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JAN 27

The Future of OCLC Cataloging, Interlibrary Loan and Discovery at Webscale

Learn about the future of OCLC’s cataloging, interlibrary loan and discovery services.

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During this session, David Whitehair, Senior Product Manager, Metadata Management, Mindy Pozenel, Director, WorldCat Discovery Services, and Katie Birch, Portfolio Director, discussed the future of OCLC's cataloging, discovery and interlibrary loan services. Topics included: new tools for a complete metadata management solution for license, digital and print resources; how expert search features will enhance a compelling staff and user search experience; and a new interlibrary loan service that will transform traditional ILL with a broader set of fulfillment options. This recording is a valuable resource for users of OCLC Cataloging, FirstSearch, WorldCat Local and/or WorldCat Resource Sharing services.

Videos and presentations

Transforming Metadata


12 minutes

Part of The Future of OCLC Cataloging, ILL and Discovery at Webscale meeting, David Whitehair presents Transforming Metadata.

Transforming Discovery


20 minutes

Part of The Future of OCLC Cataloging, ILL and Discovery at Webscale meeting, Mindy Pozenel presents Transforming Discovery.

Transforming Delivery


16 minutes

Part of The Future of OCLC Cataloging, ILL and Discovery at Webscale, OCLC's Katie Birch provides an update on plans for WorldShare Interlibrary Loan, the new service that will replace WorldCat Resource Sharing in 2013.

Date

27 January 2013

Time

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Pacific Standard Time, North America [UTC -8]

Location

Seattle, Washington, USA

Venue

The Conference Center of the Washington State Convention Center, Room LL4–5

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