Philadelphia, PA, USA
In this session, OCLC staff highlighted recent examples of OCLC Research’s collaborative initiatives, presented on a multi-sector collaboration with public libraries in response to the opioid epidemic and discussed OCLC’s current initiatives around operationalizing linked data.
File: video Topics: Opioid Crisis, Linked Data, Research Library Partnership
Phoenix, Arizona, USA
In this video, OCLC's Chip Nilges and OCLC Research Library Partnership Executive Director Rachel Frick provide an update on OCLC's work on open content strategy.
File: video, 39 minutes Topics: Open Access
Program officers and researchers share recent OCLC Research into European practices related to linked data, research data management, persistent identifiers, open access, and research information management.
File: pptx, 15.3MB Topics: Research Library Partnership, Linked Data, Research Data Management, Research Information Management, Open Access
Rachel Frick, Executive Director of the OCLC Research Library Partnership, hosts this webinar that provides an RLP program overview, information about RLP programs and events, and how the RLP is refining its focus.
File: video, 22 minutes Topics: Research Library Partnership, Works in Progress
Leiden, The Netherlands
At this mini-symposium in Leiden, guests learned about recent collaborative work done in the area of RDM by OCLC Research and its network partners.
File: video, multiple recordings Topics: Research Data Management
Leiden (The Netherlands)
At this mini-symposium in Leiden, Rachel Frick shared details of recent collaborative work done in the area of research data management by OCLC Research and its network partners.
File: pptx, 17.8MB Topics: Research Data Management
Frick shares trends in collection management, and the role of persistent identifiers in research information management.
File: pptx, 16.1MB
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