DEC 16

QuestionPoint Administrator 2 (Recording)

Define your library's profiles for QuestionPoint and your library's policy pages to join the 24/7 Reference Cooperative, as well as manage your library’s knowledge base workflow.

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Course overview

This course is the second of three courses, which provides instruction to learners on basic, but required setup so their libraries can go “live” with the QuestionPoint® virtual reference service. Learners will be able to define their libraries’ profiles for QuestionPoint and define their libraries’ policy pages to join the 24/7 Reference Cooperative, as well as manage your library’s Knowledge Base workflow.

Audience

This course is intended for learners with an Institution Administration account, and/or Group (BME) Administration account whose libraries are new to the to QuestionPoint. Current QuestionPoint administrators can also benefit from the class as a refresher or to fill in any foundational gaps about setting up the QuestionPoint service.

 

 

How to use this self-paced course

 

OCLC's self-paced training recordings are a useful tool for understanding the functionality our products when you want the in-depth learning of an instructor-led course, but your schedule won't permit you to attend. They are also great as refreshers of past training or as preparation for upcoming instructor-led courses. They can help you learn a new service, teach a new staff member how to use a service, or simply help you confirm your understanding of the service, without the time commitment of attanding a live course.

 

Start Date

16 December 2014

End Date

16 December 2014

Launch Course

Cost

Free

Course Length

41 Minutes

Recording Date

16 December 2014

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