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|Duke University||Head, Access & Delivery Services|
|Mark Canney||Lehigh University||Manager of Library Lending Services|
|University of Chicago||Director of Access Services & Assessment|
|hbz, Cologne||ILS Analyst|
|VZG, Goettingen||ILS Analyst|
|Texas A&M||Director of Public Services|
|Texas A&M||Asst. Director of Public Services|
|Deb Lamb||Cornell University||Assistant Director of HLM, Access and Administration|
|Cammie Wyckoff||Cornell University||Library Administrator III (Library Annex Manager)|
|Caitlin M. Finlay||Cornell University||Head of Interlibrary Services|
|Joanne Leary||Cornell University||Access and Operations Manager|
|Cornell University||Access Services Librarian|
|Lehigh||Head, Access Services|
|David Bottorff||University of Chicago|
Head of Collections Management
|Kathryn Harnish||Leap Forward Library Consulting||Principal Consultant|
Designers and Developers
The Resource Access SIG works with developers to define essential circulation functions: checking out and discharging library materials. Defines patron types, loan types, fines and fees structures, recalls, holds. Defines essential reporting functions. Advises developers on the interactions needed between libraries and other parties necessary for successful sharing of resources, whether through shared consortial collections, interlibrary loan options, or other mechanisms.
See FOLIO Communication Spaces for more details about the project's communication channels.
The Resource Access SIG meets via Zoom on Mondays and Thursdays at 10am CST / 11am EST / 5pm CET. For more details, see the SIG-RA Meeting Tasks and Notes.
For more information about the Resource Access SIG, contact the SIG-RA convener, Andrea Loigman.