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Workshops and Classes: iSkills: ORLO list creation for experienced ORLO users

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Bodleian iSkills: ORLO list creation for experienced ORLO users

This session offers an opportunity for those who already have experience of ORLO List Creation to raise any issues they are having with ORLO and to ask questions. We will go through some common issues such as broken links, updating editions and adding chapters to books. This session is recommended for those who did not create the list themselves or have errors they do not understand.


Intended Audience:  Academics, administrators and any staff supporting reading lists who have already attended ORLO list creation training.

Note to students: Please do NOT attend this workshop unless you are also an employee who is working on ORLO lists. The session will not cover how to use ORLO as a student and the functionality we will explain will not be available to students. There are tips on how to use ORLO here: https://libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/home/basics.

Dates and booking

Next date TBA > Booking closed

If you have not yet attended any training on ORLO list creation please sign up instead for
Bodleian iSkills: Creating reading lists using Oxford Reading Lists Online (ORLO) for Academics and Administrators

More Information

 

Presenters: Rachel Scanlon and Angela Carritt

Format:  Online presentation and demonstration with plenty of time for questions. The session will take place on MS Teams.

What you will need:  You will need to provide your own computer with a browser (must be Chrome or Edge) or the Microsoft Teams desktop app installed.  Please read our guidance notes below on using Teams.  You will need a microphone with speakers or headset. You need to be online with a reliable internet connection.