- thank you for your input. this is an important issue and it will be discussed in Portland. for the short term you can: go to the five branches instituteMessage 1 of 2 , Sep 14, 2007View Sourcethank you for your input. this is an important issue and it will be discussed in Portland. for the short term you can:go to the five branches institute homepate, go to student services, then library. from the library page is a link to the five branches online catalog and web page explore various resources.possible way to assist include-donations of materials from larger libraries to smaller librariesinterlibrary loans between librariesa union list involves several libraries sharing the same online data vendor. more later----- Original Message ----
From: thorns2go <rhawthorne@...>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 6:23:14 AM
Subject: [ccaomlcaom] re: Portland meeting
I am too am working with a small library and the limited budget that
comes with it. I agree with the suggestions of Ewa completely!
I regret not being able to attend the meeting. I am very interested
in any catologing information that has been developed for
TCM/acupuncture collections. This would be very helpful shared
I'm not clear of the logistics required to develope into
unionization. Increased networking and mutual help on common
libraries problems is of great importance and interest here.
I hope this is of use with your Agenda developement.
Rebecca Stansbury, Librarian
American Institute of Alternative Medicine
Phone: 614-825-6255 ext. 231
Email: rhawthorne@aiam. edu
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