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Lethbridge College, Tyndale University and University of New Brunswick now using OCLC WorldShare Management Services

DUBLIN, Ohio, 24 October 2013Lethbridge College, Tyndale University College and Seminary, and University of New Brunswick in Canada are now using OCLC WorldShare Management Services (WMS), moving library management services to the cloud. More than 240 libraries worldwide have selected WMS; more than 150 libraries are currently using the services.

WorldShare Management Services streamline cataloguing, acquisitions, license management and circulation workflows, and offer the WorldCat Local discovery service for library users.

“The move to WMS is the natural transition to the future of information services,” said John Teskey, Director of Libraries, University of New Brunswick (UNB). “The Web is where our users live and we have to be with them.” UNB became an OCLC member in 1989, and Mr. Teskey, along with other member leaders, helped shape and guide the development of WMS as a member of the WMS Advisory Council. UNB was the