Relais Discovery to Delivery Resource Sharing Solution Webinar - February 15
Don't forget to sign up for the Discovery to Delivery (D2D) webinar on February 15, 2011. D2D, the latest offering in Relais International's product suite, integrates end user discovery experience for with request management and delivery functions. Based on a modular open approach, a library can further optimize its options by combining the functionality in D2D with other systems and software making D2D the future for resource sharing.
Borrow Direct is Relais first D2D customer. They went “live” in August. Borrow Direct includes University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Brown, Columbia, Yale, Cornell, and Princeton. Five of universities use Voyager and other two use Millennium as their ILS. They have migrated from URSA to Relais D2D. Here is a link to Yale’s web site about Borrow Direct: http://www.library.yale.edu/ill/borrowdirect.html.
In addition to these schools, PALCI (Pennsylvania Academic Library Consortium, Inc.) went live with D2D. They are 50 academic libraries of various sizes with the following ILS systems: TLC, Horizon, Unicorn/Symphony, Millennium, and Voyager. They call their resource sharing system E-ZBorrow (and are migrating from URSA to Relais D2D). Here is a link to the PALCI web site: http://raman.library.pitt.edu/Palci/index.do.
The webinar will be on Tuesday, February 15 from 10:30-11:15 CST. To register for the webinar, contact Rita Patrick at email@example.com.