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Connexion browser Module 5: Editing Master Records (Recording)

This recording provides instruction on OCLC’s rules and process for editing and improving master records.

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Course overview

This recording provides instruction on OCLC’s rules and process for editing and improving master records in the WorldCat® database with a standard, full-level cataloging authorization.

After completing this web-based training, learners will be ready to apply their existing knowledge of cataloging rules to the process of improving master records in the WorldCat database.

Trainees will also learn the financial incentives for improving master records, identify in-depth resources to assist them in the process of improving master records, as well as learn procedures for reporting record errors that cannot be fixed by members with full-level cataloging authorizations.

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Start Date

14 September 2016

End Date

14 September 2016

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Recording Length

1 hour

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