Connexion client training

JAN 12

Connexion client Module 01: WorldCat, MARC and Client Basics (Recording)

An introduction to Connexion® client, as well as instruction on how to set up and navigate the Connexion® client program.

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Course overview

This online module provides basic information about the WorldCat® bibliographic database and the MARC record format. It also provides an introduction to the program interface, as well as instruction on how to set up and navigate the Connexion® client program.

After completing this web-based training, learners will be prepared to read basic MARC records, set up Connexion client on their workstation, and successfully enter commands via the program’s various input methods.

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Start Date

12 January 2016

End Date

12 January 2016

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Recording Length

1 hour 25 minutes

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