Hong Kong (China)
Dempsey discusses how working at the consortial level can scale capacity, learning, innovation, and influence, but requires balancing library and consortial roles.
File: pptx, 33.1MB Topics: Library Consortia, Sourcing and Scaling
Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri (USA).
Lorcan Dempsey, Vice President of Membership and Research, and Chief Strategist, at OCLC discusses three trends that are changing the character of library collections: the facilitated collection, the collective collection, and the inside-out collection.
File: pptx, 11.8MB Topics: Collective Collections
Dempsey shares OCLC Research's exploration of the national presence of countries in the published record - and in particular the cultural patterns and trends that can be discerned by exploring Ireland in the published record.
File: pptx, 6.1MB Topics: National Presence
Dempsey provides an in-depth look into library collection trends, including collective collections, reconfiguration of research work, and reconfiguration of information space.
File: pptx, 12.2MB Topics: Collective Collections
Cincinnati, Ohio (USA)
Learn about new and evolving directions in collection management in libraries, including concepts such as inside out collections, facilitated collections, and collective collections.
File: pptx, 23.3MB Topics: Collective Collections
West Lafayette, Indiana (USA)
In this presentation, Dempsey examines the Big Ten Academic Alliance Collective Collection, showing trends and directions in collection management for the future.
File: pptx, 30.3MB Topics: Collective Collections
Urbana–Champaign, Illinois (USA)
Dempsey delves into the rich and evolving ecosystem of collections, and how changes in research workflow and the network information space are changing our view of collections.
File: pptx, 11.5MB Topics: Collective Collections
Princeton, New Jersey (USA)
Learn about future directions of collection management from Lorcan Dempsey, Vice President of Membership and Research, including concepts of the inside out collection, facilitated collection, and collective collection.
File: pptx, 9.7MB Topics: Collective Collections