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Dear Colleagues,

Please join the cooperative at these upcoming conferences.

OCLC Canada at Canadian Library Association Conference,June 15-18,
Calgary, Alberta Visit OCLC Canada booth 64 and learn more about the
wide range of services we offer, including cataloguing, reference,
digitization, virtual reference, ebooks and downloadable audiobooks.
Enter our draw when you visit the booth--you might win a portable audio
device or the Chocolaterie Bernard Callebeaut Western Gift Basket.
Join us for our free update breakfast on June 16, 7:45 - 8:45 am at the
TELUS Convention Centre, Glen Room 206.
Register by June 13 at

OCLC at Special Libraries Association, June 5-8, Toronto, Ontario Visit
booth 1126 to see online demonstrations-cataloging, reference, digital
collections, resource sharing and more. Ask about our Open WorldCat
program and our new WorldCat Collection Analysis service. Join us at the
Metro Toronto Convention Centre for free OCLC sessions: CONTENTdm
overview, Monday, June 6, 1:00-2:00 pm, Room 203 B; OCLC Update
Breakfast, Tuesday, June 7, 7:00 - 8:30 am, Room 103 A-B. Register at
OCLC at ALA Annual 2005, June 25-29, Chicago, IL Visit booth 2201 to see
online demonstrations-WorldCat Collection Analysis, Open WorldCat,
digital collections, virtual reference, reference, eContent, resource
sharing, cataloging and WebJunction. Join us for key membership
events: OCLC Symposium: "Mining the Long Tail: Libraries, Amazoogle and
Infinite Availability," Friday, June 24, 1:30-4:30 pm, Chicago Hilton
and Towers, Grand Ballroom; OCLC Update Breakfast, Sunday, June 26,
7:00-9:00 am, Chicago Hilton and Towers, Grand Ballroom. Check the
online registration site for more free sessions and register to attend

Andy Spilioe
Andy Spilioe
Library Services Consultant
OCLC Canada
701 Salaberry, Suite 200
Chambly, Québec
J3L 1R2
Toll free: 1-888-658-6583
Fax (450) 658-6231
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