Interlibrary Loan/Circulation Librarian
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The Circulation Librarian is responsible for ensuring compliance with copyright law for purposes of interlibrary loan.
OCLC Resource Sharing Users Group: To serve as a form for ILL practitioners and interested parties
links checked and updated 09/08/10 TOL