Dienstag, 10. April 2018

Next (OCLC Blog): Looking at interlibrary loan, 2017 edition

Did you catch all of the 2017 end-of-year book lists? Probably the most noteworthy are The New York Times best sellers lists. Barnes and Noble publishes one, as does Publishers Weekly. Amazon publishes a most purchased books list as well, which gets a lot of attention.
As you know, we at OCLC have a different list—the books that are the most shared, as measured by interlibrary loan requests! Last year, our resource sharing systems handled more than 7 million ILL requests from all over the world.
We’ve been gathering this data for many years and publishing it here for the past two years. It’s always interesting to see what books made the top ten ILL list and what, if any, broader observations we can make. We debuted our ILL “best sellers list” for 2017 last week at the OCLC Resource Sharing Conference with the resource sharing community, who always enjoy guessing which work made the top spot.
Well, in 2017, ILL requests once again were closely aligned with current events—what was taking place in the news and popular culture.* Here are latest themes in interlibrary loan based on our data. ... [mehr] http://www.oclc.org/blog/main/looking-at-interlibrary-loan-2017-edition/

The top ten ILL’d titles for 2017

(Shown in order, 1–10. Click to see the book in WorldCat.org.)
Hillbilly Elegydeep learninga gentleman in moscowamancalledoveiris and lily book one
margin_of_safetymilk and honeythe subtle art of not giving a f_ckcrackingthecodewhenbreathbecomesair

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