OCLC Research is continually expanding the boundaries of library and information science research. Find out about our newest achievements and findings here. We're also out in the world in a very real way, participating in many conferences and meetings, as well as hosting our own. Discover where we'll be next.
2 December 2015
Exclusively for OCLC Research Library Partners this meeting will focus on information exchange and updates of OCLC Research Library Partner interest. It takes place at the Woodward Centre, University of Melbourne, in Melbourne, Australia on Wednesday, 2 December 2015. #orlp
View this presentation to learn more about ISNI, the organizational and service infrastructure behind it, and OCLC's role as the ISNI database administrator and assignment agent.
#oclcresearch #isni #euroCRIS15
View these slides for a look beyond data formats to the potential improvements they can deliver to library workflows. #oclcresearch #linkeddata #LITAforum
OCLC Research to host visualization techniques workshop for librarians and eHumanities researchers in Leiden on 26 November
Co-sponsored by The Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), registration for this free event is open to anyone interested in visualization techniques until 19 November. #oclcresearch #NWONieuws
OCLC Research TAI CHI webinar recording available: How you can make the transition from MARC to linked data easier
View this webinar recording to learn what can be done now to make it easier to transform text strings in MARC data into the entity-"things" we later expose as linked data that others can consume. #oclcresearch #linkeddata
This compilation provides a sequential overview of some of our user behavior research findings that articulate the need for the design of future library services to be all about the user. #oclcresearch
26 November 2015 - 26 November 2015
This workshop brings together librarians and researchers within the fields of algorithms, visual analytics and humanities to discuss the design, utility and practical applications of visualization within the library sector and the eHumanities.
02 December 2015
Exclusively for OCLC Research Library Partners, this meeting will focus on information exchange and updates of OCLC Research Library Partner interest #orlp
03 December 2015
Standards for archival description have been in place for more than thirty years, but what does actual practice look like? In this webinar, OCLC Research Program Officer Jackie Dooley will give an overview of her deep dive into the four million records for archival materials in WorldCat. #orlp
05 November 2015
View this webinar recording to learn what metadata specialists can do now to make it easier to transform text strings in MARC data into the entity-“things” we later expose as linked data that others can consume. #oclcresearch #linkeddata