Reference Users Group update from October 13, 2000. Probably located at St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota. Topics include completed enhancements, an information literacy tutorial developed by Tom Eland, databases, proxy server, ZClient, and the 852 tag field.
2004 10 User Group Minutes of the MnSCU Cataloging User Group Meeting
Minutes taken by Dennis Meissner, Minnesota Historical Society, with contributions by Monica Ralston. Includes PALS report, by Mary Ann Greenwald. Other topics include Effecting Change via NAUUG Voting, Marketing Task Force Representative, and Support Pilot Project for Interlibrary Collaboration and Reduced Reliance on Central PALS Staff, PALS workplan priorities. Bobby Bothman presented concerns and proposals from Minnesota State University, Mankato. Several actions were taken in response to his concerns. Monica Ralston also presented several concerns from the Minnesota Historical Society. Several actions were taken. A motion was moved and passed that gives PALS libraries the option to use third party records. See document for details. Adam Marsnik moved that PALS investigate the procedure of sending third party record holdings back to OCLC and that this be reported by January 1, 2005. Motion passed.
Motion passed: Amendment to change the Cataloging Steering Committee as follows: Replace the three representative types of Community Colleges and Technical Colleges with one type, MnSCU Two-year Colleges. Version 20 update.
2010-10 Acquisitions/Serials User Group Meeting Minutes and Agenda
Topics discussed include concerns about EBSCO's service and serial pricing, the subsystem version 20 update, workdays, and elections: The group unanimously voted for Rachel to continue as Convener. Sarah Monson was elected Recorder for a two year term, effective fall 2010.
2010-10 Cataloging User Group Meeting Minutes and Agenda
Topics discussed include the subsystem version 20 update, Minitex, the MnPALS Indexing Task Force, RDA changes, and elections: Carrie Curie (MSCTC, Moorhead), Sarah Quimby (Historical Society), and Diane Narum (Bemidji State) were elected for two-year terms. Motion passed: Replace the three representative types of Community Colleges and Technical Colleges with one type, MnSCU Two-year Colleges. MnSCU Two-year Colleges would have three representatives on the Cataloging Steering Committee.
2010-10 Circulation User Group Meeting Minutes and Agenda
Topics discussed include voting for circulation module enhancements, version 20 migration, a joint workday with ILL, and elections: Ramsey Turner (BLC), Jay Nordstrom (GAC), and Jennifer Bruce (UCR) with term starting October 31, 2010.
2011-10 Cataloging User Group Meeting Minutes and Agenda
Topics discussed include potentially disbanding the Authorities Task Force, MARC changes, fixed fields in SYS01, the spring 2012 workday, and elections. Motion passed: Lori Pesik made a motion to use the Ex Libris tag information, and any help information about the tags, instead of using any PALS customization.
2011-10 Reference and Instruction User Group Meeting Minutes and Agenda
Topics discussed include labeling streaming videos, new MARC tags for RDA, and elections: Amanda Bolland, Bethany Lutheran College, and Travis Dolence, MSU Moorhead volunteered for the two At Large Member positions. The volunteers were approved by acclamation. Motions passed: Change the wording when ILL requests are submitted to “Request created successfully. Check Your Borrowing Record for more information.” The next item was a recommendation to change the language in the OPAC when ILL items are intransit between libraries from “Intransit/Sublibrary” to “ILL.” The final item on the PALS report was a recommendation to change the language in the OPAC from “Print Book” to “Printed Book.”
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