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Resource Sharing Committee: About Us

Information and Resources from the Resource Sharing Committee of the Academic Libraries of Indiana (ALI)

What We Do

Our Charge:

  • Identify and analyze resource sharing models, innovations, trends, and strategies
  • Recommend policies and promote best practices that expand the resource sharing capacity of ALI libraries;
  • Maintain deep collaboration with the Indiana State Library in the organization of a statewide resource-sharing conference
  • Participate in the evaluation of systems and technologies to facilitate discovery and remote circulation of materials (approved 11/14/2014)

Meet Our Team


Roger Peters
Concordia Theological Seminary


Cetoria Tomberlin
IU Indianapolis University Library

Meg Atwater-Singer
University of Evansville

Barb Chen
University of St. Francis

Lynné Colbert
Purdue University - West Lafayette

Todd Grooten
Ruth Lilly Medical Library, IU Indianapolis

Kyla Hedge
Ball State University

Maureen Kennedy
IU-South Bend

Holli Moseman
Indiana State University

Carol Parkinson
Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington

Whitney Young
University of Notre Dame


Save the date and call for proposals for Discovery to Delivery (D2D) 2024

October 11, 2024:  Discovery to Delivery: Indiana Libraries Resource Sharing Conference.

The Discovery to Delivery (D2D) Conference, hosted by the Academic Libraries of Indiana and the Indiana State Library, is a free one-day resource sharing conference that is open to all Indiana libraries- public, academic, school, special, institutional, and more. This year will be a hybrid conference featuring on-site and Zoom options! 

The conference will be held at Ivy Tech Community College, Bloomington: 200 Daniels Way, Bloomington, IN 47404 from 9:00 AM – 3:30PM.

The planning committee is soliciting presentation proposals for Discovery to Delivery 2024. If you are interested in developing and sharing a presentation, please fill out the form here.

Submission Deadline: 4 PM (EST) 15 July 2024

Presentations should be approximately 30-35 minutes in length with an additional 10 minutes at the end of each session for questions and discussion. The conference is open to all Indiana libraries, and the audience will include attendees from academic, public, and special libraries.

Suggested Proposal Topics:

  • Acquisitions
  • Best Practices
  • Collaborations and partnerships
  • Copyright
  • Customer Service
  • E-Resources Licensing/E-books
  • Evergreen
  • Marketing ILL Services
  • Open Access/Scholarly Communications
  • Patron-driven Services
  • Professional Development
  • SRCS
  • Staff Training
  • Statistics
  • Future visions for Resource Sharing

2024 planning committee:

Leigh Anne Johnson
Roger Peters
Holli Moseman
Carol Parkinson 
Maureen Kennedy
Trista Rue
Cetoria Tomberlin
Michele Michell