The OCLC Network of Regional Service Providers: The Last 10 Years

  title={The OCLC Network of Regional Service Providers: The Last 10 Years},
  author={Brenda Bailey-Hainer},
  journal={Journal of Library Administration},
  pages={621 - 629}
Developed in the early 1970s, the alliance between the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) and its regional service providers is a strategic partnership that has survived for over 30 years. Originally created by OCLC to help it efficiently reach out to libraries in other states beyond its initial Ohio focus, this alliance is now starting to transform into a new structure. This new structure as well as other changes in the relationship between OCLC and its partners will have an impact upon all… Expand
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