Intertype library services
NFLS will continue to foster cooperation and resource sharing with other types of libraries in the region by providing the following services.
NFLS will continue to work with all types of libraries to facilitate borrowing of materials. In the rare instance in which material cannot be borrowed through the Interlibrary Loan system, the following options are available:
NEW ERA provides borrowing cards for patrons 18 and over for the following institutions:
St. Nobert College provides community borrower cards to adults 18 or older. The card is renewable on a yearly basis.
Brown County Library issues temporary library cards for those that do not qualify otherwise. This allows the patron unlimited access to digital resources and the checkout of two physical items, including interlibrary loan items.
Continuing education workshops and webinars:
Interlibrary loan of materials
Through the NFLS Interlibrary Loan clearinghouse, NFLS will facilitate the sharing of materials for all libraries.
Email distribution list
NFLS will maintain an email distribution list which will provide libraries and library workers of all types the ability to discuss library-related issues.
NFLS will provide an annual newsletter containing updates on the services provided. To subscribe to the newsletter, click here.
Reimbursement for materials borrowed using a NEWIL Courtesy Card:
- Courtesy cards were previously issued to check out materials from NEWIL member libraries such as UW-Green Bay, Bellin, St. Vincent and St. Norbert libraries. Courtesy Cards were meant to be used as a one-time usage of loaning library materials between NEWIL member libraries. The loan of library materials was subject to the rules and regulations of lending libraries.
- As of June 2, 2022, NEWIL was dissolved and is no longer sponsoring the courtesy card.
- If you loaned out materials prior to June 2, 2022 using a courtesy card, and the items were lost, stolen or damaged, funds have been set aside to cover replacement costs. The funds will be distributed to libraries on a first come, first served basis. After five years, any remaining funds will be distributed to the Wisconsin Library Association Foundation.
- Please submit an expense reimbursement form to NFLS at email@example.com.