The Atla E-Book Lending Program
The former Theological Libraries E-Book Lending Project or TLELP became an official member benefit program of Atla in July 2020. Atla member libraries participating in this program gain access to the Odilo platform where they can host, lend, and, when authorized by publisher agreement, interlibrary loan e-books to authorized users, which typically includes the patrons of all libraries participating in the program. Libraries participating in the Atla E-Book Lending Program have the opportunity to make purchases that support their own faculty and students and the ability to supplement their own collections with access to material purchased by other libraries that they may not otherwise acquire.
During this webinar, attendees will learn from Atla staff about eligibility and cost for participating in the program as well as the benefits it offers to participating libraries. A representative of Odilo will also demonstrate the platform and the opportunities it offers the patrons of participating libraries. This webinar will take place on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, at 12 p.m. CST.
Register here: https://atla.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jnXI8ld5Q22RR09CuhQ-8Q
TopicPrograms & Projects
PresentersChristine Fruin Camila Paron
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