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  1. page Upcoming Meetings edited ... November 5, 2008: Biola University May 7, 2008: Pacific Oaks College
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    November 5, 2008: Biola University
    May 7, 2008: Pacific Oaks College

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  2. page Responsibilities of Membership edited ... Responsibilities of Membership Members agree that it is their institutional responsibility to…
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    Responsibilities of Membership
    Members agree that it is their institutional responsibility to provide library resources that support the basic programmatic and curricular needs of their own students, and recognize that participation in IEALC is designed to enhance, not replace, local library resources.
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    home library.
    Members agree to accept financial responsibility for the replacement cost and associated billing costs of any materials loaned to their students under this Agreement when these materials have been lost or damaged.
    Members agree to designate an IEALC liaison to serve as delegate to all regularly scheduled and specially called meetings. Liaisons will assist in gathering data pertinent to IEALC participation and will provide assistance that ensures the efficient operation of the IEALC program.
    Members agree to maintain and report use statistics by IEALC borrowers in a form prescribed and approved by the membership.

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  3. page Membership List edited ... Loma Linda University Western University of Health Services = =
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    Loma Linda University
    Western University of Health Services
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  4. page Membership edited ... Membership is open to academic libraries in tax exempt, accredited institutions of higher educ…
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    Membership is open to academic libraries in tax exempt, accredited institutions of higher education located in the Southern California Inland Empire. Participating libraries are required to have a collection of library materials that is locally accessible to students.
    A member library may withdraw from IEALC by notifying the Chair of its decision three months in advance of the effective date (June 1 deadline) of its withdrawal. The Chair will then notify other member libraries of this decision. The library wishing to withdraw from IEALC understands that it remains responsible for any obligations incurred due to its participation in IEALC.

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  5. page Conditions for Borrowing and Lending edited ... Conditions for Borrowing and Lending Application for IEALC authorization cards must be made b…
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    Conditions for Borrowing and Lending
    Application for IEALC authorization cards must be made by students at the library of the institution where they are currently registered. Authorization cards may be issued to currently enrolled students at the discretion of each member institution.
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    additional identification.
    Local lending rules at each participating library, including limits on the number of items borrowed and the levying of fines, shall apply to the borrowing of materials from that library.

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  6. page Become a Member edited ... Requests for membership consideration shall be directed to the Chair. Libraries requesting mem…
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    Requests for membership consideration shall be directed to the Chair. Libraries requesting membership should include a general description of the academic programs offered in the institution and supported by the library. This description should include the scope of library holdings and include supporting statistics (e.g., number of students, collection size, materials budget, hours of service, etc.). Prospective members will provide such information by completing the IEALC Application Form (see attachments in Supporting Documentation).
    The Chair will distribute this information to all liaisons and place the matter on the agenda of the next regularly scheduled meeting. Admission to membership shall be by a two‑thirds vote of the member libraries present. Each member library will have one vote. New memberships will be considered and voted upon at the Spring meeting. Memberships become effective July 1.

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  7. page home edited ... Inland Empire Academic Libraries Cooperative (IEALC) The purpose of the Inland Empire Academi…
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    Inland Empire Academic Libraries Cooperative (IEALC)
    The purpose of the Inland Empire Academic Libraries Cooperative (IEALC) is to provide reciprocal library borrowing privileges to currently registered students of the participating institutions. Faculty and staff borrowing privileges are outside of this Agreement and are covered by other policies of the individual member institutions.

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