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Welcome New Reciprocal Borrowing Participants

Please join us in welcoming our most recent participants to the Reciprocal Borrowing Program. If you are interested in adding your library to this program, please read and complete the participation agreement available online and send to memberrep@atla.com.

Welcome New Reciprocal Borrowing Participants

Join us in welcoming our newest participants to the Reciprocal Borrowing Program.

Also, the Reciprocal Borrowing website now features a spreadsheet list of participating libraries, in addition to the current map. We hope that this addition will make promoting this program more convenient for you and your patrons.

Welcome New Reciprocal Borrowing Participants

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As of March 2017, the Reciprocal Borrowing Program is two years old, and participation is steadily increasing each month. Please join us in welcoming the member institutions that joined the program in late February and early March.

The Reciprocal Borrowing Program creates an arrangement between participating North American ATLA Institutional Members to grant check-out privileges to each other’s patrons and students. To find a library close to you, please visit the map of participating member libraries.

Welcome New Reciprocal Borrowing Participants

The ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Program continues to grow! Please join us in welcoming the member institutions that joined the program in January and early February. The Reciprocal Borrowing Program creates an arrangement between participating North American ATLA Institutional Members to grant check-out privileges to each other’s patrons and students. To find a library close to you, please visit the map of participating member libraries.

Summary of the ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Virtual Meeting

On November 16, 2016, ATLA held a virtual meeting for current ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing participants and those interested in the program.

During the call, ATLA presented the proposed process for submitting reimbursement requests for lost items, discussed the marketing materials available for participants to use to promote the program to their patrons, and gave participants an opportunity to provide feedback and make suggestions for future improvements. The reimbursement form, marketing materials, and revised participating libraries map can be found on the Reciprocal Borrowing Program site.

ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Program Meeting

On November 16, 2016, at 1:00pm CST we will hold a virtual meeting for current ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing participants and those interested in the program. During the call, we will present the proposed process and form for submitting reimbursement requests for lost items from the insurance fund, discuss the marketing materials available for participants to use to promote the program to their patrons, and provide participants with an opportunity to provide feedback on the program and make suggestions for future improvements.

Meet the September Reciprocal Borrowing Members

The ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Program is growing every month! Please join us in welcoming the member institutions that joined the program in September. The Reciprocal Borrowing Program creates an arrangement between participating North American ATLA Institutional Members to grant check-out privileges to each other’s patrons and students. To find a library close to you, please visit the map of participating member libraries.

Promote the ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Program to New Students

As the new school year begins, we wanted to remind ATLA Institutional Members that they are eligible to participate in the ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Program, an arrangement between participating North American Members to grant check-out privileges to each other’s patrons/students.

It’s as easy as a student walking into a participating library, showing proof of current enrollment at another participating library, and checking out materials based on the library’s local lending policies.

Reciprocal Borrowing Program: New Resources for Students

With over 60 participating libraries throughout the United States and Canada, the ATLA Reciprocal Borrowing Program‘s growth allows our members to meet the needs of their distance education students.

We have created resources for members and their patrons, including posters and bookmarks, to help them access materials from participating libraries. You may download the materials here. We also have a new map of libraries, which provides information on where students may check out materials.

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