WorldCat Local Web Information sessions

Batchload Solutions for WorldCat Local webinar

WorldCat Local is most effective when all of your library's collections are represented in the WorldCat database. This webinar provides information on the types of batchload projects available to libraries preparing for WorldCat Local and the steps required to successfully complete a batchload project.

Click here to view the webinar.

Tips for a successful WorldCat Local introduction

Hear tips for planning and implementing the local introduction of your library's WorldCat Local site and learn about ready-made resources available for your use. As you get ready to launch your library's WorldCat Local, learn how this service benefits both patrons and librarians, and what the search experience is like in the WorldCat Local interface.

View recordings of previously conducted "Tips for a successful WorldCat Local introduction" webinars below:

Date
Tips webinars
Saint Xavier University Library, May 13, 2010 View the recorded session >>
Boise State University, April 29, 2010 View the recorded session >>

Webinar preparation

The audio component of each webinar may vary from program to program as noted below.

Before the webinar, please confirm that your computer will support your use of WebEx for the program. Please visit https://oclc.webex.com/oclc/systemdiagnosis.php to download the WebEx files and check your computer for compatibility and firewall issues. If your test is unsuccessful, contact WebEx support at 1-866-229-3239 (toll free US & Canada) or +1-408-435-7088 (toll call).

Missed a session?

To view a recording of a previously conducted WorldCat Local webinar, please see Recent Web sessions and podcasts.

Or, view the self-paced WorldCat Local tutorials here.

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