At one point, the Reports Task Force suggested that our office send out a reminder to run the priv-12 report in Aleph for item/title counts on June 30 to gather stats to fill out the NCES/IPEDS survey and other reports you need to complete. So, this is a gentle reminder to run this service, or arrange for someone else at your library to run this service, at the end of the month/fiscal year. Your need to run this report depends on how you track your statistics and how you define your fiscal year.
Join Joanna Jordan, PALS's Support & Training Specialist for Cataloging & Metadata, with any questions you have about your cataloging projects, cleanup issues, and/or workflow concerns at one (or more) of the following sessions:
To kick off the summer semester, Carrie Curie will be hosting two Aleph Circulation Drop In Web-sessions. These sessions are open to all libraries. Please bring any data cleanup, inventory, and general circulation questions you may have. Feel free to email them to Carrie beforehand, if you would like. Here are the details for both sessions:
Come join Carrie Curie and Joanna Jordan of the PALS Office for this check-in webinar on Wednesday, April 27 from 2-3pm. Whether you have completed the suggested projects or are unsure where to begin, please join us! Bring your questions or share any tips you have. To join the session, use the connection information below.
The Steering Committees of the MnPALS User Groups are hosting our Spring Workdays on Thursday, March 31, and Friday, April 1 at the Minnesota State University, Mankato at Edina campus (7700 France Ave S, Edina, MN 55435)
Thursday's meetings will focus on mostly on Cataloging, Circulation and Acquistions/Serials topics, while Friday's sessions will be mainly Reference/Instruction and Interlibrary Loan focused.
Full meeting details and registration information can be found here.