Keystone Library Network

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The Keystone Library Network (KLN), founded in 1998, is a consortium of 18 libraries, including the 14 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education's university libraries.[1] The KLN provides its libraries with abstracts and access to 6,739 full-text journals and 10,000 business reports including country reports, industry reports, market research reports, and SWOT analyses.[2]

The KLN maintains library catalogs of its members' holdings through Pennsylvania Inter-Library Online Technology (PILOT). The KLN enables users at each library to simultaneously search a group of shared resources provided by the KLN in addition to searching the individual library’s locally subscribed resources.

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