News & Announcements 09/09/11

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ASERL Selects Paula Sullenger as Visiting Program Officer for Cooperative Journal Retention

The Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) is pleased to announce that we have recruited Paula Sullenger of Auburn University Libraries as our next Visiting Program Officer. She will guide the further expansion of ASERL Journal retention program, starting October 15, 2011.

Publishers and the British Library agree framework licence agreement for document delivery outside the UK to non-commercial researchers

The British Library and the International Association of Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishers (STM) have agreed a framework licence agreement to be entered into directly between individual publishers and the British Library. It governs the supply of copies of articles from the British Library’s Document Supply Service to non-commercial end users via not-for-profit libraries outside the UK. The UK Publishers Association joins with STM in recommending the framework licence agreement to its members.

ALCTS E-Forum: Current Issues in In-Kind Materials Donations

September 21-22, 2011
Please join us for an e-forum discussion. It’s free and open to everyone!

Martin M. Cummings, Former NLM Director and Friend of American Health Sciences Libraries, Dies at Age 90

Dr. Martin Cummings, a scientist, medical educator, scientific administrator and former director of the National Library of Medicine, died on August 31. He was 90.

During his two decades of leadership of NLM, from 1964 to 1983, the Library’s mission was broadened as a health information resource. It emerged as a leader in the computer age and it became a major biomedical communications center, transforming a national resource into a unique international force and one of the most advanced scientific libraries in the world. Also, during this fertile period, NLM was established as a new, civilian entity on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) campus in Bethesda, Maryland.


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