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Supplemental training resources

OCLC offers free training on our products to our members as part of our commitment to keeping library costs down.  However, we realize that product training isn't the only type of learning you need to be effective.

In order to address the broader learning goals that can help you further build your skills, OCLC is pleased to suggest additional training resources from select organizations with a proven background of serving libraries' training needs.


Interested in cataloging skills training (MARC, RDA, etc.)?

The Library of Congress provides the Catalogers Learning Workshop (CLW), offering information professionals a variety of training resources related to the organization and classification of bibliographic information.

Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) offers an online course in the fundamentals of cataloging.

Visit OhioNET or Midwest Collaborative for Library Services (MCLS) for more training opportunities.

Interested in Digital Preservation Skills Training?

Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS) offers an online course in the fundamentals of preservation.

Visit Wisconsin Library Services (WiLS) or OhioNET for more training opportunities.


 

 

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