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A Digest of LISTSERVs of Interest to Access Services

A Digest of LISTSERVs of Interest to Access Services Journal of Access Services, 7:181–185, 2010 Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1536-7967 print / 1536-7975 online DOI: 10.1080/15367967.2010.483404 Access Answers A Digest of LISTSERVs of Interest to Access Services FRED W. SMITH, Column Editor Zach S. Henderson Library, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY–MARCH 2010 ILL-L Corinne Nyquist of SUNY, New Paltz, started an interesting discussion of reactions to her list of “Seven Things That Administrators Need to Understand About ILL.” They were: 1. ILL is not going to disappear. 2. ILL is the new Reference. 3. ILL is the best way to learn what patrons want. 4. ILL technology needs to support us, not direct us. 5. ILL must be taught in library school. 6. ILL fair use is not a set of suggestions. 7. ILL requires face-to-face contact. There was agreement that it was a good list. One poster commented that people had thought that with the advent of Google Books, ILL would dis- appear. Another opined that over and over as more and more materials became available online, people predicted the need for ILL would decrease. But it hasn’t happened. Online books can even be said to increase the need http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal Of Access Services Taylor & Francis

A Digest of LISTSERVs of Interest to Access Services

Journal Of Access Services , Volume 7 (3): 5 – Jun 23, 2010
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Journal of Access Services, 7:181–185, 2010 Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1536-7967 print / 1536-7975 online DOI: 10.1080/15367967.2010.483404 Access Answers A Digest of LISTSERVs of Interest to Access Services FRED W. SMITH, Column Editor Zach S. Henderson Library, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY–MARCH 2010 ILL-L Corinne Nyquist of SUNY, New Paltz, started an interesting discussion of reactions to her list of “Seven Things That Administrators Need to Understand About ILL.” They were: 1. ILL is not going to disappear. 2. ILL is the new Reference. 3. ILL is the best way to learn what patrons want. 4. ILL technology needs to support us, not direct us. 5. ILL must be taught in library school. 6. ILL fair use is not a set of suggestions. 7. ILL requires face-to-face contact. There was agreement that it was a good list. One poster commented that people had thought that with the advent of Google Books, ILL would dis- appear. Another opined that over and over as more and more materials became available online, people predicted the need for ILL would decrease. But it hasn’t happened. Online books can even be said to increase the need

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Published: Jun 23, 2010

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