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Search for a wide range of physical and electronic resources from TRAILS member institutions, including books, periodicals, and open access materials.

Helping Academic Libraries
To Help Montana.

25

Member Institutions

49,500+

Students, Faculty, & Researchers

4,000,000+

Over 4 million

library items

1

Consortium

MAXIMIZED RETURN ON INVESTMENT

Buying collectively is the most cost-effective way to purchase high-quality resources, which enables members to participate in a greater number of consortial offerings that will ultimately serve a greater number faculty, students, and researchers

ENHANCED TEACHING & RESEARCH

Seamless collection sharing facilitates the development of new and shared statewide curricula. Because of cost savings, members can purchase high-impact, cutting-edge materials that are critical for research support and potential commercial developments in research departments and centers of innovation.

IMPROVED USER EXPERIENCE

Students will interact with a more consistent set of resources, services, and interfaces as they move from advanced-placement high school classes or community colleges, to four-year institutions and graduate schools.

SHARED EXPERTISE

The collective expertise and experience of MT library employees are incalculable; TRAILS members contribute to and benefit from this shared knowledge via consortial committees, an online forum, and an annual conference.

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Contact

Pamela Benjamin
Statewide Academic Libraries Coordinator
TRAILS (Treasure State Academic Information & Library Services)

 

P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT 59717-3320


406.994.4432
pamela.benjamin1@montana.edu

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