Musacchio Presents at Great Lakes Resource Sharing Conference

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

August 12, 2016

Amanda Musacchio, Resource Sharing Specialist at the Reaching Across Illinois Library System, presented at the 2016 Great Lakes Resource Sharing Conference. This year’s gathering took place from June 9 to June 10 in Indianapolis. The purpose of the conference is to train resource-sharing divisions from across the Midwest, exchange ideas for collaboration, and keep up-to-date with the latest trends in resource-sharing tools and practices. Musacchio’s presentation, titled “Introducing the Rethinking RUSA STARS Resource Sharing Checklist Version 2: How Your Library Can Become a STAR!”, discussed the recent changes to the Checklist and the process by which all types of libraries, including academic ones, can earn “STAR” status . Attendees also learned how their libraries can use the guidelines outlined in the STAR Checklist to improve resource-sharing services, while reducing costs.

To see the full list of presentations, go here. Also, RAILS Associate Executive Director Jane Plass served on the conference planning committee.

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