RDA: What Do I Need to Know?

RDA is here, and many of you may be wondering what this means for your library, what changes need to be made and what practices are best.

RDA: Resource Description and Access (RDA), is the new cataloging standard that will replace AACR2. It offers libraries the potential to change significantly how bibliographic data is created and used.

To help you learn more about RDA we are collaborating with OCLC to connect you to resources and educational opportunities that can inform and help you through this transition.

You Are Invited to Join the New OCLC Batchload Discussion List

This list provides a discussion forum for Batchload users, including Local Holdings Record Updating service (LHRUS) users. Please use the list to ask questions of each other, share ideas and get practical advice for using Batchload. Information about upcoming meetings, training, enhancements to the service and documentation updates will be distributed via the list.

OCLC's Trial #Ask4Stuff Twitter Service


Upgrade to ILLiad Versions 7.4 or Higher

OCLC and Atlas Systems continue to provide ongoing enhancements to the OCLC ILLiad Resource Sharing Management software to insure that ILLiad meets the changing needs of libraries. The latest version of ILLiad software is version 8. Using the latest development platforms and tools, the ILLiad version 8 client can perform faster and more efficiently than previous versions.

Connexion Client 2.20 is Released!


Syndicate content