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Subject: OCLC WorldShare
From: Jan Szczepanski <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:BIBLIST - Topics in Nordic research library user services <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 6 Dec 2011 11:23:06 +0100

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Ur American Libraries Magazine Top News

OCLC Global Marketing Vice President Cathy De Rosa told American
Libraries, “The new OCLC WorldShare Platform will provide libraries
with the infrastructure they need to create and share applications and
services that deliver new functionality and value for libraries and
their users.” She added, “Public and academic library users can look
forward to accessing a wealth of new content, apps, and innovations
that these new collaborations will enable.”

Se även Andrew Pace's blogg

The OCLC WorldShare Platform is a global, interconnected Web
architecture that supports OCLC's Webscale services and applications,
and provides flexible, open access to library data through APIs and
other Web services. Libraries, developers and partners can use this
data to innovate together to build and share apps that streamline and
enhance their local library workflows. The OCLC WorldShare Platform
facilitates collaboration and app-sharing across the library
community, so that libraries can combine OCLC-built applications,
library-built applications and partner-built applications. This
enables the benefits of each single solution to be shared broadly
throughout the library community. Unlike traditional APIs and Web
Services, the OCLC WorldShare Platform allows community members to
browse and install apps directly into subscribed OCLC services and
allows developers to create and share apps that don't require OCLC
services at all.


Sverige står som vanligt på perrongen medan våra norska vänner
är med på tåget.


Jan Szczepanski
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