OCLC Research Library Partnership Welcomes Two New Partners from Australia: Monash University and University of Queensland

We are pleased to report that two universities have joined the OCLC Research Library Partnership in the past month:  Monash University and the University of Queensland.  We are also pleased to welcome our new Partner Representatives:  Monash's Ms. Cathrine Harboe-Ree, University Librarian, and Queensland's Mr. Robert Gerrity, University Librarian. (Bob was most recently the AUL for Systems & Information Technology at Boston College.)  We look forward to collaborating with them to help make operational processes more efficient and to shape new scholarly services.

The OCLC Research Library Partnership is currently comprised of 160 Partner institutions.  A list of current Partners is available online.

For more information:

Nancy Elkington
Director, Partner Relations
OCLC Research

Melissa Renspie
Senior Communications Officer
OCLC Research


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