16 February 2015 / Vol. 18 No. 7 / ISSN 1932-4847
The University of KwaZulu-Natal Library is now using OCLC WorldShare Management Services (WMS) as its library management system. KwaZulu-Natal becomes the first institution in Africa and one of the more than 300 libraries currently using WMS. More »
What trends and technologies will drive educational change in the future? This new report identifies six key trends, six significant challenges and six important developments in educational technology over the next five years, giving campus leaders and practitioners a guide for strategic planning. More »
Five U.S. public libraries have been selected as participants in the 2015 activities of Health Happens in Libraries, a program run in partnership by OCLC WebJunction and ZeroDivide and funded through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Staff at these libraries will plan and implement community health activities that will establish or deepen local partnerships to bring meaningful health services to their communities. More »
25 February 2015
OCLC Best of Show Virtual Conference
Whether you missed a session or the entire ALA Midwinter Meeting, the “Best of Show” Virtual Conference is a great way to connect with your cooperative. Join from anywhere to see a live presentation of the OCLC Update and other sessions from Midwinter.
Venue: Virtual Conference
Time: 12:00 PM–04:00 PM U.S. EST [UTC -5]
Learn from OCLC libraries around the world
A “Health Happens in Libraries” partner, Miami Public Library (MPL) serves more than 13,500 residents in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, USA. Through data-driven programs and strategic partnerships, MPL has established strong health information services to support the health literacy skills of staff and users alike. More »
Number of records in WorldCat linking to digitized local library content:
WorldCat is a set of databases that together comprise the most comprehensive global network of data about library collections and services. WorldCat data is contributed, maintained and shared by libraries around the world. It is managed and enhanced by OCLC. Learn more »
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