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More libraries join the OCLC WorldShare Management Services community
Fifteen more libraries have announced that they have selected OCLC WorldShare Management Services, bringing the total number of libraries worldwide committed to using WorldShare Management Services to 210
“UNCG believes that WorldShare Management Services are the next major advance in library cooperation,”
Among the new subscribers:
• Bay de Noc Community College, Escanaba, Michigan
• Criswell College, Wallace Library, Dallas, Texas
• Crown College, Watne Memorial Library, St. Bonifacius, Minnesota
• Dordt College, John and Louise Hulst Library, Sioux Center, Iowa
• Franklin Pierce University, Frank S. DiPietro Library, Rindge, New Hampshire
• Fuller Theological Seminary, David Allan Hubbard Library, Pasadena, California
• Huntingdon College, Houghton Memorial Library, Montgomery, Alabama
• Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California
• Pasadena City College, Shatford Library, Pasadena, California
• Plymouth State University, Lamson Library, Plymouth, New Hampshire
• Santa Barbara City College, Luria Library, Santa Barbara, California
• Santa Clara County Law Library, San Jose, California
• Southeastern University, Steelman Library, Lakeland, Florida
• UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion, H.M. Fishbon Memorial Library, San Francisco, California
• University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), Greensboro, North Carolina
OCLC WorldShare Management Services enable libraries to share infrastructure costs and resources, as well as collaborate in ways that free them from the restrictions of local hardware and software. Libraries using WorldShare Management Services find that they are able to reduce the time needed for traditional tasks and free staff time for higher-priority services.
OCLC WorldShare Management Services were released for general availability in the United States July 1, 2011. Today, 40 libraries are live with the new services. The 15 libraries announcing their selection of WorldShare Management Services today bring the total number of libraries worldwide committed to using the services to 210.
The OCLC WorldShare Platform is the technical infrastructure on which OCLC’s Webscale services are built and provides data, tools and services for library developers, users and partners to create and share applications collectively. Libraries can build applications to meet local needs, while benefiting from the innovation of the broader global library community.
More about OCLC WorldShare Management Services can be found on the website at www.oclc.org.