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Another chance to see Hosted EZproxy and OCLC WorldShare License Manager in action

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In July, OCLC hosted two Web information sessions exploring new approaches to the management and access of electronic resources. Ensuring optimal usage and accessibility of eContent is critical for libraries as investment and demand for it from an increasingly remote user base grows.

The apt timing of the Webinars meant they were very well attended. So well attended in fact, that we have made the decision to re-run them at the start of September.

Details of both Webinars are given below and as in the previous sessions participants will have ample time to ask the speakers questions on these new developments from OCLC.

'Seamless access to eContent in the cloud' – Thursday 6th September at 2:00pm BST (3:00pm CEST)

Join us to see how adopting a managed authentication solution can dramatically improve access and usage of your electronic resources, by attending this online introduction to OCLC's new hosted EZproxy service.

Register to attend this 'Seamless access to eContent in the cloud'.

'Efficient end-to-end electronic resource management' - Friday 7th September at 2:00pm BST (3.00pm CEST)

In this session we provide a demonstration of WorldShare License Manager and show how it simplifies e-content workflows from selection to discovery, delivery and access. We'll also provide a brief overview of our newly available hosted EZproxy authentication service.

Register to attend 'Efficient end-to-end electronic resource management'

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