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H.W. Wilson and MLA to Make Article-Level Records Available in OCLC WorldCat.org

Database producers H.W. Wilson (www.hwwilson.com) and the Modern Language Association (MLA; www.mla.org) have agreed to make article-level records available in OCLC WorldCat.org. The agreement is designed to increase visibility and access to authoritative content licensed by libraries on the web.

MLA and H.W. Wilson will permit a portion of their content to be indexed in WorldCat.org, the web destination that allows information seekers to find what they need from a single source, online through OCLC’s cooperative organization of libraries.

The article-level metadata from H.W. Wilson and MLA will be added to the more than 50 million articles indexed from NLM MEDLINE, the Department of Education’s ERIC database, the British Library Inside serials, the GPO Monthly Catalog, and the OCLC ArticleFirst database to expand access and discovery of authoritative content through WorldCat.org.

OCLC (www.oclc.org) will continue to add article-level records to WorldCat.org to enrich the search experience and make collections from libraries more visible on the web.

Source: OCLC



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