OCLC Research Updates
Quarterly news and project updates from around the OCLC Membership and Research Division.
March-May 2020 (PDF)
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October–December 2018 (PDF)
The OCLC Research YouTube Channel includes videos featuring project updates as well as OCLC Research Library Partnership Works in Progress webinars.
OCLC Library Landscape Analysis
Above the Fold
Above the Fold was an electronic publication that sought to bring attention to items of interest from beyond our normal reading sphere.
OCLC Research Quarterly Highlights
OCLC Research Quarterly Highlights was a periodic roundup of news, events, publications, prototypes, and other activities of OCLC Research, the OCLC Innovation Lab, and the OCLC Research Library Partnership.
This publication served a broad online readership and consisted mainly of selected content from the previous quarter, with pointers to original items on the OCLC Research website.
OCLC Research Quarterly Highlights ceased publication in July 2014.
A bimonthly Web newsletter of reports on evolving practices and technology for digitizing materials and digital preservation of research collections, as well as in-depth coverage of notable projects in the field.
The newsletter was conceived by the RLG preservation community. It was produced by staff in the Department of Research, Cornell University Library, in consultation with RLG and, later, the RLG Programs unit of OCLC Programs & Research. With the exception of Volume 1 (1997) it was published six times a year.
RLG DigiNews ceased publication after the April 15, 2007 issue (Vol. 11, no. 1).
A bimonthly electronic newsletter for users of RLG's information resources and services.
A printed version of RLG Focus was published from 1993-2001.
RLG Focus ceased publication after Issue 80 (June, 2006).
RLG News was a full-color news magazine featuring current RLG news, events, programs, and services.
RLG News ceased publication after the Spring 2006 issue.
Every month, this e-mail newsletter kept RLG users updated with all the latest news from RLG. Designed especially for RLG members, it provided the inside scoop on important new member projects and working groups.
TopShelf ceased publication after the April 2006 issue.