Putting "Special" in the "Collective Collection" Forum Blog Post and Slides Now Available

The January meeting convened by Jennifer Schaffner at the New-York Historical Society to discuss Putting “Special” in the “Collective Collection” was a great success. Many thanks to those who were able to attend and contribute to the discussion, and special thanks to those at New-York Historical Society for acting as gracious hosts. Read Jennifer's blog post about the meeting on HangingTogether.org for an overview of the meeting, and download (.pptx: 3.7MB/38 slides) the "Putting 'Special' in the 'Collective Collection'" slides from the OCLC Research website or view them on SlideShare.

For more information:

Jennifer Schaffner
Program Officer

Melissa Renspie
Senior Communications Officer
OCLC Research


Related links:Putting the "Special" in the "Collective Collection" slides

"Special Collections in the Collective Collection" blog post

Jennifer Schaffner's bio page

OCLC Research presentations page

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