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OCLC announced today that the UKB consortium of Dutch university libraries and the National Library of the Netherlands have signed a new agreement to move library services to OCLC WorldShare.
More than 320 million records from 88 collections in the award-winning ProQuest ® Central database are now discoverable, and the full text associated with those records is now accessible to mutual subscribers through OCLC WorldCat Discovery...
OCLC Research has released a new report, “Understanding the Collective Collection: Towards a System-wide Perspective on Library Print Collections,” which establishes evidence that has allowed and encouraged libraries to begin the shift from local pro...
OCLC introduces WorldCat Discovery Services, a new suite of cloud-based applications that brings together the FirstSearch and WorldCat Local services. Set to launch in March, the new suite will enable discovery of more than 1.3 billion electronic, di...
LIBROS, the consortium that connects 16 academic libraries in New Mexico, has selected OCLC WorldShare Management Services as its new cloud-based library management system.
A custom version of OCLC’s Article Exchange document delivery tool is now available for use by OCLC resource sharing subscribers.
The Private Academic Library Network of Indiana (PALNI), which provides library automation services to 23 institutions, is the first academic group to select OCLC WorldShare Management Services as its cloud-based library management system.
Connexion client version 2.50 is now available for download. You will be required to upgrade to version 2.50 by 31 March 2014. An upgrade warning message will begin appearing when you start version 2.40 beginning in early February 2013.
A new collaboration between OCLC and ProQuest automates the process to keep e-book holdings from ebrary and EBL – Ebook Library up to date in WorldCat and library catalogs and offers current links to library users for easy access to those titles. The...
New report on Scottish literature suggests Robert Louis Stevenson
may be country’s most influential author
An analysis by OCLC Research reveals that the novel by Robert Louis Stevenson is the Scottish work most widely republished and most widely held by the world’s libraries.
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