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No upcoming Developer Network events are currently scheduled.
21 June 2022
This presentation takes the skills and tools adopted by libraries for dealing with linked data and applies those methodologies, focusing primarily using RDF and SPARQL, and proposes their suitability in retrospective analysis of existing MARC data.
16 June 2022
Mr. Steve Lapommeray of McGill University uses OCLC APIs to enhance acquisitions workflows. During this presentation, he'll share details of API-related projects that he has completed.
07 June 2022
Larry Deck of Concordia University Library will discuss how to make such webservice wrappers with Node.js, using asynchronous calls to OCLC APIs, and caching results locally to speed up repeated queries and avoid abusing OCLC services.
02 June 2022
OCLC and Talis have partnered to offer Talis Aspire, a market-leading course resource list management system, to new and existing customers of OCLC's WorldShare Management Services. During this session, we’ll explore the technical work that made this integration possible.
24 May 2022
DevConnect 2022: "Aboutness"-Based Accreditation - Reporting Holdings by Subject Across Formats and Platforms Using WMS
In this presentation, Emily Fidelman of West Virginia University presents an approach to generating collection analyses using Library of Congress Subject Headings.
19 May 2022
Michelle Echols of West Virginia University will discuss what permissions to request to establish OCLC Integration in MarcEdit and share examples of projects.
11 May 2022
This DevConnect community event will feature short presentations on metadata topics by two speakers: Tomasz Kalata of BookOps/New York Public Library and Daniel Brooks of OCLC.
04 May 2022
During this session, we will share what an API-first development strategy means for libraries and how OCLC APIs are fit for purpose.