OCLC Training

Make the most of your OCLC products and services with instruction from OCLC and OCLC-certified Training Partners.

OCLC offers many options to obtain the skills and knowledge you need to accomplish your mission. From live-online webinars, to Web-based tutorials and demonstrations, you can choose the easiest type of training and education for you.

Are you up to speed on RDA?

As the Library of Congress has moved to implement RDA, the effects of this change are impacting the library community.  OCLC and its partners are working to keep you informed and give you the knowledge you need to understand and use this new standard.

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Spotlight on WorldShare ILL
Is Your Library Ready for WorldShare ILL?


Migrating from WorldCat Resource Sharing? Not sure what to do?

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OCLC WorldShare™ Interlibrary Loan is a new service that will replace WorldCat Resource Sharing, as part of libraries' existing subscriptions. The service centralizes workflows now managed in multiple systems, and will provide new functionality that speeds fulfillment of interlibrary loan requests and saves time for library staff and library users.

You can access the training you need to use the new system, including tutorials, recorded classes, and the current instructor-led training schedule on our WorldShare ILL Training Page.

If you want to know more about the migration, visit our WorldShare™ Interlibrary Loan migration page to learn more about what to expect, and what you can do to prepare.

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