PALS is excited to announce that we have formed a new partnership with Leech Lake Tribal College to implement their Islandora digital repository. This is only possible because of the hard work put in by Leech Lake Tribal College staff that resulted in them getting selected as a grant recipient of the American Indian College Fund’s Traditional Native Arts and Energy/Water Infrastructure Program, with the proposed project Renovations for the Leech Lake Tribal College Archive Room.
The PALS Office would like to invite you to attend the upcoming Cataloging Office Hour on Wednesday, April 19 from 2-3 pm. This session is intended to be a venue where you can ask us questions. Feel free to submit your questions in advance to Daniela.firstname.lastname@example.org
The connection information for this session is as follows:
Please join Carrie Curie on either April 12th from 1-2:30 or April 18th from 10-11:30 for a webinar training on File-90. The Advanced Generic Vendor Records Loader (file-90) service is a tool that can be used for assisting in Data Reconciliation endeavors. The webinar session will go over the steps and recommended best practices to employ, when working with this service.
A new cleanup report option has been added to the Unlinked Record Clean Up Reports (priv-07) service. It will identify holding records that do not have items linked to them. Here is some more information about it:
The PALS User Groups invite you to join us for our 2017 Spring Workdays, to be held at the MSU Mankato Edina campus at 7700 France Avenue on Thursday, March 30th and Friday, March 31st.
Agendas and registration information can be found in the PALS Support Center in Answer 3868. You will need to log in to the Support Center in order to view the Agenda, because some of the topics relate to our Future Integrated Library System.