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From your 1997-98 OCLC Users' Council Delegates:
   Benard Strong          Marcia Talley
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> The Research Investment Joins OCLC ILL Document Supplier Program
>
> DUBLIN, Ohio, April 2, 1998--The Research Investment Inc., a
> full-service business and market research firm providing business
> information worldwide for more than 25 years, has joined the OCLC ILL
> Document Supplier Program.
>
> Tri-Doc, the document delivery division of The Research Investment,
> provides articles, books, reports, studies, conference proceedings,
> patents, company literature, FDA-mandated clean copies, standards,
> specifications, regulations and more in a variety of languages with a
> fill rate of 97 percent.  Translations in any language are completed
> by
> a network of 15 subject specialists.
>
> "Tri-Doc's expertise in finding the impossible-whether it's
> unpublished
> statistics and texts, papers presented but not published, program
> information, memoranda or in-house documentation-will be of particular
> interest to OCLC users," said Kate Vranich, president of The Research
> Investment.  "We are delighted at the prospect of filling the 'tough
> stuff' for OCLC users."
>
> "The Research Investment is a welcome addition to the OCLC ILL
> Document
> Supplier Program," said Marda Johnson, director, OCLC Collections and
> Technical Services.  "OCLC users now have more options for delivery of
> documents--especially documents that can be more difficult to find."
>
> Libraries can access The Research Investment document delivery service
> using the OCLC symbol, RSK.
>
> More information on The Research Investment, which is based in
> Cleveland, Ohio, can be found at its Web site
> <http://www.researchinvest.com>.
>
> The OCLC ILL Document Supplier Program increases access to special
> collections through commercial vendors and public and private
> libraries
> to meet the needs of OCLC users.
>
> OCLC Online Computer Library Center is a nonprofit, membership,
> computer
> library service and research organization whose computer network and
> services link more 26,000 libraries in 64 countries and territories
> <http://www.oclc.org/>.        (RJM)
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