2006 Annual Conference Program

2006 Annual Conference Program:

Global Resource Sharing in the Real World: Interoperability or Impasse?

Saturday June 24, 1:30-3:30 pm
Sheraton New Orleans, Napoleon Ballroom B1/B2

Learn how past, present and emerging standards impact resource sharing. Our group of experts will explore the critical interplay between standards (Z39.50, ISO-ILL, NCIP, etc.) and policies and their influence on resource sharing operations, services delivered, and meeting the end-users' expectations.
Powerpoint slides from the presentation, as well as a companion glossary, are available below.



Brenda K. Bailey-Hainer, Director, Networking and Resource Sharing, Colorado  State Library.

Brenda Bailey-Hainer has been the Director of Networking and Resource

Sharing at the Colorado State Library since 1999 where she coordinates

statewide projects related to resource sharing.  Prior to that she spent

9 years working in academic libraries and 12 years with library

automation companies, most recently with OCLC as Director of Distributed

Systems.   Her formal education includes an MLS from Kent State

University and she is currently working on a PhD in Public Affairs at

the University of Colorado at Denver.  In July, she will be leaving the

Colorado State Library to become the Executive Director of BCR, a

non-profit library network serving 11 states in the West.

John Bodfish, Senior Technical Designer/Developer, Fretwell-Downing Informatics.

John Bodfish joined the NOTIS department at Northwestern University in 1986

as a Systems Engineer, where he specialized in the circulation system; he

later served as leader of the team developing an interlibrary loan

application which incorporated Z39.50, OpenURL, ISO ILL and NCIP protocols.

In that capacity he attended IPIG meetings; he also served on the NCIP

committee from its inception. He joined Fretwell-Downing in February of

2004, and participates actively in the NCIP Implementation Group.


Mary Hollerich, Head, Collection Access Section, National Library of Medicine.

Mary Hollerich is Head of the Collection Access Section at the National Library of Medicine where she oversees the library's ILL and onsite access operations as well as development and technical support for DOCLINE, NLM's ILL request routing and referral system used by more than 3000 medical libraries in the U.S. and abroad. She has over 20 years' ILL experience at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, University of Southern California, and, most recently, Northwestern University. She is a very active member of ALA RUSA, having served as chair of two RUSA sections (MOUSS and STARS) as well as the task force that established STARS, and she will soon begin a 3-year term as RUSA Director-at-Large. Mary received her Master's degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is the current Past Chair of STARS. 



Matthew R. Goldner, Executive Director, Cooperative Collection Services, OCLC Online Computer Library Center.

Dennis Massie, Program Officer for Resource Sharing, and Product Manager for RLG's ILL Manager, Research Libraries Group.

Carol Smale, Director, Resource Sharing and Rights Management, Library and Archives Canada.

Gail Wanner,   Resource Sharing Market Consultant, SirsiDynix.

Tom Delaney