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interlibrary loan

Weeding isn't just about books
October, 2015

Interlibrary loan update
October, 2015

New systems for the South Dakota State Library
September, 2015

Who is IMLS?
September 2015

Using HathiTrust for research
August, 2015

Board Talk: Who is IMLS?
June/July 2015

What's in your interlibrary loan policy?
June/July 2015

Asst. State Librarian for Access Services, Colleen Kirby retires
March, 2015

Welcome Sarah White to SDSLIntroduction: Sarah White
March, 2015

Interlibrary Loan - questions and answers
February, 2015

"What's Next?"
September, 2014

Interlibrary Loan: remember two good rules of thumb
August, 2014

The life cycle of a consortium
June/ July, 2014

How to automate a library one step at a time: planning, selecting, implementing
June/ July, 2014

Interlibrary loan - more helpful hints
December, 2013/ January, 2014

Interlibrary Loan -- Helpful Hints
October, 2013

New procedures for school library ILL statistics begin now
September, 2012

RACE webinars and more continuing education opportunities.
August, 2012

Everything school libraries need to know about ILL
June/July, 2012

Attention public library boards and directors: relax, recharge, reconnect and MORE!
May, 2012

New procedures for public library interlibrary loan statistics begin now
January, 2012

New procedures for interlibrary loan statistics begin in January 2012
November/December, 2011

Changes in ILL
September, 2011

SDSL Collection Highlights: Sitting Bull
October, 2010

In Focus: Emma Curtis
July, 2010
Meet the Interlibrary Loan/Circulation Technician at the State Library

In Focus: Bell Jacobsen
June, 2010
Meet the Interlibrary Loan/Circulation/Mailroom Coordinator at the State Library






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