The top area of the Item Details screen provides a number of additional features:
You may print a record simply by clicking the Print link. Your printer's dialog box will appear.
Or you may e-mail an item's WorldCat record to one or more individuals:
|1||Click the E-mail link at the top of the Item Details screen.||The E-mail dialog box appears.|
|2||Enter one or more e-mail addresses (separated by commas) in the e-mail field.|
|3||Optional. Edit these fields:
|4||Type the word(s) shown in the image.|
|5||Click the Send e-mail button.||The dialog box closes. An e-mail message with a link to the record is sent to the selected recipient(s).|
You can add the WorldCat record for some items to popular social bookmarking services at Web sites such as Digg, Delicious, Facebook, Google, MySpace, Twitter, and Yahoo. Social bookmarking works just like your browser's Favorites menu, except that your bookmarked Web pages are publicly available for sharing, searching, categorization, tracking and discussion. (Functionality varies by site.)
Note: To make use of the social bookmarking services mentioned above (Facebook, MySpace, etc.) you must set up separate user accounts with those services. Consult their various websites for details on setting up accounts.
|1||Hover your mouse pointer over the Share button at the top of the item details.
Result: A window with links to some of the most popular Web bookmarking services appears.
Result: The login and/or creation page for your selected service appears.
|3||Log in to your account on the service you selected, or create an account, then add the WorldCat record to your bookmarks.|
Click Favorites from the Bookmark & Share window.
A PermalinkA simplified URL for a Web page that is designed to be short and easily interpreted (or “human-readable”). or permanent link is a simplified URL (the “http://” address) for a Web page that is designed to be short and easily interpreted (or “human-readable”). Permalinks are ideal for use in e-mails, blog posts and other Web-based communications where lengthy URLs might cause a problem. The permalink for a WorldCat record utilizes the OCLC number, an identifier created when the item is first cataloged in WorldCat by one of our member libraries.
Select the Permalink link at the top of the item details.
|2||Copy the URL and paste the link in a new browser window.|
If your library has configured a custom web link to get further assistance directly from the library, it will appear at the top of the Item Details screen.
It also can be accessed from the library's drop-down menu at the top of the screen (see the image below):
Click the link to get further assistance from your library.
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