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OCLC, the world's leading library service and research organization, based in Dublin, Ohio, has been named among Computerworld's "Best Places to Work in IT."
Janet Lees, OCLC Europe, the Middle East and Africa Community Liaison, has announced plans to retire after 31 years with the worldwide library cooperative.
Bishop Grosseteste University is first UK institution to go live with OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services
Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln is the first institution in the UK to go live with OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services (WMS) having successfully implemented the services on Monday.
18 June 2013
Find out how OCLC WorldShare® Management Services provide a new cooperative approach to managing library services, such as integrated acquisitions, cataloging, circulation, patron administration, resource sharing and e-resource management.
21 June 2013
In recent years organizations have begun using data in new and exciting ways. Phrases like “linked data,” “big data,” and “data visualization” have permeated these discussions, signaling a broader trend toward data-driven insight and integration of libraries into the wider Web.
27 June 2013
If you’re attending ALA Annual 2013, join your OCLC colleagues to discover, share and celebrate the accomplishments of your OCLC cooperative.OCLC will be in Booth 1612—come have a conversation with us!Learn more about moving your library to Webscale. Meet with other OCLC members and consult with our team on solutions that will help you serve your library users more effectively. You will have several opportunities during ALA to meet our incoming President and CEO, Skip Prichard. Join us for OCLC events by registering at http://oc.lc/ala2013.
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