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DEC 15

Operating at Webscale: Transforming Library Workflows

and , OCLC Member Services Consultants welcomed more than 75 participants at this event. Held on December 15, 2011, at…

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Daphne Kouretas and Eric Forte, OCLC Member Services Consultants welcomed more than 75 participants at this event. Held on December 15, 2011, at UCLA's Library, this event featured  Gary Strong, University Librarian at UCLA, Char Booth, Instruction Services Manager and E-Learning Librarian at Claremont Colleges, and  Lynne Jacobsen, Associate University Librarian for Information Resources, Collections and Scholarly Communication at Pepperdine University.  George Needham, Vice President of OCLC Global and Regional Councils, and Library Strategist and Consultant, provided the closing keynote on demonstrating value in a Web-scale world.



Resources from this event:

  • Welcome and Introductions

    Daphne Kouretas and Eric Forte, OCLC Member Services Consultants 
  • UCLA: Restructuring for the 21st Century 

    Gary Strong, University Librarian, UCLA 
  • The Research Therapist is in: Reframing Librarianship for Changing Learners

    [ PDF, 112 slides]

    Char Booth, Instruction Services Manager and E-Learning Librarian, Claremont Colleges
  • Case Study: Pepperdine University Libraries Go Web Scale [ PDF, 15 slides]

    Lynne Jacobsen, Associate University Librarian for Information Resources, Collections and Scholarly Communication, Pepperdine University
  • Demonstrating Value in a Web-scale World [ PDF, 34 slides]

    George Needham, Vice President of OCLC Global and Regional Councils, and Library Strategist and Consultant

Start Date

15 December 2011

End Date

15 December 2011

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