Presentation slides from a presentation given at Fall 2010 User Groups. The presentation is described as "a general session on tips and sharing about borrowing and lending requests." No information given on who the presenters were, or the location where the presentation was made.
Official PALS report for the Fall 2010 User Group. Includes Aleph Subsystem Reports, Task Force reports, Office Team reports, Aleph Version 19 and 20 new OPAC features. Location of meeting not given. Possibly at St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota.
Agenda items included the ILL Subsystem Business Meeting, Circulation Subsystem Business Meeting, Systems Subsystem Business Meeting, Reference Subsystem Business Meeting, Cataloging Subsystem Business Meeting, Acquisitions/Serials Subsystem Business Meeting, and breakout sessions.
The report discusses the creation of a voluntary Futures Interest Group to explore topics of interest to the consortium. Potential topics include discovery tools, Open Source ILS options, digital institutional repositories, extensible cataloging, distance education, library management, collection development, LibData, and LibStats.
Agenda items include sessions on PALSconnect Linker, OCLC's Bibliographic Notification Service, trimming the serials budget, communicating with the Consortium through the PALS website, St. Cloud University's use of LibData and Research Project, and the future of Minnesota libraries. Century College's acquisition of the Fire Library collection was also discussed.
2011-10 User Group Meeting Futures Interest Group Report
The report lists the FIG meetings that took place from fall 2010 to fall 2012. Topics discussed include federated vs. aggregated search, eXtensible Catalog, legal issues with e-books and e-readers, mobile access to library resources, and digital asset management.
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