Reminder: Feedback Sought for Revisions to IFLA Interlibrary Loan GuidelinesJune 22, 2017
(via Seangill Peter Bae, Princeton University)
The IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section Standing Committee is revising the International Resource Sharing and Document Delivery: Principles and Guidelines for Procedure. The document was last revised in 2009, and we believe it is the time to review the contents to reflect the current international or global resource-sharing landscape. As the first step of the revision process, we wish to ask your comments and suggestions on the current version of the document. To facilitate the process, we have prepared an online survey form in which you can provide us your thoughts, section by section. The form is available here, until Friday, June 30.
Once the committee collects the suggestions, we will work on a draft of revised guidelines and later we will have a second public survey on the draft. Please feel free to the Information Coordinator or the Standing Committee members, if you have any question or concerns on the Guidelines. In addition, if the online survey form does not work with you, you can always send us your comments via e-mail.