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Title: Designing TALARIA - A New Software to Support Resource Sharing of International Communities
Authors: Mangiaracina, Silvana
Mazza, Debora
Kahaleh, Rabih
Tugnoli, Alessandro
Keywords: Subject::Automation
Subject::Digital libraries
Subject::Resource sharing
Issue Date: 2-Dec-2022
Publisher: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Series/Report no.: 17th IFLA Interlending and Document Supply Conference ILDS), 2022 Qatar
Abstract: In 2020, the COVID-19 situation forced academic libraries to move exclusively to the Web. To respond to the COVID emergency, in April 2020 a group of librarians under the aegis of IFLA created “Resource Sharing during COVID-19” (RSCVD): the first experiment in free digital resource sharing worldwide. RSCVD is based on the voluntary contribution of hundreds of librarians around the world, who worked with the tools available at that moment in order to share documents held in their libraries with the world academic community. After the success of this initiative in the face of the COVID emergency, the Erasmus Plus Programme, through the HERMES project, gives us the opportunity to design a new Resource Sharing software platform for the RSCVD international community. TALARIA software is being designed to support library communities in their resource sharing (RS) management. We aim to build a flexible platform to support different needs and policies of a RS community. Librarians will have access to the RSCVD international community when they have to locate very difficult resources, those RS requests that they are not able to find in their usual
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