University of Cincinnati Joins the OCLC Research Library Partnership

We’re excited to announce that the University of Cincinnati has joined the OCLC Research Library Partnership (RLP).

According to the UC Libraries, the mission of the University of Cincinnati Libraries is to “empower discovery, stimulate learning and inspire the creation of knowledge by connecting students, faculty, researchers and scholars to dynamic data, information and resources.” And they outline ten tenets that they practice in pursuit of their mission.

The UC Libraries employ 166 staff, and, according to their website, “support the University of Cincinnati's undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs and includes the Walter C. Langsam Library, the Archives and Rare Books Library, the Donald C. Harrison Health Sciences Library, and eight college and department libraries serving applied science, architecture, art, biology, chemistry, classics, design, education, engineering, geology, health sciences, mathematics, music, physics, and planning.”

In addition to extensive collections, the libraries’ services include access to OhioLINK interlibrary loan, research guides, online resources, computer labs, and technology spaces.

The RLP partner representative is Dan Gottlieb, Associate Director of Business Affairs and Senior Program Officer Rebecca Bryant will serve as their RLP liaison.

We look forward to collaborating with the University of Cincinnati on projects that benefit research and university libraries and their users, including the upcoming OCLC RLP Research Retreat where library leaders will engage, reflect, and connect with peers in thoughtful discussions around core topics central to informing leadership.

The RLP currently comprises 133 Partner institutions around the world.

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