"The only thing that I discovered very early on is that, even though we might change schools and cities and towns and states, the books in the library were the same. They had the same covers. They had the same characters. I could go and visit those people in the library as if I knew them." J. Michael Straczynski
INTER LIBRARY LOAN
The Eastern Shore Regional Library operates a delivery system for the libraries on the Shore and acts as a liaison for the
Maryland Interlibrary Loan Office. The Maryland Interlibrary Loan Organization (MILO)
is a network of public, academic, school and special libraries throughout the state of Maryland. Through
close cooperation, customers can get books, magazines, newspapers and other resources from over
700 libraries in the state.
Marina (Interlibrary Loan), a service of MILO, is a free, statewide interlibrary loan system for requesting books from other libraries. Marina is accessible through each library's web site and a library card is needed.
Worcester Tech Services
Crisfield Dock - Ewell (Thursdays)
Chesapeake College - MILO Exchange
ESRL (Tri-County Building)
Salisbury University (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays)
Rock Hall (Mondays and Wednesdays)
Galena (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays)
Greensboro (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays)
Federalsburg (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays)
The Information Services department coordinates two region-wide interest groups, composed of representatives from each of our member libraries. Both groups meet three times a year and for more information or to attend one of our meetings please contact ESRL.
The regional eGroup assists in selecting and promoting the electronic resources (databases, ebooks, etc.) that ESRL provides to the region.
(Children's Librarians of the Eastern Shore) helps to coordinate region-wide youth services initiatives, such as the spring children's author visit.
Check out our blog For Those About to Mock for our Newbery Award predictions alongs with other Childrens Literature discussions.