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At least since the early 1990s, academic libraries have been merging Circulation and various other related functions into a single department typically labeled “Access Services.” In many cases, however, that merger has proven to be administrative rather than functional, with minimal integration...
In 2007, New York University's Bobst Library assembled a group of staff charged with suggesting improvements to circulation policy. As a result of these efforts many changes were implemented at the beginning of the 2007–2008 academic year, including extended loan periods and the elimination of...
The November 2009 Access Services Conference in Atlanta attracted more than 100 attendees. This article summarizes the conference activities.
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