Project ReShare is creating a new and open approach to library resource sharing systems that sets the standard for how we connect library patrons to the resources and information they require.
Project ReShare is designing an open source, highly-scalable platform that supports discovery, fulfillment, and delivery workflows, with a focus on user-centered design.
Project ReShare is modeling a mutual investment in an open collaboration intended to break down the barriers and silos associated with commercial platforms and replace them with an inclusive, community-owned ecosystem made up of libraries, consortia, software developers, and open source advocates.
- ReShare fall roadmap will focus on CDL and early implementersWith the COVID-19 pandemic preventing many libraries from engaging in physical resource sharing this fall, Project ReShare announced at a community meeting held July 13 that its fall roadmap will include support for controlled digital lending (CDL). Work will continue … Continue reading “Welcome”Read more
- Press Release – Project ReShare and Stanford Libraries Launch Controlled Digital Lending Implementers GroupJuly 2, 2020 Project ReShare and Stanford Libraries of Stanford University announce the launch of the Controlled Digital Lending Implementers (CDLI) group to explore and coordinate broad and thoughtful implementation of controlled digital lending (CDL). The digital equivalent of traditional … Continue reading “Welcome”Read more
- Press Release – ReShare Welcomes Two New Founding Members – Grand Valley State University and Lehigh UniversityProject ReShare Welcomes Two Founding Members – Grand Valley State University and Lehigh University For Immediate Release April 22, 2020 Project ReShare is pleased to announce two new members — Grand Valley State University and Lehigh University. Grand Valley State … Continue reading “Welcome”Read more