MAY 19

WorldShare ILL - Start Here (Recording)

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Course Overview

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. It will discuss the migration timeline, browser requirements, updating constant data in OCLC Service Configuration, and OCLC Services account creation.

NOTE: This course is intended as a temporary course to be held during the migration period only.  

Audience

This course is designed for libraries currently using WorldCat Resource Sharing. Library administrators and departmental supervisors in resource sharing services, as well as staff involved in ILL operations, are encouraged to attend as well.

 

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Start Date

19 May 2014

End Date

19 May 2014

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Cost

Free

Course Length

1 hour


 

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