This presentation summarized OCLC's findings on the impact of new workflows in the ground-shifting transition from traditional cataloging to linked data platforms, highlighted the integral engagement, participation, and feedback from OCLC members, and attempted to chart a linked data research path for the decade to come.
Recording available on LD4 on YouTube.
File: pdf, 2.5MB Topics: Linked Data
This recorded webinar discusses how the Rutgers University New Brunswick Libraries are using an innovative graduate specialist program to scale research support services, support doctoral and master's student career development, and enrich cross-campus relationships.
File: video, 63 minutes Topics: Student Support, Researcher Support, Works in Progress
In this session with OCLC Research, learn how libraries have strengthened community by connecting, collaborating, and supporting each other amid a tumultuous and ever-shifting landscape.
File: video, 43 minutes Topics: Research Library Partnership
Watch this recorded webinar to learn about how the University of Toronto Libraries is reckoning with both cultural change and the development of culturally appropriate metadata on a system-wide scale.
File: video, 58 minutes Topics: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Works in Progress
This recorded webinar shares practical information and fundamental steps to help participants create user personas for their own projects.
File: video, 58 minutes Topics: Works in Progress
This webinar explains how data from a four-year project to survey and assess audiovisual collections across the Smithsonian Institution is being used to advance the preservation of those materials on a pan-institutional level.
File: video, 54 minutes Topics: Works in Progress, Archives and Special Collections, AV Materials
In this webinar session, we explore the experiences of national and research libraries in linked data exploration, looking at milestones over time.
File: video, 54 minutes Topics: Works in Progress, Linked Data
Watch this webinar to learn about the scope of the infrastructure that supports digital scholarly communications and the financial and organizational strength of the organizations that provide it.
File: video, 59 minutes Topics: Researcher Support
This presentation accompanied a panel discussion of current trends and issues in discovery systems, including a description of value-added full-text linking features, user behaviors and needs identified by transaction log analysis, the implementation of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies in discovery, and plans by the Big Ten Academic Alliance for a collective collection system.
Recording available from CNI on Vimeo
File: pptx, 5.5MB Topics: Collective Collections, Library Trends
Weber shares the suite of tools created by the OCLC Research Library Partnership’s Collection Building and Operational Impacts Working Group, designed to support shared, informed collection building decisions for special collections that factor in the full resources required for ongoing stewardship of a potential acquisition.
Recording available from CNI on Vimeo.
File: pptx, 17.5MB Topics: Archives and Special Collections