Future functionality roadmap
WorldShare Interlibrary Loan will continue to expand to include additional functionality. The new service now includes most functionality supported by WorldCat Resource Sharing. OCLC will continue to add new features that are enabled by the OCLC WorldShare Platform.
Access to WorldCat Resource Sharing ended on 19 May 2014. Since that date, all former WorldCat Resource Sharing users have managed their ILL activity in WorldShare ILL.
Browsers tested with WorldShare ILL in May 2014 are:
- Chrome version 34.0.1847 116 m
- Firefox 28
- Internet Explorer versions 9 and 10
View a list of known issues with the WorldShare Interlibrary Loan service.
The table below lists planned functionality additions for WorldShare Interlibrary Loan. Upcoming releases of new functionality are scheduled to occur in July and September 2014.
Additional details about features recently added to the service are provided in WorldShare ILL Release Notes.
Core features available in WorldShare ILL
The following list includes features added to WorldShare ILL since its initial release.
*Indicates features in WorldShare ILL that were not available in WorldCat Resource Sharing.
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|Workflows for ILL management centers*|
OCLC's training and documentation resources will guide your transition from WorldCat Resource Sharing to WorldShare Interlibrary Loan. These tools will describe how familiar features have been implemented in the new service.
WorldShare Interlibrary Loan is available as a stand-alone service or as part of the WorldShare Management Services suite.
02 October 2014
08 October 2014
Past and recorded events
12 August 2014
15 July 2014
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