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OCLC

Online Computer Library Center
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Dublin, Ohio: OCLC Online Computer Library Center, 2006.
Kilgour created the OCLC Online Computer Library Center, which developed into the library network now linking 55,000 institutions in 110 countries.
In addition the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) announced earlier this year a change to WorldCat, a database maintained by OCLC that merges the online catalogues of libraries worldwide.
More of the same kind of information, along with a list of the libraries that have lendable copies, can be found from the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), AKA FirstSearch database, which is accessible through most large city and university libraries.
The Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) Open WorldCat project is an important centralized service that is now making library holdings information accessible worldwide via Internet search engines like Google and Yahoo.
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA; Bethesda, MD) has acquired the Public Affairs Information Service (PAIS), publishers of the "PAIS International" and "PALS Archive" databases, from OCLC Online Computer Library Center (Dublin, OH).
Participating in this nationwide, preservation program are eight institutions, including the OCLC Online Computer Library Center Inc.
Dewey guy must have been a bigot, and the Online Computer Library Center that owns the DDC must be some right-wing Christian evangelist group.
Currently, the university is looking forward to improving its service with tools like the one offered by Online Computer Library Center Inc.
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle is giving $9 million over three years to the Online Computer Library Center in Dublin, Ohio, to build a Web-based public access computing portal for public libraries and other groups that provide open access to information.
Employing a staff of over 250, the MIT Libraries maintain membership in the Association of Research Libraries, the International Association of Technological University Libraries, the Online Computer Library Center, and the Boston Library Consortium.
Made possible by the OCLC Online Computer Library Center, the publication will be made available for sharing with library staff and boards, elected officials and community groups.

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