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Tag Archives: Tim Spaulding
Research Libraries Clobber OCLC Policy is a title, and a descriptive one at that, for LibraryThing’s report of the ARL’s report on the OCLC licensing policy kerfluffle (I keep coming back to this word). It is, however, an interesting read, … Continue reading
LibraryThing has partnered with Cambridge Information Group (Bowker, AquaBrowser, ProQuest, Serials Solutions, and RefWorks), though Tim Spaulding still retains a majority stake. This means that we will be seeing a lot more of LibraryThing for Libraries in the future (good … Continue reading
We are now one month away from the implementation of OCLC’s new records policy. Tim Spaulding at Thingology has compiled seven arguments why libraries should resist the license. Even if you don’t feel that OCLC intends to take a hard … Continue reading
Another installment in the exploration of the effects of OCLC’s licensing policy changes, this one an examination of various Federal Library records by Thingology’s Tim Spaulding.