Everything we do is achieved by working with and on behalf of libraries. This approach improves the global presence for all libraries and each library’s ability to deliver meaningful local service. We continue to invest in the long-term future for libraries with global research, technology solutions, and opportunities for collaboration. If you’re at TLA, let’s connect. Please join us at our TLA sessions (more info below) or stop by booth #2007.
Providing better access, justifying budgets, and connecting collections to institutional outcomes require more than local data. Choreo Insights™—which uses WorldCat holdings data to align collections with institutional focus areas such as diversity, equity, and inclusion—can help illuminate powerful intelligence to guide decision-making.
Read about local decision support from collective intelligence
OCLC Resource Sharing for Groups is a modern consortial borrowing solution that expedites delivery for library users. Participating libraries have all the tools needed to easily lend and borrow resources from group members.
April 21, 2023
1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
To shape-shift services in response to community needs, library staff continuously hone their skills. For 20 years, WebJunction has had a bird's-eye view of library learning trends. This session reveals the year's top topics, those on the horizon, and factors that can make online learning a boon or a bore.
No registration is needed for this session.
April 20, 2023
3:00 pm – 3:50 pm
Exhibit Hall 1
OCLC is built on the power of collaboration and innovation. Our member libraries come together to share data, collections, services, and expertise. Through our technology products, original research, and community programs, we empower libraries to better serve their communities. Come hear from our team about how we work with Texas libraries to make library resources more visible and useful. We'll share updates on WorldShare Management Services, OCLC Wise, the redesigned WorldCat.org, and Choreo Insights, an exciting new analytics solution.