CONTENTdm® makes everything in your digital collections available to everyone, everywhere. No matter the format — local history archives, newspapers, books, maps, slide libraries or audio/video — CONTENTdm can handle the storage, management and delivery of your collections to users across the Web. ·
Reference Extract is envisioned as a web search engine. Reference Extracts will be built for maximum credibility by relying on the expertise and credibility judgments of librarians from around the globe. Users get results weighted towards sites most often referred to by librarians at 1,400 libraries worldwide. ·
OAIster is a union catalog of millions of records representing open archive resources that was built by harvesting from open archive collections worldwide using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). ·
This year the ALCTS Forum at ALA MidwinterL1 brought together three perspectives on massaging bibliographic data of various sorts in ways that use MARC, but where MARC is not the end goal. What do you get when you swirl MARC, ONIX, and various other formats of metadata in a big pot? Three projects: ONIX Enrichment at OCLC, the Open Library Project, and Google Book Search metadata. ·
Adrian Pohl. Bibliotheksdienst43(3):274--290 (March 2009)The article gives an overview over the background, genesis, content and critic of OCLC's proposed metadata policy for WorldCat records. In the end it poses questions for an approach on licensing bibliographic data in germany..
Karen Calhoun. via www.slideshare.com, (August 2008)Präsentation der Ergebnisse der OCLC "Record Study Use Group" auf einem Panel des World Library and Information Congress der International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions IFLA vom August 2008..