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  • Andrew K. Pace (2)



    Utilisation des données liées dans les bibliothèques : de la désillusion à la productivité

    9 July 2020

    Andrew K. Pace

    OCLC has been researching the use of linked data within libraries for more than a decade. It is sometimes difficult to know exactly where the value of linked data lies and what benefits we can derive from it. It is wise, therefore, to consider their usefulness from the point of view of library staff. What does "linked data productivity" mean? What would cataloging linked data change for library staff and end users? This article responds to these questions and provides some perspective on the linked data landscape for libraries. 

    OCLC: Enabling Collaboration and Innovation With and Between Academic Libraries, Nationally and Internationally

    4 April 2018

    Andrew K. Pace

    This chapter, excerpted from Collaboration and the Academic Library, identifies OCLC as an example of academic library cooperation on a global and national scale. It explores OCLC membership and governance structures, cooperative data and services, and reflects on challenges in growing a library cooperative.