• Request Search Demo and Exercises

Request Search Demo and Exercises in WorldCat Navigator

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Tutorial overview

This video will show users how to use the Standard Search in the Navigator Staff Interface (NRE) to find items they may want to process individually. It contains links to a Searching Exercise document, which users can consult to participate in a searching exercise of the Standard Request search.

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