OCLC Research Webinar Recordings Available Online and in iTunes

There are now a total of 37 OCLC Research podcasts and webinars available on the OCLC Research Web site and in iTunes.

The three latest webinar recordings are:

  • From 11 May: MissingMaterials.org webinar, which gives an overview of the free MissingMaterials.org process that shares reliable information about missing rare books and other materials at the network level to help identify stolen materials, recover missing items and deter future crimes.
  • From 6 May: Greening Interlibrary Loan webinar, in which Dennis Massie, OCLC Research program officer and author of the report, Greening Interlibrary Loan Practices, discusses a study of current resource sharing practices recently undertaken by a team of environmental impact consultants and discloses key recommendations and best practices.
  • From 29 April: OCLC Research Technical Advances for Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions Webinar Series: Mobile Development, in which OCLC Research consulting software engineer Bruce Washburn provides a brief update on current conditions, discusses choices to be made between "native" and Web mobile application development paths, looks at some recent efforts, and considers the impact our mobile apps might have now and in the near term.
A complete list of webinars is available online on the OCLC Research Webinars page and the Technical Advances for Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions (TAI CHI) Webinar Series page, as well as in iTunes.

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OCLC Research Webinars

Technical Advances for Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions (TAI CHI) Webinar Series

OCLC Research Podcasts and Webinars in iTunes

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Melissa Renspie
Senior Communications Officer
OCLC Research

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