DUBLIN, Ohio, Aug. 5, 1994--The OCLC Office of Research announces the availability of two new publications.
The Annual Review of OCLC Research July 1992-June 1993 includes summary reports on OCLC projects, external and collaborative research, the Library and Information Science Research Grant Program, and the office's Distinguished Seminar Series.
Copies of the 75-page review can be obtained at no charge from OCLC, Annual Review, MC 410, Office of Research, 6565 Frantz Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017-3395.
Also, the OCLC Office of Research has published its most recent research report, Determining the Content of Machine Readable Subdivision Records, by Karen Markey Drabenstott, associate professor, School of Information and Library Studies, University of Michigan.
Dr. Drabenstott completed research for the report during her tenure at OCLC in 1990, under an OCLC Library and Information Science Research Grant. The 117-page research report is available for $12 (non-OCLC members must prepay). To order, request product code MAN8196. Prepaid orders should be sent with a check to OCLC, Dept. 630, Box ONB, Columbus, Ohio 43265. Orders to be billed should be sent, with OCLC symbol and network indicated, to OCLC Documentation Dept., 6565 Frantz Road, Dublin, Ohio 43017-3395.
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