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MIT joins club

The Borrow Direct family just got a little bigger, with the addition of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. MIT recently joined the rapid book request and delivery system that enables faculty, staff and students at nine member libraries to search a combined library catalog of 50 million volumes. Harvard began participating in the system in September along […]

Crimson connection

The trip to Cambridge just got shorter: With Harvard University Library now an official lender in the Borrow Direct consortium, books from Harvard will get to Cornell faster than ever before. In addition to Cornell, Brown, Columbia, Dartmouth, Harvard, MIT, Penn, Princeton and Yale participate in Borrow Direct, which has more than 50 million volumes. […]

Borrow Direct 2.0

After more than two years of planning, negotiating and developing, Cornell University Library has launched a new and improved version of Borrow Direct – a powerful tool for getting fast access to CUL books that are checked out, under repair or otherwise unavailable. Borrow Direct enables Cornell faculty, staff and students to search the library […]