Consortial Borrowing Along EL Camino Real
Consortia borrowing, library integrated system, services, consortia, consortial benefits, authentication
Camino, a patron-initiated borrowing system, oper- ates within the SCELC consortium made up of private academic libraries in California. OCLC’s WorldCat Navigator Request Engine is the backbone of this service, because it works with all ILS systems and integrates with discovery layers and interlibrary loan. Camino is administrated by a user group which sets policies and procedures and guides implementation for new members.
Journal of Library Administration
Sally Bryant, Elizabeth Parang & Gan Ye (2015) Consortial Borrowing Along EL Camino Real, Journal of Library Administration, 55:7, 587-594, DOI:10.1080/01930826.2015.1076314