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Redeployment helps staff do more with less

University of Texas at Austin Libraries—Austin, Texas, USA

OCLC cataloging services help university's libraries redeploy staff.

Global library cooperation provides needed access to French-language records

University of Ottawa Libraries—Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Bilingual cataloguing service to 37,000 Canadian students benefits from partnership with Bibliothèque nationale de France

Library users help identify opportunities during challenging times

Marriott Library, University of Utah—Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

In tough economic times, Marriott Library leverages OCLC services to make the most of their reduced collections budget

Connexion: Functionality speeds catalogers' work to give users quick access to new acquisitions

Columbus Metropolitan Library—Columbus, Ohio, USA

Columbus Metropolitan Library users gain quick access to new acquisitions

DVD and VHS titles hit the shelves faster using OCLC cataloging services

Albuquerque/Bernalillo Library System—Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Cataloging Partners: New Mexico's largest public library system streamlines acquisition and cataloging of new titles so users get access sooner

“The ability to quickly report our holdings is important for our students, of course. But international students also benefit from quick and accurate ILL. The innovation of OCLC staff also means that users can take advantage of the latest library apps such as the Google Books ‘Find in a Library’ program and the WorldCat mobile phone app.”

Mary Curran, Head of Cataloguing Services
University of Ottawa