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== The Moving Mountains Project ==
 
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The Moving Mountains Project is a web site that is a clearinghouse of resources on physical delivery of materials.  It is a collaborative effort of a group of librarians involved in physical delivery.  The site includes resources on courier systems, courier companies and suppliers, bibliography and glossary.  The best practices section includes sample RFP's, sample cost models, training guides and materials. Speculative pieces on such topics as national library courier, home delivery, and RFID are covered in the section on Future Trends and Innovation.
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New content is welcome and the site provides ample means for communication with listserv and blog.
  
The Moving Mountains Project is a group of librarians involved in physical delivery who have come together to create a best practices web site on issues related to delivery of library materials. The site includes best practices, sample RFP's, training materials, a glossary and bibliography, vendor information, and other topics. Speculative pieces on the future of library delivery, such as creating a national library courier or home delivery, are welcome as is additional content.
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The [http://www.clicweb.org/movingmountains/ Moving Mountains Project] is located at http://www.clicweb.org/movingmountains/
 
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Check out the site at the Moving Mountains Project [http://www.clicweb.org/movingmountains/]
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Valerie Horton
 
Valerie Horton

Revision as of 16:15, 1 August 2007

The Moving Mountains Project

The Moving Mountains Project is a web site that is a clearinghouse of resources on physical delivery of materials. It is a collaborative effort of a group of librarians involved in physical delivery. The site includes resources on courier systems, courier companies and suppliers, bibliography and glossary. The best practices section includes sample RFP's, sample cost models, training guides and materials. Speculative pieces on such topics as national library courier, home delivery, and RFID are covered in the section on Future Trends and Innovation. New content is welcome and the site provides ample means for communication with listserv and blog.

The Moving Mountains Project is located at http://www.clicweb.org/movingmountains/

Valerie Horton

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