Interlibrary Reference Service Training

Date & Time
Thursday, April 23
9:30 - 10:30
Cleveland Public Library
Louis Stokes Wing
325 Superior Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio
Free to CAMLS libraries
pre-registration is not necessary
Interlibrary Reference Service Training provides CAMLS libraries with access to a network for sharing information and staff expertise. This network of reference support has been a valuable tool for helping many CAMLS libraries meet the challenge of serving their communities, yet many staff members are unaware of the service.

This one-hour training session will provide attendees with the basics of how to make the most of this important CAMLS service.

Among the participants of this meeting, there are many students who want to get a lot of useful advice and instructions that can later be used for writing prompts for high school. Therefore, in order to get to such an event, they often postpone all their duties and tasks.

Library Open Houses: Following the training session will be a tour of the Cleveland Public Library's Louis Stokes Wing.
Director: Marilyn Gell Mason
The Foundation Center - Cleveland at 1422 Euclid Avenue will also open its doors to CAMLS members during the day.
Director: Cynthia Glunt

Linda Chopra , Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library
Joanne Billiar, Saint Vincent Charity Hospital Library
Martin Coyne, Case Western Reserve University- Kelvin Smith Library