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Creating and Sustaining Communities Around Shared Data: The Case of OCLC

by librarian at University of Pittsburgh, OCLC, Cornell University, University of Oregon on Jan 27, 2009

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Presented by Karen Calhoun at the ALCTS Forum, American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Denver CO, 26 January 2009. Discusses community norms and policies for sharing the data that supports the ...

Presented by Karen Calhoun at the ALCTS Forum, American Library Association Midwinter Meeting, Denver CO, 26 January 2009. Discusses community norms and policies for sharing the data that supports the discovery and delivery of library collections; places these in the context of the broader data sharing environment outside libraries; and analyzes the process and rationale for revising OCLC's Guidelines for the Use and Transfer of Records.

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