JUN 26

Maximize the Value of your ILL Subscription (Recording)

Learn how to contain costs or generate revenue, improve efficiency, and use staff resources most effectively.

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Course Overview

This course helps ILL and access services managers contain costs or generate revenue, improve efficiency, and use staff resources most effectively by helping them take full advantage of the value of their OCLC Resource Sharing subscription. It explains the OCLC ILL interfaces, activities, and services that are included in the OCLC Resource Sharing subscription.


Access services or ILL managers in libraries that have an OCLC Resource Sharing subscription (or are considering one).

How to use this course

OCLC's 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. After clicking "Launch Recording," you will be prompted to complete a registration form.

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Start Date

26 June 2014

End Date

26 June 2014

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Course Length

1 hour 4 minutes


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