Resources & Technical Services Forum (RTSF)

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Rudolph Host III is the Recipient of the 2021 TBS, Inc. Technical Services Award.
September 13, 2021
Rudolph (Rudy) Host III, Systems Engineer and Network Administrator for SWAN, is the recipient of the 2021 TBS, Inc. Technical Services Award. This annual award, presented by ILA’s Resources and Technical Services Forum and sponsored by Today&#…
Forum Spotlight from the ILA Alert
January 28, 2021
The Resources and Technical Services Forum (RTSF) provides networking and continuing education opportunities for library workers who specialize in cataloging, acquisitions, collection management, and collection development. Over the last se…
Natalie Hall is the Recipient of the 2020 TBS, Inc. Technical Services Award
October 1, 2020
Natalie Hall, Technical Services Coordinator at Moraine Valley Community College Library, is the recipient of the 2020 TBS, Inc. Technical Services Award. This annual award, presented by ILA’s Resources and Technical Services Forum and sponsore…

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  1. Joy Anhalt Joy Anhalt, Manager Technical Services Manager at Tinley Park Public Library
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