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JUIN 23

Adopting OCLC WorldShare Management Services: Hear Perspectives from Three Roles in Libraries

Library workflows look very different from different perspectives. Hear three views on adopting WMS and an introduction and an overview…

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Library workflows look very different from different perspectives. Hear three views on adopting WMS and an introduction and an overview of Acquisitions by Matt Goldner, OCLC, the host of the event.

  • Public services view :

    Sally Bryant, Head of Access Services at Pepperdine University
    , discussed how she streamlined policies and how the course reserves transition was even better than expected.

    [Streaming video, 12:33]
  • Cataloging view :

    Becky Culbertson, Cataloging Librarian at The Scripps Research Institute
    , explained the differences in cataloging workflows—comparing a traditional ILS with OCLC WMS.

    [Streaming video, 11:50]
  • Director view :

    Robin Hartman, Director of Library Services at Hope International University
    , talked about the decision and move “to the cloud” and how she influenced her administration to make a change and later presented results realized in support of University goals.

    [Streaming video, 13:13]
  • Overview of OCLC WMS :

    Matt Goldner, OCLC Product and Technology Advocate

    [Streaming video, 08:19]
  • The OCLC WMS Community and Overview of Acquisitions :

    Matt Goldner, OCLC, Product and Technology Advocate

    [Streaming video, 04:48]

Date de début

23 juin 2012

Date de fin

23 juin 2012

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