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What is GreenGlass Group Functionality?
GreenGlass Group Functionality: Supporting shared-print projects that focus on monographs.
From Branches to Roots: An in-depth demo of using WorldCat for genealogical research
Watch this video to learn how to use WorldCat for genealogical research.
July changes to OCLC WorldShare® Interlibrary Loan continue to reflect input from the OCLC ILL community. Several user-suggested enhancements were included with this release.
This month, four collections are featured on the OCLC website. The featured collections for July are...
09 August 2016
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09 August 2016
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10 August 2016
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This new report begins by suggesting very low-overhead ways to start a research data management program and goes on to describe services that can be added to build out the program.
This brief document explores the pros and cons of seven possible research data management funding sources. It also describes the current circumstances in seven countries outside the U.S.
Involve your community in local history
Find out how the Douglas County History Research Center expanded their collection through cooperation with local organizations.
Streamline staff workflows and consolidate resource access
Find out how the University of KwaZulu-Natal improved user services and the use of staff resources.
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