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OCLC Abstracts is a weekly e-publication that provides news and information about OCLC services, programs and research, along with a story that highlights the latest research in the technology, economic or social landscape.

Recent Issues of OCLC Abstracts

  • Vol. 19, No. 48

    In this issue: Please join us at our ALA Midwinter events; Facebook remains the most popular social network; View the OCLC Annual Report; From Next, the OCLC blog: Ranganathan on shyness: Get over it! Featured Video: Montana Memory Project

  • Vol. 19, No. 47

    In this issue: University of Gloucestershire selects WMS; Is audio the future of the book? View the OCLC Annual Report; From Next, the OCLC blog: The power of library content to connect us…personally; Featured Member: Bryant University

  • Vol. 19, No. 46

    In this issue: Madeleine Lefebvre, Jacques Malschaert join OCLC Board of Trustees; Neural network learns to judge (some) books by their covers; From Next, the OCLC blog: Help name our new ILL service; Featured Member: ADA University

  • Vol. 19, No. 45

    In this issue: One million unique Italian records now in WorldCat; View the FY16 OCLC Annual Report; From Next, the OCLC blog: “We are stronger when we can solve problems collaboratively”; Featured Video: Our cooperative, our future

  • Vol. 19, No. 44

    In this issue: OCLC Annual Report now available; Featured CONTENTdm collections for November; Featured Video: Montana Memory Project

  • Vol. 19, No. 43

    In this issue: Murdoch University will be the first in Australia to use SCS; Regional Council nominations due 26 Oct.; From Next, the OCLC blog: Are you too comfortable in your culture?; Featured Member: Indiana Historical Society

  • Vol. 19, No. 42

    In this issue: EAST libraries use SCS to identify monographs for retention; Smartphones don’t bridge the digital divide; Call for candidates; From Next, the OCLC blog: Benchmarking print book collections; Featured Group: CI–CCI

  • Vol. 19, No. 41

    In this issue: Wikimedia Foundation to fund Wikipedian-in-Residence for OCLC project; 2016 top brands drive change; Call for candidates; From Next, the OCLC blog: Beating Watson at a different game; Featured Member: John Cabot University

  • Vol. 19, No. 40

    In this issue: Happy Customer Service Week to library staff everywhere; Consumers looking for more convenience to simplify their lives; OCLC sponsoring student registrants for ASIS&T annual meeting; Featured Member: Butler University

  • Vol. 19, No. 39

    In this issue: OCLC, SCONUL partner for virtual reference; Libraries help people decide what information to trust; Send your best button slogan; From Next, the OCLC blog: Five steps to strong library programs; Featured Library Group: Ask–WA