Instructor-led Learning

If you prefer to attend online, instructor-led training we have good news for you. After just two classes, you'll be up and running on the new WorldShare ILL system.

Our online instructor-led courses include live demonstrations and hands-on simulations to help you understand the system before you start borrowing and lending in your live system. 

We recommend that you take the borrowing class first, as the lending class builds on skill you learn in the borrowing class.

Click the links below to find dates for each class, or get a quick look at upcoming dates on the list to the right.

WorldShare ILL Migration Training - Borrowing

WorldShare ILL Migration Training - Lending

As you're making the transition to the new system, you may also want to take advantage of some of the automation tools available to increase the efficiency of your borrowing and lending activities, although these courses are not required to making the transition.

Custom Holdings on WorldShare ILL

Deflection on WorldShare ILL

After you complete the training, you might find the tutorials below helpful to refresh your memory on specific topics from the training:

Tutorials

WorldShare ILL Tutorials

The tutorials listed here can show you everything you need to know about WorldShare ILL.  Of course, if you prefer instructor-led training, the OCLC training team offers regular WorldShare ILL migration training sessions, with helpful instructors to guide you.

Upcoming WSILL Training Courses

05 May 2014

WorldShare ILL: Start Here

This course is designed to provide member libraries migrating from WorldCat Resource Sharing to WorldShare Interlibrary Loan (ILL) with the information needed to prepare and get started using the new system.

We are a worldwide library cooperative, owned, governed and sustained by members since 1967. Our public purpose is a statement of commitment to each other—that we will work together to improve access to the information held in libraries around the globe, and find ways to reduce costs for libraries through collaboration. Learn more »