Why you can't find a library book in your search engine | Technology | The Guardian
Finding a book at your local library should just involve a simple web search.
Finding a book at your local library should just involve a simple web search. But thanks to a US cataloguing site, that is far from the case
Yet there is an alternative that few people seem aware of: Worldcat (worldcat.org), which offers web access to the largest repository of bibliographic data in the world - from the 40-year-old Ohio-based non-profit Online Computer Library Center (oclc.org). But Worldcat suffers from the same problem on a larger scale.