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Welcome to OCLC eNews for Australia and New Zealand. OCLC eNews helps our members in Australia and New Zealand connect with the latest OCLC research, advocacy, campaigns and products.


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JUST RELEASED!

eNews Issue 14

  • National Library of New Zealand to move national bibliographic services to OCLC;
  • 20% off the last full or abridged print edition of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system;
  • An open invitation to the OCLC Asia Pacific Regional Council Conference;
  • plus more Member news.

RECENT ISSUES


  • OCLC eNews: Australia and New Zealand, Issue 7

    In this edition of eNews OCLC invites you to attend a breakfast session at LIANZA 2014; Skip Prichard, OCLC President and CEO sends a message to members; and much more.

  • OCLC eNews: Australia and New Zealand, Issue 6

    In this edition of eNews we celebrate libraries in Australia implementing OCLC WorldShare Management Services; feature Picture South Perth; and much more.

  • OCLC eNews: Australia and New Zealand, Issue 5

    In this edition of eNews, we focus on the release of Amlib V6.0, EZproxy in Australia and New Zealand; our new partnership with FamilySearch International; extending a warm welcome to new OCLC staff members; and much more.

  • OCLC eNews: Australia and New Zealand, Issue 4

    In this edition of eNews, we focus on EZproxy in Australia and New Zealand; WorldCat Discovery Services; meeting the E-Resources Challenge; and much more.

  • OCLC eNews: Australia and New Zealand, Issue 3

    In this edition of eNews, we focus on the OCLC 2012-2103 Annual Report; the WorldShare Platform; Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs); and much more.

  • OCLC eNews: Australia and New Zealand, Issue 2

    In this edition of eNews, we focus on OCLC WorldShare Interlibrary Loan enhancements; the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system; the OCLC Library and Information Science (LIS) Education Program; and much more. 

  • OCLC eNews: Australia and New Zealand, Issue 1

    Libraries in Australia now live with OCLC WorldShare Management Services; 27 libraries in Australia and New Zealand make collections available online with OCLC’s CONTENTdm; CONTENTdm Featured Collection, plus more partner news.