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  • Interlibrary Services | Cornell University Library
    directly by the library patron Registration is not required There is no fee for this service Interlibrary Loan Items not owned by Cornell may be borrowed or a photocopy may be obtained from outside institutions Choose the unit Olin Mann Law Geneva Veterinary Library which best suits your needs A one time registration is required The unit you select during your initial registration will be the pick up location for all material borrowed on Interlibrary Loan There is no fee for this service Document Delivery Document Delivery is an electronic document delivery service offered by Cornell University Library Faculty staff and students may request copies of journal articles book chapters and other materials located in the print collection of the Cornell University Libraries Documents will be scanned and made available on the web as PDF files There may be a fee for this service Lending Cornell Material Outside Cornell Material held by Cornell University Library may be requested by institutions and individuals not affiliated with Cornell Lending Cornell Material via OCLC Cornell University is a supplier in OCLC All requests made to Cornell University for loan of materials can be sent to the symbol COO in OCLC If you are able to request by this method we will not accept requests in any other form from your library All OCLC requests initially go to the Olin unit and are routed as necessary OCLC users should consult the OCLC Policies Directory for fees and lending policies login required Cornell has consortial arrangements with the following RLG SCRLC SUNY Mann Vet and Geneva RAPID articles only requested through the RAPID system NELLCO Law Lending Cornell Material to Businesses Individuals and Non Networked Institutions If you are a business institution or an individual and do not have access to OCLC you may borrow

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/aboutus/inside/depts/ils (2013-12-09)
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  • Cornell University Library Administrative Operations

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    Original URL path: /Adminops/ (2013-12-09)


  • Cornell University Department of Preservation and Conservation Home Page
    was established in its present form in August 1985 with the appointment of the Cornell University Library s first preservation and conservation librarian John F Dean The New York State landmark Library Omnibus legislation of 1984 Chapter 917 provided for the designation and funding of eleven comprehensive research libraries to establish and maintain preservation programs The eleven research libraries Columbia Cornell Rochester Syracuse New York Public Library New York University New York State Library State University of New York Albany Binghamton Buffalo and Stony Brook initially received an annual award of 90 000 later growing incrementally to its current 126 000 Each of the Eleven Comprehensive Research Libraries must submit a Five Year plan to the State with the most recent being for the period 2005 2010 The Cornell program grew rapidly with the early appointments of a Conservation Reference Liaison Librarian quickly followed by a book conservator and a paper conservator Timely grant awards from the Mellon Foundation and New York State provided some of the impetus and allowed the establishment of a well equipped conservation facility Radical changes in the University Library s periodical binding styles and organization of new acquisitions helped to streamline existing operations and enable the re allocation of funds for program development In July 2002 the Department of Preservation and Collection Maintenance was established with the creation of Instruction Research and Information Services IRIS now Public Services and Assessment PSA and the merging of preservation and collection management adding responsibility for all stacks maintenance microforms and newspapers serials management maps and Media With the exception of the Paper Conservation unit located in the Library Annex all operations are located in Olin Library For more information or if you have questions please write to conservation cornell edu Announcements Notable Projects Cornell Book Arts Club The

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/preservation/ (2013-12-09)
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  • Preservation & Conservation Services | Cornell University Library
    My Account Ask a Librarian Search Course Help Research Help Library Services Requests Preservation Conservation Services Home Please visit our new site at https confluence cornell edu display prescon Home Send Feedback CU Info CU Home Privacy Text only Search

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/Preservation_Conservation (2013-12-09)
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  • Teaching, Research, Outreach, and Learning Services | Cornell University Library
    Executive Committee The Public Services Executive Committee PSEC represents the needs of the library user communities to the Library Administration Its responsibility is to coordinate public services activities within CUL recommend policy define goals and objectives related to public services activities and foster responsive and innovative services which may be delivered in person or virtually over the web The Public Services mandate includes areas such as instruction research consultations circulation outreach and public computing PSEC coordinates its activities and collaborates with staff in areas such as Collection Building Information Technology Library Operations and Research and Assessment Each of these subcommittees has its own mission Executive Committee Access Services Committee Address the needs of system wide access services functions circulation interlibrary services document delivery reserves stacks management building coverage and facilities emergency procedures security and billing Develop recommend and implement system wide access services policies procedures and services Respond to ongoing issues that are referred to ASC from PSEC Library Executive Group and other bodies Provide support to PSEC priorities advise PSEC on access services needs and methods Collaborate with other units committees and functional areas to improve expand access services Identify training needs and establish effective programs for access services Promote communication across campus for all access services functions Monitor and promote development of access services within the profession Instruction Committee Provide leadership in maintaining a library wide commitment to effective instruction Ensure that Library instruction is current and compatible with changing educational culture and information trends Promote unified Library instruction goals where appropriate Advise PSEC on appropriate instruction strategies and methods Facilitate or assist with providing educational opportunities for library instructors Carry out specific planning tasks as assigned such as supporting the work of allied initiatives e g information competency and assessment Contribute to overall CUL public services priorities

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/TROLS (2013-12-09)
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  • Nondisclosure Clauses | Cornell University Library
    anticompetitive conduct engaged in by some publishing firms is in part a result of the inclusion of nondisclosure agreements in contracts 1 As Robert Darnton recently noted by keeping the terms secret one library cannot negotiate for cheaper rates by citing an advantage obtained by another library 2 For this reason the International Coalition of Library Consortia s Statement of Current Perspective and Preferred Practices for the Selection and Purchase of Electronic Information states that Non disclosure language should not be required for any licensing agreement particularly language that would preclude library consortia from sharing pricing and other significant terms and conditions with other consortia 3 The more that libraries are able to communicate with one another about vendor offers the better they are able to weigh the costs and benefits of any individual offer An open market will result in better licensing terms Additionally nondisclosure agreements conflict with the needs of CUL librarians and staff to work openly collaboratively and transparently This conflict increases the likelihood that the terms of a nondisclosure agreement would be inadvertently violated posing a threat to the university CUL endorses therefore the position of the Association of Research Libraries that its member libraries should not sign or accept new or revised agreements that include confidentiality or nondisclosure clauses CUL will share upon request information contained in these agreements save for trade secrets or proprietary technical details 4 Most publishers find that non disclosure agreements are not necessary Among the numerous journal and ebook publishers and aggregators whose current contracts with us omit non disclosure clauses are the American Institute of Physics AIP American Physical Society APS ASTM International American Society for Microbiology ASM American Chemical Society ACS Bloomberg Cambridge University Press EBSCO Elsevier IEEE Institute of Physics IOP Knovel Oxford University Press Proquest Sage

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/aboutus/nondisclosure (2013-12-09)
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  • Libraries on the Ithaca Campus | Cornell University Library
    Account Ask a Librarian Search Course Help Research Help Library Services Requests Libraries on the Ithaca Campus Home Accessible alternative to the map Javascript is required to view this map Send Feedback CU Info CU Home Privacy Text only Search

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/map (2013-12-09)
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  • Guest Borrowers | Cornell University Library
    116 Olin to be entered into the library s system Unregistered Grad student completing doctoral degree 200 per semester 4 semesters maximum Apply at Grad School Must meet eligibility requirements see information about options Cornell Alumni 25 month 250 year Government issued picture ID plus one other form of personal identification Ithaca Public School teacher Free Personal identification plus authorization form completed by public school librarian Cornell Affiliate Free Obtain ID card at Day Hall Bring ID to 116 Olin Library to have the record entered into the library s system New York State Resident Free access restricted to contract college libraries Apply at Mann Library for Privilege Card Personal identification Proof of New York State residency SUNY student faculty or staff Free access restricted to contract college libraries Apply at Mann Library for Privilege Card Provide SUNY ID or proof of NYS residency Columbia University students faculty and staff Free Apply for Cornell borrowing privileges 2CUL information Please note that students enrolled at other colleges and universities are not eligible for guest borrowing privileges except as noted below for the SUNY academic community Students at other institutions may borrow Cornell materials through the interlibrary loan services of their college library New York State residents and State University of New York SUNY faculty staff and students are eligible for free borrowing privileges at the contract college libraries Mann Geneva ILR Vet and Entomology Apply at Mann Library New York State residents who wish to borrow from all Cornell libraries should apply as Local Residents fee applies Renewing guest borrowing privileges Guest borrowers who wish to renew their borrowing privileges must do so in person at 116 Olin Library Guest borrowers must resubmit the forms of ID required and update their contact information on file For renewal of contract college Privilege

    Original URL path: http://www.library.cornell.edu/aboutus/visit/priv/guest (2013-12-09)
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