Connexion browser training


Connexion browser Module 2: Basic Searching in Connexion browser (Recording)

Recording of live, online training. Covers basic bibliographic searches.

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Course overview

This online module provides instruction on performing basic bibliographic searches using OCLC’s Connexion® browser cataloging software. After completing this web-based training, learners will be able to conduct basic searches for bibliographic records in WorldCat®, and evaluate whether a given record matches the item to be cataloged.

This is the second part of a three module series designed to enable basic copy cataloging work in Connexion® browser.

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Start Date

06 April 2016

End Date

06 April 2016

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Course Length

1 hour 23 minutes

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