About the Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Section
The Section's primary objective is to extend and improve document delivery and resource sharing both nationally and internationally through the use of new technologies and increased cooperation among libraries and document suppliers.
The Section monitors developments and provides information to its membership through its website, social media outlets, programs at IFLA conferences, support of document delivery workshops, and cooperative projects with international organizations.
Resource Sharing during COVID-19 (RSCVD)
Request materials from volunteering libraries (only for interlibrary loan professionals working in not-for-profit libraries): https://rscvd.org/
(Note: Both mailing lists below are closed, moderated lists open only to subscribers)
The DDRS Standing Committee’s mailing list:
Facilitates discussion among the members of the IFLA DDRS Standing Committee.
Messages intended for distribution to the list should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
IFLA DDRS general mailing list:
For librarians, information professionals, and document suppliers to discuss issues pertaining to delivering information to users via document delivery and interlibrary loan as well as the broader issues involved in resource sharing.
A vehicle for the IFLA Document Delivery and Resource Sharing Standing Committee to communicate matters relating to the Committee's work to the broader document delivery and/ resource sharing community.
Messages intended for distribution to the list should be sent to: email@example.com
Last update: 21 April 2020