The Florida Library Information Network (FLIN) is a statewide cooperative network for interlibrary loan and resource sharing.
The Division of Library and Network Services develops policy that guides the activities of the FLIN and serves as network administrator.
If you have any questions about the FLIN, please contact Cathy Moloney, Chief, Bureau of Library and Network Services, Division of Library and Network Services at: 850.245.6687, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Florida Library Navigator
Navigator supports FLIN and the Florida Electronic Library (FEL) by providing an innovative Interlibrary Loan platform.
Here are just a few Navigator benefits:
- Enables customer initiated borrowing with a simple search bar.
- Reduces staff workload and saves time.
- Supports load balancing.
- Confirms availability before placing requests.
- Requests not filled within the Navigator Group automatically roll to OCLC WorldCat.
- Supports local library lending policies, including request limits.
- Provided at no charge to participating Libraries.
With Navigator, the combined resources of Florida libraries become one giant shared collection.
Florida Library Navigator Project Description (22KB PDF )
Navigator Participating Libraries (55KB PDF )
Test Drive Navigator
Navigator is a partnership including the Florida Department of State, Division of Library and Information Services, OCLC, the Tampa Bay Library Consortium and most importantly, the participating libraries.
Thank you for your interest!
If you have any questions about the Florida Library Navigator, please contact Cathy Moloney, Chief, Bureau of Library and Network Services, State Library and Archives of Florida at: 850.245.6687, or email@example.com.
These projects are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, from the Institute of Museum and Library Services,
administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.
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