10 June 2014 - 12 June 2014
Exclusively for OCLC Research Library Partners, this gathering will focus on supporting the academic research process. Tweet: #orlp
27 March 2014 - 27 March 2014
Library managers, collection development officers, consortium administrators and others interested in shared print were invited and encouraged to attend this event co-sponsored by OCLC Research, the CIC and The Ohio State University Library, with support from OhioLINK. #regionalprint
Also of Interest
SHARES is a membership-wide program of expedited, cost-saving interlibrary lending that also develops innovative new methods to improve collections sharing.
Cookbook Finder is an experimental, works-based application that provides access to thousands of cookbooks and other works about food and nutrition described in library records.
The WorldCat Live! API provides a real-time stream of newly added records of library collections and published materials to WorldCat, the world's largest online database for discovery of library resources.
View the video of Dan Cohen's "Inside the Digital Public Library of America" presentation for insights into the DPLA's creation, how it functions as a portal and platform, what's underway, and what's to come.
Karen Smith-Yoshimura and Micah Altman's (MIT Libraries) slides from their presentation at the CNI Spring 2014 Membership Meeting, along with a draft report for community review and feedback, are now available online.
Brian Lavoie discusses framework for thinking about the evolving scholarly record in new presentation
Slides from Brian Lavoie’s "The Evolving Scholarly Record: Scope, Stakeholders and Stewardship" presentation at the CNI Spring 2014 Membership Meeting are now available for downloading or viewing on SlideShare.
Understanding the Collective Collection: Towards a System-wide Perspective on Library Print Collections
Things to play with and think about.
OCLC's research laboratory. ResearchWorks demonstrates a few of our ideas for applying new technologies to organize information.
OCLC Research is one of the world’s leading centers devoted exclusively to the challenges facing libraries and archives in a rapidly changing information technology environment. Our mission is to expand knowledge that advances OCLC’s public purposes of furthering access to the world’s information and reducing library costs.