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Archived issues of the OCLC Newsletter

Electronic issues of the OCLC Newsletter listed here are stored in the OCLC Digital Archive. A few older issues are available in print. If you need information from issues older than 1994, contact us.

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  • October/November/December 2003, No. 262 (PDF:1.64Mb /24pp.) Understanding FRBR: The new bibliographic model, CAPCON becomes OCLC CAPCON Service Center
  • July 2003, No. 261 (PDF:2.2Mb /32pp.) CONTENTdm: New life for special collections, University repositories: An extension of the library cooperative
  • April 2003, No. 260 (PDF:2.2Mb /20pp.) WebJunction.org connects communities to the world, The Economics of Digital Preservation
  • January 2003, No. 259 (PDF:21.3Mb /24pp.) The Web after 5 years, Building change into OCLC services

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