Presentations

The Powers of Consortia: Scaling Capacity, Learning, Innovation and Influence

The Powers of Consortia: Scaling Capacity, Learning, Innovation and Influence

By Lorcan Dempsey

JULAC 50th Anniversary Conference
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

Research Information Management and the Role of the Library

Research Information Management and the Role of the Library (video)

By Rebecca Bryant, Simon Huggard

This webinar provides an overview of OCLC Research's position paper, Research Information Management: Defining RIM and the Library’s Role, and discusses the value proposition and role of libraries in research information management.

File: video, 54 minutes   Topics: Research Information Management, Research Library Partnership

Libraries and the University Research Enterprise: An International Perspective

Libraries and the University Research Enterprise: An International Perspective

By Rebecca Bryant, Simon Huggard, Anne Rauh

Charleston Conference
Charleston, South Carolina (USA)

This presentation is an outcome of collaborative research by librarians practicing on three continents through the OCLC Research Library Partnership, and is part of a growing body of research information management research to support libraries, researchers, and institutions.

File: pptx, 10.2MB   Topics: Research Information Management

The Interoperability Imperative for Libraries: Supporting Scholarly Services and Workflows

The Interoperability Imperative for Libraries: Supporting Scholarly Services and Workflows

By Rebecca Bryant, Roy Tennant

OCLC Research LIbrary Partnership Meeting
Baltimore, Maryland (USA)

A mix of presentations and exercises, this event of the OCLC Research Library Partnership explored the areas of research data management and research information management and the library's evolving role in these areas institutionally.

File: pptx, 12.2MB   Topics: Research Information Management

On Shapes and Sizes: Measuring Diversity of Technological Engagement Through Digital Visitors and Residents Maps

On Shapes and Sizes: Measuring Diversity of Technological Engagement Through Digital Visitors and Residents Maps

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway, William Harvey, Erin M. Hood

On Shapes and Sizes: Measuring Diversity of Technological Engagement Through Digital Visitors and Residents Maps
Washington, D.C. (USA)

User Studies researchers share findings from the Digital Visitors and Residents project, including how students and faculty engage with technology and library resources online and in person.

File: pptx, 11.3MB   Topics: Digital Visitors and Residents, User Research

Smarter Data for Smarter Libraries

Smarter Data for Smarter Libraries

By Rachel Frick, Jeff Mixter

OCLC Americas Regional Council
Baltimore, Maryland (USA)

Frick and Mixter make the case for viewing collections as data, how analyzing institutional repository data can provide intelligence on how library materials are being used, the importance of analytics, and OCLC's work in and support of IIIF.

File: pptx, 53.4MB   Topics: IIIF, Research Data Management