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As a part of its mission to build and foster community and collaboration among academic libraries in Indiana, ALI currently supports two state-wide consortial projects and a useful guide to understanding, creating, and supporting Open Educational Resources.
The purpose of the ALI-PALNI Shared Print Project is to:
- Provide participating libraries an opportunity to reduce their print collections with minimal impact on library users;
- Allow participating libraries to reclaim space for other purposes more directly beneficial to library users;
- Identify unique print items within the collections of participating libraries for preservation and potential digitization;
- Inform and influence ongoing collection development at the individual libraries; and
- Develop a statewide strategy for print book collections, which may involve cooperative purchasing.
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Reciprocal borrowing is an agreement between libraries to allow each other's patrons to check out materials. Participating libraries extend borrowing privileges to current faculty, staff and students at any of the institutions represented.
The goal of the program is to promote, enhance, and facilitate research, teaching, and learning in Indiana academic institutions. Click the title above to learn more!
The ALI Affordable Learning Committee has created a useful guide to Open Educational Resources, including tools for librarians and for instructors.