OCLC Record Use Policy Council
The Record Use Policy Council has begun its work which will culminate in a new draft policy and recommendations for implementation to the Chair of the OCLC Board of Trustees and OCLC President and CEO, for review and approval by the OCLC Board of Trustees in midyear 2010. As we carry out our charge, we will seek to understand today's environment as it relates to the creation, use and transfer of data and articulate principles of shared data creation consonant with the values of the OCLC cooperative. We will use a formal, transparent process for vetting the new draft policy with the OCLC Regional Councils and the OCLC Global Council as the representatives of the OCLC membership. We are mindful of the vibrant library community we represent and we will seek ways to strengthen our community.
At any time, you can send your input to us at email@example.com which is a list set up for the use of the Record Use Policy Council members, or post comments to us here.
For more information on the Record Use Policy Council, its members and its charge, please visit the Record Use Policy Council page on the OCLC web site.
Barbara Gubbin, Director, Jacksonville Public Library, USA
Jennifer Younger, President Elect, OCLC Global Council and Edward H. Arnold Director of Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame, USA
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