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InfoQuest Goes Live

The first collaborative text messaging reference service went live Monday, July 20. There are over 35 libraries of many types participating, each providing about 2 hours per week monitoiring the service. The pilot project runs through December 31, 2009 with no cost to members. The project is still looking for more members to participate. They hope to continue this as a full-fledged program starting January 2010.

If you would like to join, please contact Lori Bell at Alliance Library System at lbell@alliancelibrarysystem.com. You will be sent some informational documents and an agreement form to fill out with library information and your preferred coverage hours. If you
would like to join the project communications group, go to http://groups.google.com/group/InfoQuest. Even if you don't become a member of the project you can still keep up with events, issues, and communications via the google groups by requesting access to the group.

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