Member Spotlight

Amigos Member Spotlight

We're proud of our Amigos Library Services members and want to recognize the work that they do in their communities. Each month we will be showcasing an Amigos member library or institution. It's a great way for Amigos members, and non-members alike, to learn from and meet colleagues and peers.

Member Spotlight - University of Central Oklahoma Max Chambers Library

The University of Central Oklahoma Library has been an Amigos Library Services member since 1978. Library support and staff take advantage of FREE Amigos member benefits, such as subscription to the RDA Toolkit, participation in our online conferences and Know & Go sessions and take advantage of discounted rates for our training courses. University of Central Oklahoma library also participates in our courier service, Trans-Amigos Express (TAE). This service saves the library money and gives them the potential to connect with 240 TAE libraries and over 600 libraries in Kansas and Missouri (through Kansas Library Express, MALA, and MOBIUS) for ILL. The library also saves money by subscribing to over 12 databases through our vendor partners!

Member Spotlight - Washington University in St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis, rated by The Princeton Review as #2 in Best Run Colleges and #10 on the Best College Library lists, was founded in 1853 and is located in St. Louis, Missouri. Washington University in St. Louis features over 300 academic programs and serves 15,000 students a year, with students coming from more than 100 countries and all 50 states. Known for its innovative research in the areas of medical, environmental, entrepreneurial, and plant science research, Washington University in St. Louis also features a nationally ranked architecture school and social work program.