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Cooperative Reference Service and AskERIC

Icon Written by John Shannon on January 15, 2002 – 7:56 PM

PAULA RUMBAUGH of OCLC will discuss the Cooperative Reference Service being developed by OCLC in cooperation with the Library of Congress and several other library groups. She will demonstrate the service from both the patron and librarian side. and JUDY WAGNER of ERIC will talk about the AskERIC service from both the Clearinghouse and user […]

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All About CORC (Cooperative Online Resource Catalog)

Icon Written by John Shannon on November 21, 2000 – 5:55 PM

Are you tired of thrashing around in the Web swamp? CORC is one solution to the problem! Libraries can use CORC to identify, select, catalog, maintain, and access Web resources. Come to this CO-ASIST program to learn about: The background on CORC–what, why, and OCLC’s vision for its future (Sharon Bosarge, OCLC) The public-service aspects […]

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Knowledge Management: Getting Beyond the Hype

Icon Written by John Shannon on November 30, 1999 – 5:23 PM

Speaker: Erik Jul, OCLC Institute Mr. Jul addressed Knowledge Management’s potential impact on libraries and information specialists.

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