Maximizing your investments in OCLC services
Find out how to get resources into users’ hands as fast as possible with OCLC services you already use.
The global pandemic has dramatically accelerated the need to connect library resources with remote users. Our community has experienced an explosive growth of interest in electronic and on-demand library resources that can be distributed with limited physical contact. But exactly how do you meet these evolving needs without impacting your budget? The answer may be simpler than you might think.
Please join us for a one-hour webinar in which OCLC experts and librarians from the Digital Theological Library share their insights and discuss how to get resources into users' hands as fast as possible with OCLC services you may already use. We’ll discuss the importance of accurate WorldCat® holdings, including what they are and how they impact other OCLC services, including WorldCat Discovery, FirstSearch®, WorldShare ILL, WorldCat.org™ and more.
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- Thomas E. Phillips
Executive Director, Digital Theological Library
Dr. Phillips is the Dean of the Library and Professor of New Testament at Claremont School of Theology and the Executive Director of the non-profit corporation, Digital Theological Library (DTL). The DTL operates three libraries including the Digital Theological Library (for seminaries in the developed world), the Global Digital Theological Library (for seminaries in the developing world) and the Open Access Digital Theological Library (free access everywhere).
- Drew Baker
Managing Director, Digital Theological Library
Drew Baker is the Managing Director of the Digital Theological Library. He holds a PhD in Religious Studies from Claremont School of Theology (2014) and an MLIS from San Jose State University (2016).