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OCT 21

OCLC Member Forum – Phoenix, Arizona

Join your colleagues for a day of robust discussions about the OCLC services you use.

Utilizing the power of the cooperative

OCLC is coming to Phoenix on October 21...register today!

Join us at Burton Barr Central Library for an OCLC Member Forum, where we will discuss the latest in OCLC Cataloging and Metadata, FirstSearch and Discovery, and Resource Sharing.

This event brings together member library staff and OCLC staff to share ideas, influence OCLC strategic direction and plans, and discuss best practices for how you can get the most from these services. Even better, there are no registration fees, and we’ll provide lunch.

Register to attend

Date

21 October 2014

Time

10:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Mountain Standard Time, North America [UTC -7]

Location

Phoenix, Arizona

Venue

Burton Barr Central Library

Through interactive and robust discussions with colleagues and OCLC experts, you will learn how to:

  • Gain greater efficiencies for the services you use
  • Maximize these services to best serve your users
  • Take advantage of the ways in which OCLC is working with members to advance their libraries. 

Take part in a day of community, conversation and discussion with your colleagues and utilize the power of your membership in the OCLC cooperative.

We have a flexible agenda planned that gives your conversations with each other the center stage. It includes:

  • A welcome and brief introduction
  • Breakout sessions on OCLC cataloging, resource sharing and discovery services
  • Lunch
  • Roundtable discussion
  • Q&A

Check this page from time to time for updates, including agenda changes. Look for directions and parking information in a reminder e-mail we'll send you about a week before the event you've registered to attend. 

We look forward to seeing you. 

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OCLC Member Forums will be held in more than 20 locations in fall 2014. See the full list of events.