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I would be interested in hearing from libraries which are using the basic Clio software (not the Advanced Clio) in conjunction with Docline.  We had a demonstration of Clio this morning and I'm not entirely clear how smoothly Clio interfaces with Docline: is there still manual entry needed within Docline?  And, since nearly all of our articles are being delivered via email, can basic Clio help expedite the receipt of PDFs and emailing them out to the patron?

It looked like a great product to use to track requests and keep statistics - but I'm not sure, at this point, how well it does with Docline.  Thanks for your input and suggestions!

Jan O. Rice
Reference & Instruction Librarian
Interlibrary Loan
Professor of Library Science
BryanLGH College of Health Sciences Library
5035 Everett St.
Lincoln, NE  68506
402-481-3296
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