31 Dec '12, 9pm

OCLC Research 2012: New Colleagues!

And speaking of new ideas, we had two colleagues who joined us in September and October for long visits. Takashi Shimada joined us as an OCLC Research Fellow. Taka (as he graciously allows us to call him) came to us from Keio University and spend time both in San Mateo and Dublin learning about activities within the OCLC Research Library Partnership, and helped us gain a better understanding and appreciation of the issues faced by Japanese research libraries. Simone Kortekaas from Utrecht University spent three weeks of her sabbatical in our Dublin offices, both learning and sharing. We welcome visits like this (whether long or short) because they help us know how our work can make an impact in a real world setting.

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