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PNR Electronic Document Delivery for DOCLINE Libraries

DOCLINE Libraries are eligible to receive up to $1,500 to support electronic document delivery service implementation or improvement. See announcement for more information. Applications are due on October 1, 2006.

  1. Name of DOCLINE Library

  2. LIBID

  3. Is your library a full DOCLINE participant (ie, both a lender and a borrower)?
    Yes No

  4. Project Lead

  5. Position Title

  6. Mailing Address

  7. Internet E-mail Address (e.g., maryc@project.org)

  8. Telephone number (e.g., 555-555-5555)

  9. Fax number (e.g., 555-555-5555)

  10. Describe your plans to provide or improve electronic document delivery at your institution.

  11. Describe type of Internet connection available for electronic document delivery.

  12. Provide a brief budget and justification, including what you plan to purchase, why, and a timeline (Remember: purchase of computers and/or printers is outside the scope of this award.)

  13. At the end of 6 months after your project begins, we will ask you how many articles/documents you sent and how many you received via electronic delivery methods from during that period, broken down by month. We will also ask you to complete a short questionnaire that we will send to you. Click here to indicate that you agree to provide this information.
    Yes No

  14. Please send a statement of support for this project from your information technology support unit to Andrea Ryce (fax: 1-206-543-2469; mail: Health Sciences Library, University of Washington Box 357155, Seattle, WA 98195-7155) Click here to indicate that the statement of support has been sent.
    Yes No

  15. Does your library presently use electronic delivery methods (excluding fax) to send and receive copies of articles or documents?
    Yes No

    If no, you have completed this application and are ready to submit it to us!

    If yes, please continue with Questions 16-18.

  16. Explain which methods are used to send and/or receive copies via electronic delivery (excluding fax).

  17. How many copies of articles or documents have you received from other libraries using electronic delivery methods (excluding fax) during the past six months for which you have data? Indicate inclusive dates.

  18. How many copies of articles or documents have you sent to other libraries using electronic delivery methods (excluding fax) during the most recent six months for which you have data? Indicate inclusive dates.