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ILRSRT

Promote the improvement of interlibrary service and cooperation.

What do we do?
The Interlibrary Loan and Resource Sharing Round Table (ILRSRT) works to promote and improve Interlibrary Loan and Resource Sharing service in Texas, and to promote interlibrary cooperation among Texas libraries.

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ILLRSRT @ Annual Conference 2020
Program
     Introducing Project Reshare: An Open Source,  Community-Owned, Resource Sharing Platform
              Tuesday, March 24,   11am-12noon

Business Meeting
            Wednesday, March 25, 11am-12noon

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Volunteer

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Officers

Maria Barker, Chair, 2020-2022

Troy Christenson, Past Chair, 2020-2022

Amanda Renevier, Secretary-Treasurer, 2019-2023

Kristin Fance, Councilor, 2019-2023

Terry Young, Webmaster, 2019-2023

Shirley Robinson, TLA Exec. Dir. , 2020-2025

Procedures & Minutes

ILLRSRT Operating Procedures

2019
Business Meeting Agenda
Annual Conference Minutes 
Annual Assembly Agenda
Annual Assembly Minutes

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