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New Button Appearing in Your NExpress Search – Preview of new resource sharing service coming in January.

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Thanks to a new agreement with ConnectNY we will be expanding our direct request options beyond the NExpress consortium. Both systems retain separate databases; records aren’t shared between catalogs, rather searches are transferred from one system to another. NExpress has licensed Peer-to-Peer software to connect to the ConnectNY consortium. If a patron doesn’t find what he/she is looking for in the NExpress catalog, there will be a button in place to search for the item in the ConnectNY Catalog. If the item is found in ConnectNY, patrons will be able to place the request, just as they would place a request in the NExpress system. They will be authenticated with the appropriate user information and select a pick up location for delivery.  While the ConnectNY search button is appearing now in the NExpress search, it will not be open for use by Middlebury patrons until we go live on January 22, 2015.

Connect NY search button

Please send any problems to

Circulation:  802-443-5494 or library_circulation@middlebury.edu

Interlibrary Loan:   802-443-5498 or mdyill@middlebury.edu


What is ConnectNY:

ConnectNY (CNY) is a membership-driven academic consortium in New York which currently includes 18 institutions. CNY’s mission is “to share collections, leverage resources, and enhance services through cooperative initiatives and coordinated activities.” All the academic libraries involved in ConnectNY share a common union catalog, powered by Innovative Interface’s Inn-Reach system. The combined collection that is shared by the members includes ten million printed books and an emerging collection of e-books.

Who are the current members of CNY?

  • Adelphi University Libraries, Garden City, New York
  • Bard College Libraries, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
  • Canisius College Libraries, Buffalo, New York
  • Cazenovia College Library, Cazenovia, New York
  • Colgate University Libraries, Hamilton New York
  • Hamilton College Library, Clinton, New York
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges Library, Geneva, New York
  • Le Moyne College Library, Syracuse, New York
  • Medaille College Libraries, Buffalo, New York
  • Pace University Libraries, New York, New York
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Research Libraries (RPI), Troy, New York
  • Rochester Institute of Technology Libraries (RIT), Rochester, New York
  • St. Lawrence University Libraries, Canton, New York
  • Siena College Library, Loudonville, New York
  • Skidmore College Library, Saratoga Springs, New York
  • Union College Library, Schenectady, New York
  • United States Military Academy Library, West Point, New York
  • Vassar College Libraries, Poughkeepsie, New York

New Button Appearing in Your NExpress Search – Preview of new resource sharing service coming in January.

Categories: Midd Blogosphere

Thanks to a new agreement with ConnectNY we will be expanding our direct request options beyond the NExpress consortium. Both systems retain separate databases; records aren’t shared between catalogs, rather searches are transferred from one system to another. NExpress has licensed Peer-to-Peer software to connect to the ConnectNY consortium. If a patron doesn’t find what he/she is looking for in the NExpress catalog, there will be a button in place to search for the item in the ConnectNY Catalog. If the item is found in ConnectNY, patrons will be able to place the request, just as they would place a request in the NExpress system. They will be authenticated with the appropriate user information and select a pick up location for delivery.  While the ConnectNY search button is appearing now in the NExpress search, it will not be open for use by Middlebury patrons until we go live on January 22, 2015.

Connect NY search button

Please send any problems to

Circulation:  802-443-5494 or library_circulation@middlebury.edu

Interlibrary Loan:   802-443-5498 or mdyill@middlebury.edu


What is ConnectNY:

ConnectNY (CNY) is a membership-driven academic consortium in New York which currently includes 18 institutions. CNY’s mission is “to share collections, leverage resources, and enhance services through cooperative initiatives and coordinated activities.” All the academic libraries involved in ConnectNY share a common union catalog, powered by Innovative Interface’s Inn-Reach system. The combined collection that is shared by the members includes ten million printed books and an emerging collection of e-books.

Who are the current members of CNY?

  • Adelphi University Libraries, Garden City, New York
  • Bard College Libraries, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
  • Canisius College Libraries, Buffalo, New York
  • Cazenovia College Library, Cazenovia, New York
  • Colgate University Libraries, Hamilton New York
  • Hamilton College Library, Clinton, New York
  • Hobart & William Smith Colleges Library, Geneva, New York
  • Le Moyne College Library, Syracuse, New York
  • Medaille College Libraries, Buffalo, New York
  • Pace University Libraries, New York, New York
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Research Libraries (RPI), Troy, New York
  • Rochester Institute of Technology Libraries (RIT), Rochester, New York
  • St. Lawrence University Libraries, Canton, New York
  • Siena College Library, Loudonville, New York
  • Skidmore College Library, Saratoga Springs, New York
  • Union College Library, Schenectady, New York
  • United States Military Academy Library, West Point, New York
  • Vassar College Libraries, Poughkeepsie, New York

Interlibrary Loan Schedule for the Holiday Break 2014

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Due to the holidays and shipping madness, the increased risk of losses, and the lack of libraries open or willing to send things, the Interlibrary Loan Department limits ordering and shipping during the second half of December.

If you need anything before winter break request it now! Interlibrary loan requests submitted to ILLiad after Dec. 18th will be ordered in early January.

ILLiad article requests will continue to be filled by RapidILL through Dec. 20st, but requests must have a valid ISSN and year to be processed by Rapid.

For loan materials use NExpress: (http://go/NExpress). NExpress will stay open during break. Requests placed in NExpress go straight to the Lending Library for processing. Loans ordered from NExpress over break should arrive in early January.

NExpress downtime Monday, August 18th

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On Monday, August 18th from 11 am – 3 pm, NExpress will be unavailable for requesting while our vendor upgrades a server. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Possible NExpress service disruption

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Our vendor will be doing maintenance on the software that runs NExpress on Saturday, August 2nd from 11 pm to midnight. There may be a disruption of service, so you may have to wait until after midnight to request that book you need. Apologies for any inconvenience.

NExpress downtime again tonight (Tuesday, 3/18/14)

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The NExpress library system will be down after 10 pm EDT tonight for maintenance. The system will be unavailable for searching, requesting, and borrowing for approximately 3 hours. This is ONLY NExpress and does not affect regular library searching via Summon or MIDCAT, nor regular borrowing of materials at the circulation desk.

NExpress downtime tonight (Wednesday, 3/12)

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The NExpress library system will be down after 10 pm EDT tonight for maintenance. The system will be unavailable for searching, requesting, and borrowing for approximately 3 hours. This is ONLY NExpress and does not affect regular library searching via Summon or MIDCAT, nor regular borrowing of materials at the circulation desk.