statewide system of interlibrary cooperation to be developed in a Phase II study. Interviews were held with nearly 70 individuals throughout the state and research was conducted to gather data on Oregon in general, on Oregon libraries, and on examples of interlibrary cooperation in other states. State of Oregon Plan for Interlibrary Cooperation. Phase I Study. Fry Consultants, Inc., Chicago, Spons Agency-Oregon State Library, Salem, Pub Date 1 Mar 68 Notep. Available from-Oregon State Library, State Library Building,Salem, Oregon ($) EDRS Price tir HC-$ Hours of Operation Public Access to Collections: 1 - 4 p.m. (Monday - Friday) Talking Book and Braille Library: 9 a.m. - noon and 1 - 4 p.m. (Monday - Friday). Interlibrary loan (ILL) is available to currently-registered OSU students, current and emeritus faculty, and staff with a valid ONID account. OSU Libraries pay for the cost of providing materials from other libraries; your local public library, however, provides ILL services .

The State of Oregon has initiated a state-wide comprehensive project for developing Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) for each of its counties, municipalities, tribes, and OERS state agencies. For this project, the State of Oregon selected , a web-based planning system designed to assist government organizations in the COOP. ASCLA ICAN (InterLibrary Cooperation & Networking) Collaborative Digitization Interest Group. Collaborative Digitization Group Interest Group for library cooperatives which are combinations, mergers, or contractual associations of one or more types of libraries (academic, public, special, or school) crossing jurisdictional, institutional, or political boundaries, working together to achieve. Full text of "LIBRARY PROGRAMS INTERLIBRARY COOPERATION AND RESOURCE SHARING FISCAL YEAR " See other formats Library Programs Interlibrary Cooperation and Resource Sharing Fiscal Year by Dorothy Kittel Assistant Secretary Library Programs Anne J. Mathews Director Information Services Sharon K, Horn Director December No part of this bill is more . A plan for interlibrary cooperation for the State of Illinois: submitted to Alphonse F. Trezza, director, Illinois State Library by Social, Educational Research and Development [Educational Research and Development, inc Illinois State Library. Social] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : inc Illinois State Library. Social, Educational Research and Development.

Types of cooperation include interlibrary loans, union catalogs, union lists, cooperative bibliographical projects, eral, the plan set up for the system as a whole. Four of these institutions are lo- Outside the state of Oregon, the near-est book concentrations2 are found . Fry Consultants, rm., State of Oregon Plan for interlibrary Cooperation, Phase I Study, Oregon State Library, Salem, OregonTlga. The Phase I study was not designed to produce a system of cooperation. Its objective was to provide the background necessary to properly structure a Phase II study ultimately resulting in a statewide system of interlibrary cooperation which would provide better library . Oregon State Library Senate Bill •State Library Strategic Plan •Public Testimony Appendix State Library Board of Trustees 7 members Library Support and Oregon Talking Book and Braille Library Principal Executive Mgr D .5) Librarian. Family Laws of Oregon This 7” x 9” perfect bound publication includes the Juvenile Code and selected federal laws and state statutes relating to domestic relations, support enforcement and protective proceedings. (All or portions of ORS chapters 7, 14, 18, 24, 25, 30, 33, 36, 40, 44, 45, , , , , A and C.