ALICE - A Wonderland for Librarians
Most academic institutions have found it necessary to participate in several library consortia to deal with the increasing strain on the library budget. The Adventist Virtual Library (AVL) is an example of regional Seventh-day Adventist library consortia, while the Adventist Library Information
Cooperative (ALICE) is a worldwide consortium of Adventist academic libraries that operates under the auspices of the Association of Seventh-day Adventist Librarians (ASDAL). Membership in ASDAL is open to every Seventh-day Adventist academic library that can subscribe to at least one of its databases. The author discusses ALICE's history, how it works, and how to join.
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