|BookScan Station Uploader||
BookScan Station, the largest installed base for delivery services to email, fax, network and cloud based locations, has developed a built in uploader for scanning books and documents to OCLC’s Article Exchange document delivery site from interlibrary loan request.
The Article Exchange is accessible to lenders from within the WorldCat Resource Sharing service and through an ILLiad Addon. It also provides a single, secure location where lending libraries can place requested documents and the borrowing library can retrieve articles or book chapters the library user requested via interlibrary loan. With the fast and easy connection to the Article Exchange cloud-based platform, library staffs can upload and deliver documents in a fast, friendly and secure environment through the use of the BookScan Station.
|Eddie Ko, BookScan Station|
Scannx, a leading developer of cloud-based, document capture and document delivery software and services, has developed a software “connector” for scanning from its book scanning systems to OCLC’s Article Exchange document delivery site for completing interlibrary loan requests. Article Exchange is accessible from within WorldCat Resource Sharing and via an ILLiad add-on. Since its release in January 2012, nearly 600 libraries in 16 countries have used the tool, resulting in uploads of more than 20,000 documents each month. This cooperative development effort means that academic research and collaboration tools are getting faster, better and cheaper.
The Article Exchange document-sharing site provides a single, secure location where lending libraries can place requested documents and library users can retrieve articles or book chapters obtained for them via interlibrary loan. This site adds convenience, security and enhanced copyright compliance to article sharing through interlibrary loan. With the integration of Article Exchange into Scannx’ book scanning systems, library staff can more easily deliver documents to the people who need them in a secure, cloud-based environment.
|John C. Dexter, Scannx|
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