Registration now open for the 2016 VIVA ILL Forum!

March 22, 2016 on 2:09 pm | In General, ill, vivalib_announcements | No Comments

Registration is now open for the 2016 ILL Forum, to be held at VCU Libraries in Richmond Virginia on July 22nd.  To register, please go here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YJF5JKZ . Schedules, lodging, and travel information can be found here:  http://www.vivalib.org/interlibraryloan/illforum/illforum.html .

This year your responses  to the following questions will focus and inform the breakout session discussions. Please take few minutes to complete this brief survey after you register for the forum: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5T9MDJ5 .

Looking forward to July!

 

Tara Cassidy appointed Director of the VCCS Library Services

March 3, 2016 on 10:00 am | In General, vivalib_announcements | No Comments

Tara-CassidyTara Cassidy assumed the role of Director of the VCCS Library Services, effective March 1st. Tara holds a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh, a post-graduate Certificate in E-Learning from James Madison University, and has attended the Harvard Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians. Most recently, Tara served as the VCCS Coordinator of Library Services. Previous positions include Electronic Services Librarian at VCCS (2007-2014), Reference Librarian at JS Reynolds (2007-2009), and College Librarian at ECPI Colleges, Inc. (2005-2007). Tara has served on numerous VIVA committees and working groups and will continue to work closely with VIVA in this new position. Please join us in wishing Tara the best in her new role!

34 VIVA members support the Directory of Open Access Journals!

March 2, 2016 on 10:49 am | In General, vivalib_announcements | No Comments

By consortium agreement, 34 VIVA members have agreed to directly support the efforts of The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). As stated on the DOAJ website, VIVA support will enable the non-profit to: “do a better and quicker job in processing journals to be listed in DOAJ, and strengthen our efforts in promoting good open access publishing practice.” The agreement reflects member institutions’ commitment to supporting quality, peer-reviewed Open Access materials. The 34 institutions are listed here, and to learn more about the history and goals of the DOAJ, click here.

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