OCLC Research Library Partners invited to attend SHARES 101 webinar on 10 September from 1-2 pm EDT

 

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Are you affiliated with an OCLC Research Library Partnership institution that is new to SHARES?  Do you have some new ILL staff that you'd like to get up to speed about SHARES activities?  Or would you simply like a refresher course on SHARES principles and guidelines? If so, we encourage you to register to attend* this free SHARES 101 webinar exclusively for OCLC Research Library Partners on 10 September from 1:00-2:00 p.m. EDT (UTC 17:00-18:00).

A recording of this webinar will be made publicly available on our website, on YouTube and in iTunes at a later date.

*After your webinar registration is approved, you will receive an e-mail message that contains instructions for logging on to WebEx, where you will view the webinar slides online through your web browser. When you log in to the webinar, you will be presented with iinstructions for connecting to the presentation audio via voiceover IP to listen to the presentation through your computer with speakers or a headset, as well as instructions for receiving a call back from WebEx or dialing in directly to listen by telephone.

If you have questions or need assistance, please call WebEx technical support directly by phone at US/Canada Toll-Free: 1 (866) 229-3239 or International Toll: +1 (408) 435-7088.

For more information:

Dennis Massie
Program Officer
OCLC Research
massied@oclc.org@oclc.org
+1-650-287-2132

Melissa Renspie
Senior Communications Officer
OCLC Research
renspiem@oclc.org
+1-614-761-5231

 

Quick links:

SHARES 101 webinar registration (exclusively for OCLC Research Library Partners) [link]

SHARES overview [link]

SHARES partners  [link]

OCLC Research Library Partnership [link]

OCLC Research Webinars [link]

OCLC Research YouTube Channel [link]

OCLC Research Webinars in iTunes [link]

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