GOLD (the Resource Sharing Network for Georgia’s Libraries)

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About GOLD

Administered by the Georgia Public Library Service, GOLD is the resource sharing network used throughout the state. GOLD’s consortium is comprised of more than 200 academic, public, private, school, special, and technical college member libraries. GOLD operates through the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), an international library cooperative, and OCLC’s WorldCat database, a comprehensive bibliographic database comprised of more than 400 million records.

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Contact:
Elaine Hardy
PINES & Collaborative Projects Manager

Phone: 404-235-7128

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DRAFT GOLD MANUAL AND MEMBERSHIP AGREEMENT

The linked documents below are drafts to replace the existing manuals and membership agreement. The GOLD Advisory Committee will be completing these documents in the coming months and planning for their implementation.

GOLD ABIDES: NEW ADVENTURES IN RESOURCE SHARING FOR GA

The COMO 2015 presentation by the members of the GOLD Advisory Committee introduces the proposed new GOLD membership agreement, criteria, and compliance that will update and strengthen resource sharing and serials holdings management in Georgia.

WorldShare Interlibrary Loan

LOCAL HOLDINGS MAINTENANCE (LHM)

INTERLIBRARY LOAN CODES FOR GEORGIA LIBRARIES

Current GOLD Statistics

Quarterly Statistics for GOLD Member Libraries

GOLD Borrowing and Lending Statistics, FY18

GOLD Borrowing and Lending Statistics, FY17

GOLD Borrowing and Lending Statistics, FY16

GOLD Borrowing and Lending Statistics, FY15

GOLD Borrowing and Lending Statistics, FY14

GOLD Borrowing and Lending Statistics, FY13

GOLD Borrowing and Lending Statistics, FY12