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December 22, 2021

ReShare Community Project ReShare welcomes Boston Library Consortium. Project ReShare closes out the year by welcoming the Boston Library Consortium to the ReShare Community. In addition to contributing leadership and engagement to the Project, BLC will be making a significant financial contribution. Founded in 1970, the BLC is an academic library consortium serving 21 public and private universities, liberal arts colleges, state and special research libraries in the northeastern United States. [Full Announcement].

December 6, 2021

Project ReShare. November 2021 Community Meeting Recap. On November 15, Project ReShare held a Community Meeting that gave members the opportunity to focus on community-building and sustainability. Attendees had the opportunity to connect with each other in small breakout rooms to discuss the state of the Project and to brainstorm how to help ensure the sustainability of the Project for the future. Members were encouraged to reflect on opportunities and challenges and think about how to increase participation and welcome new members to the community. [Full Announcement].

November 30, 2021

Project ReShare. Three New Members Join Project ReShare Steering Committee. The Project ReShare Steering Committee welcomes its three newest members after our latest round of elections for at-large members. The newly elected members are Kristen Calvert (Western Carolina University), Pamela Jones (ConnectNY), and Zheng Ye (Lan) Wang (Texas A&M). [Full Announcement].

May 17, 2021

Project ReShare. Project ReShare welcomes Minitex and Ann Arbor District Library. Project ReShare is pleased to welcome Minitex and the Ann Arbor District Library to the ReShare community. Minitex is a state-funded library organization based at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities that provides resource sharing and delivery to libraries of all types in Minnesota school media centers, public and academic libraries, state agency and health science libraries. [Full Announcement].

April 5, 2021

Project ReShare. Project ReShare membership expands with addition of Auraria Library, Stanford University Libraries, and the Western North Carolina Library Network. Project ReShare announced three new members that increase the diversity of the project, both in types of organizations and geography -- Auraria Library, Stanford University Libraries, and the Western North Carolina Library Network. [Full Announcement].

March 12, 2021

Project ReShare. Project ReShare Welcomes LOUIS and MOBIUS. LOUIS is a consortium of public and private college and university libraries in the state of Louisiana, currently consisting of 47 members. LOUIS provides cost-effective collaboration for the procurement and support of library technology and resources. Twenty-two member institutions participate in LOUIS' interlibrary loan platform. LOUIS supports technology that enables the reciprocal borrowing and lending between its member institutions and beyond, including multiple instances of SirsiDynix Symphony ILS and Atlas-supported ILLiad. [Full Announcement].

July 2, 2020

Project ReShare. Project ReShare and Stanford Libraries Launch Controlled Digital Lending Implementers Group. Project ReShare and Stanford Libraries of Stanford University announce the launch of the Controlled Digital Lending Implementers group to explore and coordinate broad and thoughtful implementation of controlled digital lending. [Full Announcement].