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SEC University Libraries Commit to Enhanced Resource Sharing

“To support scholarly research efforts within the Southeastern Conference (SEC), library deans from all SEC member universities, including the University of Kentucky, have committed to sharing in new ways their respective institutional collections with other conference schools, effective immediately. “Individually, SEC university libraries have strong collections of national distinction with unique strengths and areas of emphasis,” said David Carlson, dean of University Libraries at Texas A&M University. “As strong as our individual libraries are, however, none of us are as strong as we are together. This SEC library sharing agreement allows the users of the SEC libraries — our faculty, staff and students — to find and use materials as if our libraries were a single, unified collection.” (via UKNow)

One Response to “SEC University Libraries Commit to Enhanced Resource Sharing”

  1. Alison
    September 1, 2016 at 3:27 am #

    Resource Sharing is really Brainstorming.Students are really looking forward about that.Being together is a great foundation.

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