This month’s meeting topic: Cross-Training for ILL
Join us for the next Resource Sharing SIG, in-person at Southeastern’s office! The topic for this SIG is cross-training. Cross-training is the process of training staff in other areas of the library so they can provide coverage when needed. The SIG will include a 20 minute presentation by Kirsten Williams, Resource Sharing and Cataloging Librarian at the University of Southern Indiana, who will share her experiences and strategies cross-training staff in inter-library loan duties. We will follow up with group discussions centered on this topic.
This SIG provides a friendly space for resource sharing professionals to meet, discuss workflows, and share resources.
The Resource Sharing Special Interest Group (SIG) meets to discuss issues of Interlibrary Loan, delivery, union catalogs, and other related topics. The members of the group are a mix of full-time and part-time, degreed and non-degreed librarians, and come from all library types.
This time, we will be meeting in person on location at Southeastern NY Library Resources Council.
Registration for this event is free and open to all.