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The Evolving Collection and Shift to Open

The Evolving Collection and Shift to Open

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Cathy King

Research Information Exchange
Melbourne, Australia

OCLC Research and Product Services team up to share results from the OCLC Global Council Open Content Survey, which received 705 responses in 82 countries, and show how OCLC is committed to increasing access and integrating open content into its services.

File: pptx, 26.9MB   Topics: Open Access, Collective Collections, Collection Management

OCLC RLP Collection Building and Operational Impacts Working Group Update

OCLC RLP Collection Building and Operational Impacts Working Group Update (video)

By Chela Scott Weber, Gordon Daines, Carrie Hintz, Mary Kidd

In this webinar, the Collection Building and Operational Impacts Working Group shares its work to explore the intersections between current collecting and collection management practices; seek ways to better integrate collection management considerations into the collection development process; and bring together colleagues across these important, interdependent functions.

File: video, 52 minutes   Topics: Research Library Partnership, Collection Management, Works in Progress

Collections, the Network, and Library Collaboration

Collections, the Network, and Library Collaboration

By Lorcan Dempsey

University of Minnesota Libraries
Minneapolis, MN (USA)

Dempsey discusses the changing role of collections in research libraries and trends including inside out, facilitated, and collective collections.

File: pptx, 12.5MB   Topics: Collective Collections, Collection Management, Library Consortia

The Changing Nature of Collections in a Network Environment

The Changing Nature of Collections in a Network Environment

By Lorcan Dempsey

TRY Library Staff Conference
Toronto (Canada)

Dempsey explores concepts of the changing nature of collections. While collections remain central to research library services and mission, the concept of the collection has in fact changed, to the extent that boundaries between collections and other service areas are blurring.

File: pptx, 18.4MB   Topics: Collection Management, Library Futures, Library Trends