Sustaining Art Research Collections: Case Studies in Collaboration
18 April 2023
Dennis Massie, Chela Scott Weber, Mercy Procaccini, Brian Lavoie
This report shares recommendations for building successful collaborations and identifies typical challenges library partnerships navigate based on case study research of current art library collaborations.
Sustaining Art Research Collections: Using Data to Explore Collaboration
15 February 2023
Brian Lavoie, Dennis Massie, Chela Scott Weber
This report explores collaboration opportunities between art, academic, and independent research libraries by analyzing WorldCat bibliographic and holdings data and WorldShare interlibrary loan transaction data.
Public Health Crisis Management Playbook for Archives, Libraries, and Museums
1 September 2022
REopening Archives, Libraries, and Museums (REALM) project
Develop a plan for your institution to navigate and recover from a public health emergency with the Public Health Crisis Management Playbook for Archives, Libraries, and Museums. This free resource supports cultural heritage institutions in planning for a significant public health emergency.
Public Libraries: Marketing and Communications Landscape
20 June 2018
In this report, OCLC shares results from a survey of US public libraries on how they communicate and actively engage with their community. Survey questions covered library marketing concerns and barriers, communication channels, and how libraries use email marketing and social media to increase community library awareness.
From Awareness to Funding: Voter Perceptions and Support of Public Libraries in 2018
21 March 2018
In 2018, OCLC, ALA, and PLA conducted research of US voter support of libraries to examine the awareness, attitudes, and underlying motivations among US voters for supporting library funding. This report outlines findings and compares it to a similar survey conducted in 2008.
OCLC Research: 2015 Activity Report
29 February 2016
OCLC Research: 2014 Highlights
3 December 2015
Making Archival and Special Collections More Accessible
21 May 2015
OCLC Research: 2013 Activity Report
8 April 2014