State-Wide Library Consortiums in Missouri (MOBIUS) and Colorado (Prospector) Formally Announce Materials Sharing Agreement
From Today’s Announcement (via III):
MOBIUS [70 members public, academic, and special] service of and Prospector [service of Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries] , the state-wide library consortia in Missouri and Colorado, have signed an agreement to enable library users in those states to borrow materials from member libraries of both systems. MOBIUS and Prospector use Innovative’s INN-Reach consortial borrowing system to power their resource sharing.
MOBIUS and Prospector have coordinated courier services for transportation of materials to meet user requests between the states.
Read the Complete Announcement
See Also: Minutes From an August 2013 MOBIUS Board Meeting along with Minutes of Jan. 2014 CARL/Prospector Meeting Offer a Bit of Background About the How the Sharing Arrangement Was Developed
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