Members: Adam Marsnik; Carrie Curie; Dan Honetschlager; Dave Wuolu; Elizabeth Tuckwood; Jean Kramer; Linda Swanson; Al Rykhus; Mary Ann Greenwald; Randi Madisen; Rosalie Bunge; Rosemary Mock; Stephen Elfstrand; Susan Dueis
The group met mostly bimonthly via conference call. We made several suggestions for new reports and improvements to existing reports. We helped test reports before they were moved to the production server. We also held a conference call to help libraries answer IPED/NCES/ALS statistical questions using Aleph reports.
Here is a list of changes made to reports between October 2010 and October 2011. New Reports are listed in BOLD.
Priv-07 had the LKR field (Yes or No) for "Unlinked" bibs added (completed when reindexing is done in November)
Priv-12 Item Reports: Radio button 'list of ISBN numbers for my docs'
Priv-15 Title Usage Report - Option to run it on multiple collection codes at one time was added. Revamped, call number key (for sorting in Excel), still on development server
Priv-16 Items in a Collection: Call number functionality added
Priv-21 Titles/Items with Circ Events by Call Number/Date Range: Option to run on Items added to the report. Call number functionality and option to run it on multiple collection codes at one time was added
Loans, Renew, Returns, Browse, Bookings columns, OCLC # (completed when reindexing is done in November), Copy ID, Z30 material-item level report, Due date, Arrival date, Expected arrival date, Budget, Call # Key (for sorting), Title Sort (for sorting without a, an, the)
Some of these are only in the item level version
Priv-24: Titles frequently requested through ILL
Reports approved and in process
Priv-25 Patron counts by patron status
Report of circulation statistics by date and hour
Course reserves items activity stats
Report output for OCLC Circulation Analysis
Count of bibliographic records and item count by collections for IPEDs/NCES report
All the information in the Priv-20 Titles in a Collection is now included in the Priv-21. We would like to phase out this report. People are still using it, but it may be because they don't know about the amazing Priv-21.
If you would like to join the Reports Work Group, please contact Randi Madisen.