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Understand GreenGlass

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This series of short videos provides overviews of many GreenGlass features. Learn how searching works, to understand HathiTrust Matches and URLs, to understand the extent your print and electronic editions of the same title overlap, and much more.  

GreenGlass for serials

GreenGlass for serials (3:49)

In this video discover how GreenGlass will help libraries understand their print serials collection in new ways.

GreenGlass for serials - analysis (12:18)

In this video, discover how to use the analysis tab in GreenGlass to analyze your library's serials collection.

GreenGlass for Serials: holdings lists, title details, and exported lists (5:46)

In this video you’ll learn about Holdings Lists, Title Details, and Exported Lists in GreenGlass for Serials. If you haven’t yet watched the GreenGlass for Serials Analysis video, we recommend you view that video first, then come back to this one.

Group Features

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This series explains how group functionality works in GreenGlass. Learn about shared-print projects, retention model builder, title sets and holdings, post-allocation features and how to adjust retention commitments. 

Individual library features

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This series of videos helps you understand key metrics, analysis, collection visualization, item lists and item details.

Preparing for a GreenGlass project

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This series of videos answers frequently asked questions about the GreenGlass Cataloging/Data Questionnaire and the required Code Keys, describes the catalog extract required for a GreenGlass project, and helps GreenGlass libraries build their list of library comparators.

Shared Print Registration service

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The OCLC shared print registration service streamlines the process of registering shared print group retention commitments. Once a GreenGlass option, this registration service requires a WorldShare Collection Manager account with data sync access.​ The above link directs you to available training for this OCLC Metadata Service.