Combining systems to work more efficiently
Learn how the Naturalis Biodiversity Center in the Netherlands merged three library systems to effectively address the needs of their staff and users.
Sharing resources with fewer clicks
Library staff at the University of Saint Francis can fill requests with fewer steps from wherever it’s convenient to work thanks to their new cloud-based ILL management system.
We have never been neutral
In this OCLC Distinguished Seminar Series presentation, Dr. Kimberly Christen challenged the concept that library and archive practices are neutral and nonbiased and traced the often violent histories of collecting and constructing the public domain.
Regional focus with a global reach
New Zealand libraries are sharing data and workflows in Te Puna, their national bibliographic system, using a new cloud-based platform, where IT costs are lower and system upgrades are seamless.
In 2010, staff at the Fort Worth (Texas) Library started managing their digital collections with CONTENTdm.
University College Dublin to use OCLC Sustainable Collection Services to transform library collections
University College Dublin (UCD), one of Europe's leading research-intensive universities, will use OCLC Sustainable Collection Services (SCS) to tackle collection management challenges as it redefines its library services and facilities.
The U.S. Department of State has selected OCLC WorldShare Management Services, the library management system that offers more efficient back-office operations, integrated services, and a single-search discovery interface for library users.
31 January 2018
Connect with OCLC at the Ontario Library Association's Super Conference in Toronto, ON.
09 February 2018
Join our OCLC programs and events at ALA Midwinter, and visit us at OCLC booth 1216 where we will feature several conversations about our key products, services, and initiatives.
12 February 2018
Time: 19:00 – 02:30 Eastern Standard Time, Australia [UTC +10]
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