The OCLC Asia Pacific Regional Council represents member libraries from the territory west of Hawaii, ranging from China, Korea and Japan in the north to Australia and New Zealand in the south, and Pakistan to the west. The Asia Pacific Council elects member librarians to one-year terms on the Asia Pacific Executive Committee; Executive Committee members also serve as Member Delegates to the Global Council. Asia Pacific Council meetings are open to all members and provide a forum to discuss issues that are important to its members and to advise OCLC about its products, services, policies and operating direction through the Global Council.
In 2010 the Asia Pacific Regional Council meeting was held at the National Library of Australia, presentations can be found here.
A representative from the OCLC Asia Pacific Regional Council is also appointed to the Libraries Australia Advisory Committee.
Last updated January 2015