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FW: IMPLEMENTING THE NISO CIRCULATION INTERCHANGE PROTOCOL (NCIP)

From: Shuh Barbara <barbara.shuh@nlc-bnc.ca>
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 08:43:13 -0500
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To: "ZIG List (E-mail)" <www-zig@w3.org>, "EFILA (E-mail)" <efila@dkuug.dk>
If you, like Ralph LeVan and Poul Henrik Jørgensen, having read my previous
posting, wondered "Where is the "Morial Convention Center" located, i.e. in
which city and country?":

The Morial Convention Centre is in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.   The
information session on implementing the NISO Circulation Interchange
Protocol is being held during the ALA Midwinter Meetings, which are being
held in that city in January 2002. 

Barb
______________________
Barbara Shuh
Library Network Specialist
National Library of Canada
Phone:  (819) 994-6969  Fax:  (819) 994-6835
E-mail:  barbara.shuh@nlc-bnc.ca


-----Original Message-----
From: Poul Henrik Jørgensen [mailto:PHJ@Portia.dk]
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 5:51 PM
To: Shuh Barbara
Subject: RE: IMPLEMENTING THE NISO CIRCULATION INTERCHANGE PROTOCOL
(NCIP)


Hi Barbara,

Where is the "Morial Convention Center" located, i.e. in which city and
country?

With best wishes for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Poul Henrik
mailto:phj@dbc.dk


-----Original Message-----
From: Shuh Barbara [mailto:barbara.shuh@nlc-bnc.ca]
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 3:45 PM
To: IPIG List (E-mail); ZIG List (E-mail); EFILA (E-mail)
Subject: IMPLEMENTING THE NISO CIRCULATION INTERCHANGE PROTOCOL (NCIP)


FYI 

IMPLEMENTING THE NISO CIRCULATION INTERCHANGE PROTOCOL (NCIP):  A 
Discussion between Librarians and Software Developers

WHEN:           Monday, January 21st. 2-4pm
WHERE:  Morial Convention Center Room 281

Please join NCIP Committee members and early implementers to hear  how the 
protocol will translate into  "real world" implementation.  At this meeting 
we will discuss the three key application areas:

-       Direct Consortial Borrowing (how a consortium of libraries with 
agreed upon borrowing policies will be able to implement the protocol to 
allow patrons to borrow on site at any library  or make remote requests 
through their OPAC for delivery and pickup.)

-       Circulation to Interlibrary Loan Interaction ( the impact on 
service design when Circulation and Interlibrary Loan systems can 
communicate to share information about shipping, notification, etc.)

-        Self Service Circulation (how the NCIP standard can be used to 
develop applications that allow users to check out or check in items, 
possibly also pay fines, without the assistance of staff)

The purpose of the meeting is to give librarians  and developers the 
opportunity to understand the potential of the protocol and to suggest ways 
to begin dialog between  vendors and librarians about 
needed  functionality, and thus to inform development schedules.  Speakers 
will be early implementers of the protocol who can share their insights 
into its potential for new ways of developing services.
Received on Friday, 21 December 2001 08:42:32 GMT

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