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OCLC's Catalog of the Future

Goodness knows I don’t know much about cataloging, but OCLC and the University of California are helping me picture what the catalog of the future will look like with their pilot Melvyl Catalog. Turns out it’ll look pretty much like a website. But - and here’s the revolutionary part - a website created this decade. Unlike some catalogs I could name…

Sorry, that was snarky. Check out the catalog for yourself, and learn more about the joint effort here.

(via ResourceShelf)

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