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EBLIDA & OCLC Workshop

EBLIDA & OCLC Workshop

By Ton van Vlimmeren, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Brittany Brannon, Titia van der Werf, Giuseppe Vitiello

EBLIDA - OCLC Online Workshop
virtual

As a part of OCLC Research’s work in documenting how libraries as organizations operate, adapt, and evolve, the OCLC Research team met with global library leaders to discuss emerging library models in response to the changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. They looked at new and evolving practices and policies, possibilities for collaboration, and how these opportunities can benefit their communities into the future.

Topics: New Model Library

Transition and Transformation: Realigning to develop a New Model Library

Transition and Transformation: Realigning to develop a New Model Library

By Lynn Silipigni Connaway

ACRL 2021
virtual

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed higher education and academic libraries. Services and modes of collaboration have had to shift dramatically to adapt to challenges and support the rapidly changing needs of our communities. 

Topics: New Model Library

The New Model Library

The New Model Library

By Brittany Brannon, Lynn Silipigni Connaway Ph.D., Jan Simane, Titia van der Werf

Library leaders had to make immediate changes because of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their workflows and community offerings. This session reflected on their long-term vision for libraries as a result of changing practices and environments.

Topics: New Model Library

OCLC Research Update: Convening, understanding, and sharing

OCLC Research Update: Convening, understanding, and sharing

By Rachel Frick, Lynn Silipigni Connaway, Andrew Pace, Sharon Streams

ALA Midwinter
virtual

This January 2021 update session includes presentations on Resource Sharing, Realigning to develop a New Model Library, Linked Data Research, and Library Learning during COVID-19

Topics: Resource Sharing, New Model Library, Linked Data