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ArchiveGrid and Related Work webinar outputs available

“The recording, slides, chat transcript, archived tweets and links to additional resources from this OCLC Research webinar are available below as well as on the ArchiveGrid and Related Work webinar page. The webinar recording is also available on YouTube and in iTunes. ArchiveGrid, a discovery system that provides access to detailed archival collection descriptions, was formerly offered as an OCLC subscription service but has recently been made freely available by OCLC Research.” (via OCLC)

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Explore cookbooks and more from libraries around the world with new Cookbook Finder app

“New from OCLC Research, 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. It allows users to search by person, place and topic (e.g., course, ingredient, method, and more), as well as browse related works by author and topic (supplied by the Kindred Works/Recommender API). Results include links to full-text when available from HathiTrust and Project Gutenberg.” (via OCLC)

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Major global publishers to add new content to WorldCat

“OCLC has signed new agreements with leading publishers around the world to add more books, e-books, journals, audiovisual materials and databases to WorldCat, the most comprehensive online database of resources available through libraries worldwide. This new content will be integrated into library management workflows and will be discoverable by users through a variety of OCLC services, such as WorldCat Local and WorldCat.org.” (via OCLC)

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50 more libraries select OCLC WorldShare Management Services

“Fifty additional libraries have selected OCLC WorldShare Management Services this year, choosing the Web-based library management services that simplify back-office operations, streamline library workflows, and provide a powerful discovery and delivery service for library users. WorldShare Management Services offer unified, Web-based applications—from acquisitions and circulation, to metadata and license management, resource sharing and analytics—to streamline workflows, and create new value for their institutions and users.” (via OCLC)

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OCLC and EasyBib create MLA Citation Basics eBook

“OCLC has expanded their partnership with Imagine Easy Solutions, the creators of EasyBib, to provide a series of new quick-reference resources for library staff members, to help improve student information literacy and cite resources correctly. The first of these quick-reference resources is a citation eBook, MLA Citation Basics for MLA 7th Edition. Library staff members can use the eBook in the classroom or provide as a handout for students and faculty” (via OCLC)

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New WorldCat Metadata API will enable OCLC members, partners to build new applications for libraries to catalog in WorldCat

“OCLC has launched the new WorldCat Metadata API that will enable member libraries and partners to build and share applications on the OCLC WorldShare Platform for libraries to catalog their collections in WorldCat. The WorldCat Metadata API supports a variety of cataloging functionality for libraries to catalog their collections in WorldCat. Libraries will be able to create applications with the new API to add new and enrich existing WorldCat bibliographic records, and maintain WorldCat institution holdings and local bibliographic data.” (via OCLC)

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Public libraries partner with Redbox and OCLC to pilot community initiative

“Public libraries were chosen as a launching pad for ‘Outside the Box’ because they are trusted institutions in local neighborhoods,” said Chrystie Hill, Community Relations Director for OCLC. “Like Redbox, libraries are committed to providing access to popular content and programs, to engaging and building communities, and contributing to local development. We’re thrilled to bring five leading libraries together with Redbox and the Project for Public Spaces to kick off this innovative program.” (via OCLC)

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Bishop Grosseteste University is first UK institution to go live with OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services

“Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln is the first institution in the UK to go live with OCLC’s WorldShare Management Services (WMS) having successfully implemented the services on Monday. Bishop Grosseteste University is now among the more than 100 libraries worldwide using OCLC’s cloud-based library management services that easily integrate with institutional systems to help libraries become more efficient with print and electronic workflows.” (via OCLC)

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University of Aruba Library selects OCLC WorldShare Management Services

“University of Aruba (UA) Library has become the first library in the Caribbean to implement OCLC WorldShare Management Services, which provide a Web-based environment that streamlines cataloging, acquisitions, license management and circulation workflows, and offers the WorldCat Local discovery service for its users.” (via OCLC)

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OCLC’s WebJunction Marks 10 Years of Supporting and Serving Libraries

“This month, OCLC’s WebJunction celebrates 10 years as an online learning community for library staff. On May 12, 2003, a celebration at the U.S. Library of Congress marked the launch of WebJunction.org, a new online community dedicated to sharing the knowledge and resources necessary for libraries to successfully provide public access to information.” (via WebJunction)

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