JUL 27

Custom Holdings on WorldShare ILL (Recording)

Learn how to use custom holdings to automate borrowing workflow

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Course Overview

Custom Holdings allows OCLC’s WorldShare ILL (WSILL) system to quickly and automatically identify potential lenders and route requests based on your library’s preferred lenders.  Implementation of the custom holdings function also significantly reduces the time you spend processing borrowing requests.

Audience

This course recording is intended for learners who have a basic familiarity with WorldShare ILL but who desire to automate their borrowing workflow, thus making it more efficient and less staff intensive.

It is also intended for libraries that have already implemented custom holdings but have a need to maintain it by training new resource sharing staff in how to use it.

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Start Date

27 July 2015

End Date

27 July 2015

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Cost

Free

Course Length

1 hour 27 min.

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