WorldCat Knowledge Base

OCLC is pleased to offer Knowledge Base training in both instructor-led and tutorial formats.  As part of our commitment to controlling costs and providing value for our members, this training is offered for free to users of the service.

Getting Started with the WorldCat knowledge base

Are you new to the WorldCat knowledge base?  Looking to start a knowledge base project?

View our project-based learning path to be on your way to using the knowledge base in your library!

WorldCat knowledge base office hours

This regular, free web session is designed to help you take action on the information you've learned through the video instruction.  Sign on to this session, and our  friendly OCLC implementation staff will help you get your knowledge base set up and answer any questions you might have specific to your library's implementation of the knowledge base.

**Time: Tuesdays, 12noon - 1:30pm Eastern Time (9am-10:30 Pacific Time)

**To visit the clinic, click here during the hours listed above.

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If you can't find the course you're looking for, have an idea for a training course you'd like to see, or have any questions about training, please let us know.  We look forward to hearing from our members!

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Upcoming training

22 October 2014

WorldCat knowledge base Implementation Webinar

Once your library has submitted the WorldCat knowledge base request form and received an implementation checklist, attend this webinar to learn about your data submission options and the knowledge base implementation process.

29 October 2014

WorldShare Collection Manager Update Session

This session discusses the new features, enhancements and bug fixes for WorldShare Collection Manager and the WorldCat knowledge base quarterly post-release.

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