OCLC is working to implement a single sign in across many of its Web properties. Currently, the user account you create manages your sign in and profile on the following OCLC web properties and resources.
WebJunction's mission is to promote learning for all library staff by providing open, affordable online learning communities. With resources and training on library technologies, management, and services, along with public access in small and rural libraries, WebJunction ensures that public librarians are equpped to meet local needs in their communities.
Your account and profile enable you to participate in discussion groups and forums on WebJunction.
WorldCat.org is a Web portal to the WorldCat global catalog with a supporting program of data syndication that makes your library's collection discoverable virtually anywhere on the Web. WorldCat.org allows more people outside the traditional library environment to find your reliable information and assistance through the Web sites they use every day.
With a WorldCat.org account and profile, you can build WorldCat Lists, set favorites and write reviews about any of the millions of items in WorldCat.
Currently, you can use this sign in for these standalone User Support Centers only:
For login information, contact your OCLC Implementation Manager.
Some OCLC Web properties are not yet using this single sign-in option. Those with independent login requirements include:
When you create an account and sign in, you will be able to order OCLC professional services for libraries, manage details about your library’s account information with OCLC and view OCLC invoices and statements. Libraries outside of the United States, Canada and Latin America can use the Online Service Center to order Batchload Services, eSerials, Bibliographic Notification, and Digital Collection Gateway. Please contact OCLC to purchase all other OCLC services in other regions.
Through OCLC Product Services, you can download reports, records, macros, scripts and software related to OCLC products and services being used by your library as well as upload specific files for batchload or WorldCat Collection Analysis. You can use your existing nine-digit OCLC service authorization to sign into this resource.
Track statistics related to your library's use of FirstSearch, WorldCat Local, WorldCat Resource Sharing and Connexion cataloging. You can use your existing nine-digit OCLC service authorization to sign into this resource.
Stay up-to-date with the news of the OCLC membership, Global and Regional Council meetings and OCLC strategy and product developments.
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