Let's circulate: a report on the 1st annual New Jersey access services meeting.
In 2014, access services librarians and professional staff from various institutions all over New Jersey came together at The College of New Jersey, in Ewing Township, to discuss regional trends and issues in access services. Library staff at these institutions face many of the same issues from managing student assistants, to dealing with stacks management, and handling building security. The goal of the daylong meeting was to build bonds between access services staff at the different institutions, and to learn from one another's experiences during a series of roundtable discussions, and informal conversations over coffee and lunch. It was the first meeting of its kind in New Jersey and the organizers plan to make it an annual occurrence under the nameLet's Circulate. This article is a summary of the first meeting. [ABSTRACT FROM PUBLISHER]
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O’Shea, D., & Sewell, B. (2015). Let's Circulate: A Report on the 1st Annual New Jersey Access Services Meeting. Journal Of Access Services, 12(1/2), 14-20. doi:10.1080/15367967.2015.972763