Cataloging Training From the Midwest Collaborative for library Services (MCLS)
MCLS offers a variety of of online cataloging workshops coverying everything from basic cataloging skills to specialty cataloging. These sessions generally last 2 hours. 

Cataloging Webinars from Webjunction
The Library of Michigan provides free access to WebJunction for Michigan Library Staff. Webjunction offers numerous cataloging webinars on every level of cataloging instruction. Webinars are archived, allowing you to view webinars that have already occurred. 

Webinars and Online Courses from the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services (ALCTS)
A division of the American Library Association, ALCTS is the national association for information providers who work in collections and technical services, such as acquisitions, cataloging, metadata, collection management, preservation, electronic and continuing resources. ALCTS offers regularly scheduled webinars which are archived for later use. 

Online Courses from the Library of Congress
Did you know that the Library of Congress offers a plethora of cataloging-related online courses free of charge? A complete and thorough cataloging course is available to everyone.

Alternative Basic Library Education program (ABLE) Cataloging Courses from the Idaho Commission for Libraries
ABLE has been providing library basics for library staff world-wide since 1998. Over 5,000 ABLE Course Completion Certificates have been printed and distributed to individuals in 32 countries. 

Cataloging Courses from Library Juice Academy
Library Juice Academy offers a range of online professional development workshops for librarians and other library staff, focusing on practical topics to build new skills. The curriculum is designed by librarians with a focus on skills that are in demand in the profession, rather than the academic tradition of library education that tends to address other priorities.

Cataloging Webinars from MINITEX
MINITEX is an Information and Resource Sharing Program of the Minnesota Office of Higher Education and the University of Minnesota Libraries that offers cataloging webinars covering specific areas of cataloging.

Basic Cataloging and Classification by Infopeople
Infopeople provides library staff quality continuing education opportunities that are tailored to library needs and developed by experienced library professionals. Training formats include 2-6 week asynchronous online courses, as well as free one-hour webinars.