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Can Artificial Intelligence lead us to a smarter ILL future or other library services?

Recent technological developments have revolutionized the field of librarianship, as in every other field. Studies show that artificial intelligence can improve many library services such as reference services, document distribution and resource sharing, bookshelves and shelf reading, cataloging, and metadata creation. In this webinar will also discuss personalized recommendations for library users based on their research habits and interests and all applications of AI in library complex service areas. Read More

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  • 29 April 2024

Can Artificial Intelligence lead us to a smarter ILL future or other library services?

Recent technological developments have revolutionized the field of librarianship, as in every other field. Studies show that artificial intelligence can improve many library services such as reference services, document distribution and resource sharing, bookshelves and shelf reading, cataloging, and metadata creation In this webinar will also discuss personalized recommendations for library users based on their research habits and interests and all applications of AI in library complex service areas.   Read More

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  • 29 April 2024

18th IFLA ILDS Conference Website Revealed! 🌐 Join Us!

📚 Exciting News for Librarians, Publishers, and Information Specialists! 🌐 Unveiling the 18th IFLA Interlending and Document Supply Conference "Global to Local: Diversity and Inclusiveness in Resource Sharing" website [ilds.ada.edu.az]. Join us in shaping the future of resource sharing! #InterlendingConference #ResourceSharing #DocumentSupply #KnowledgeExchange 🚀 Stay Updated: 📅 Explore the latest updates, session details, and key announcements on our regularly updated website. From the conference agenda to speaker profiles and interactive sessions, find everything you need to plan your personalized experience. Read More

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  • 31 January 2024

Document Delivery and Digital Inclusion

Promoting digital inclusion is an essential goal for libraries around the world, particularly so in the fields of resource sharing and document delivery. When libraries were closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Document Delivery and Resource Sharing section launched the RSCVD (Resource Sharing during COVID) service, an innovative crowdsourced initiative which enabled libraries to continue to meet the information needs of their communities while working remotely. Read more about progress on this ongoing IFLA DDRS service. Read More

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  • 27 November 2023

RSCVD Steering Committee established

The RSCVD is moving forward with the aim of continuing its mission of providing high quality resource sharing around the world to help librarians ensure universal and equitable access to information. Read More

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  • 09 November 2023