If you are looking for an opportunity to share your knowledge of interlibrary loan – what you have accomplished, how you accomplished it, or what you learned along the way – here is your chance! 
 

The Midwest Interlibrary Loan Conference Committee is seeking proposals for 50 minute presentations
(40-45 minutes for the presentation with 5-10 minutes for questions).
The presentations can be about any aspect of interlibrary loan including but not limited to:

  • What is ILL, who uses it, and why?
  • Tips and Tricks for WorldShare, ILLiad, Scanning
  • How does ILL fit into the library's organizational chart?
  • Copyright – any and all topics
  • Charging for ILL and/or cost recovery for ILL
  • How do you deal with overdue ILLs?
  • ILLiad web reports

Fill out the proposal form and submit it by Friday, January 15, 2016 for consideration. The proposals will be blind-peer reviewed and you will be notified of your status by February 5, 2016. All presenters receive a reduced rate to attend the conference!  (See the registration page for pricing)