|February 14, 2006|
2006 - 016
LINC Directors Group – March 15, 1:30 p.m.
|2006 - 017|
LINCPAC UPGRADE TO VERSION 3.06A
As a result of the upgrade to LINCPAC, we now have access to a Spanish version of LINCPAC, which we are currently configuring and testing. We hope to make this available to libraries with their own PAC’s within the next few weeks.
|2006 - 018|
LINC USERS GROUP MEETING
The next LINC Users Group meeting is scheduled for May 17. We will demonstrate the Horizon 8.0 software product. Details for registering will be included in a future LINC Update.
|2006 - 019|
A new round of LINC training
classes has been announced for Spring 2006. Here are the dates and
times for the core LINC classes:
These classes will be repeated in May:
For part-timers there will be a Saturday class (which meets the training
To register, send an email to email@example.com or online at http://184.108.40.206:591/OnlineReg/onlinereg.htm. If you have any questions, call Donna Schaal at 217-352-0047, Ext. 204, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2006 - 020|
MORE MEDIAMALL TRAINING
An additional web-based training session with the MediaMall vendor has been set up. If you have staff who have not attended MediaMall training and you would like them to do so, please send an email to Pat Boze, email@example.com. The date for the training is February 23, at 2 p.m. This training is a web class and requires access to Readytalk (http://www.readytalk.com), which requires java and Internet Explorer on the PC that is used to connect to this session.
|2006 - 021|
LIBRARY GRANTS BLOG
Here is a helpful blog that posts timely information about grants for libraries. Check it out at http://www.librarygrants.blogspot.com/.
|2006 - 022|
STATEWIDE VIRTUAL REFERENCE SERVICE
The Illinois State Library is coordinating a statewide virtual reference project with Wisconsin and Illinois libraries. Training and information on this new Virtual Reference service will be held at Lincoln Trail on February 17, from 9 a.m – 1 p.m. If you are interested in attending, please register for this session at this Illinois State Library web site: http://www.islcleo.org/ce/?Action=Details&EventID=539.
|2006 - 023|
PATRON NOTICES CUSTOMIZATION
If you have patrons who would like to customize their email overdue and hold notices to meet their own needs, there is a 3rd party web site available that can do this. Go to http://www.ltls.org/LibraryELF.html, click on the ELF notification system and select IL>Lincoln Trail Libraries System from the list of libraries that are offering this service.
Patrons can fill out their own email address and set up when they want to receive an automatic email notice. If patrons want to receive notices every day, they can. If they want to set up preoverdue notices to be received a week before the item is due, they can. If they want to set up notices as text messages to their cell phone, they can. However, please advise patrons that they will be entering their barcode/pin number at an off-site web location and LTLS cannot guarantee the privacy of this site.