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OCLC Web Seminar

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Steven P Kerchoff <[log in to unmask]>

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[Moderator's note:  I'm forwarding a message from Laura Kreis at OCLC.  Please contact OCLC with any questions about this event.  Contact information is listed at the end of the message.  Thanks.   Steve]


Plan to attend a LIVE web seminar on November 30 to learn more about how
OCLC solutions can help your library.
These web seminars, available at no charge, will include a presentation that
you'll access via the web with audio available by conference call.

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(1) Learn how to give your patrons improved access to your entire
collection.

        Plan to attend this web seminar to learn more about OCLC's
customized cataloging solutions -OCLC Metadata Contract Services and the
OCLC MARC Record Service (OCLC MARS).  OCLC Metadata Contract Services -OCLC
TechPro and OCLC RetroCon-offer a complete range of cataloging and
conversion services for all types of collections. We provide contract
cataloging and physical processing for materials in all bibliographic
formats and about 40 languages, for both long- and short-term solutions.

        OCLC Metadata Contract Services let you add an experienced team of
catalogers to your staff at a price you can afford.  You can improve your
users' search results by providing a complete and upgraded online catalog,
with all of your records in full MARC format.  Our services free your staff
for higher priorities within your library, while giving your users access to
your entire collection -even those you haven't yet found time to catalog.

        To complement these services, we offer the OCLC MARC Record Service
(MARS), providing authority control, bibliographic record upgrading, smart
barcode number generation, ongoing authority updating and notification
services, and record enrichment with tables of contents.   And, if you're
considering a change to a new local system, the time is right for you to
consider authority control.

Seminar name:   OCLC Contract Services
Time:           November 30 from 11:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. EST.
Host:           Chris Mottayaw, OCLC Regional Manager

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(2) Learn how you can improve your library's ILL efficiency.

        Imagine having a new interlibrary loan management tool that allows
your users to get the materials they need more quickly, while you eliminate
all of those paper files that your library currently maintains. With OCLC
ILLiad, your staff saves time by managing all your library's borrowing,
lending, and document delivery through a single, Microsoft Windows-based
staff interface.  It also saves you time and money through online, automated
procedures, improving the efficiency of your ILL department while giving
your staff more powerful tools to use.  And, now that OCLC ILLiad is ISO-ILL
compliant, you can transmit and receive ILL requests from other ISO-ILL
compliant services.

Seminar name:   OCLC ILLiad
Time:           November 30 from 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST.
Host:           Tony Melvyn, OCLC Senior Consulting Product Support
Specialist

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(3)   Learn how to develop your non-English collections affordably.

        Plan to attend this seminar to learn how OCLC Language Sets make it
easy and affordable to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse population
of library users. We make it simple to start or expand your current
collection of materials in the following languages:  Chinese, Japanese,
Korean, Vietnamese, Russian, and Spanish.

        Choose from separate collections for children and adults in several
sizes of pre-selected sets for each language.  You can order just one set or
add sets on a regular basis at a budget-friendly, fixed price.  In addition
to carefully selected current titles, you receive the added value of fullOCLC cataloging for all materials.

What we do for you:
*       Select current bestsellers in Asian, Russian, and Spanish languages
(plus Spanish videos for adults and children)
*       Acquire the items
*       Catalog in full MARC with LC subject headings, Bilindex subject
headings (Spanish titles), and Dewey or LC call numbers
*       Physical processing for your items, if you wish
*       Set your holdings in OCLC WorldCat®
*       Ship your new materials to you at no cost

Seminar name:   OCLC Language Sets
Time:           November 30 from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. EST
Host:           Ron Gardner, OCLC Regional Manager
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(4)  Learn how to build your e-journal collection --with the assurance of
permanent, secure archiving.

        OCLC FirstSearch Electronic Collections Online, a database on the
OCLC FirstSearch service, lets you build and offer your users a collection
of academic and professional journals with the assurance of permanent,
secure archiving.  Your users will appreciate how easily they can search
across journals, view journals by publisher, retrieve articles from those
journals to which you subscribe, and do much more.

        Electronic Collections Online offers access to more than 3,600
academic and professional journals with full-image articles from nearly 60
publishers.  Journals cover a wide range of topics -from science, medicine,
and technology to business, economics, humanities, theology, and social
sciences.

Seminar name:   OCLC Electronic Collections Online
Time:           November 30 from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. EST.
Host:           Paul Cappuzzello, OCLC Regional Manager
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REGISTRATION:  Space for these web seminars is limited, so please register
early.  To register, send the following information via e-mail to
[log in to unmask]: (1) web seminar name, (2) your name and title, (3)
institution name, and (4) your e-mail and phone number.

Details for logging on to the November 30th web seminar will be sent after
you register.  To optimize your experience, you'll need access to the web
during the seminar, as well as a telephone with a mute button.
Additionally, if several staff in your library want to attend, we recommend
a telephone with both speaker and mute functionality.

For more information on these OCLC services, please visit
<http://www.oclc.org/services/>.

If you have questions about the web seminars, please contact OCLC at
1-800-848-5878, ext. 6251, or [log in to unmask]

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