Internet Archive Joins IDS Project for Interlibrary Loan – Plus More ATG News & Announcements

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Internet Archive Joins IDS Project for Interlibrary Loan

Library Technology Guides reports that “The Internet Archive announced it has joined the The Information Delivery Services Project, a mutually supportive resource-sharing cooperative whose 120 members include public and private academic libraries from across the country. As a member of the IDS Project, the Internet Archive expands its ability to support libraries and library patrons by providing access to two million monographs and three thousand periodicals in its physical collections available for non-returnable interlibrary loan fulfillment…”


Nation’s Oldest African American Producing Theatre and Cultural Arts Center is Donating Archives to Kelvin Smith Library, Case Western Reserve University

According to infoDOCKET Karamu House, the nation’s oldest African American producing theatre and cultural arts center, is donating its archives to Case Western Reserve University. The special collection will be preserved at the Kelvin Smith Library, where the public will be able to access it for research and education…”


Gale Partners with ASECS to provide its North American members access to Eighteenth-Century Collections Online

Also according to Library Technology GuidesGale, … has partnered with the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, the world’s largest organization of eighteenth-century scholars, to provide its North American members[i] with access to Gale’s Eighteenth-Century Collections Online (ECCO). Now ASECS members have access to the most comprehensive online historical archive on the eighteenth-century …”

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