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.
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.
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.
The 2011 PALS Report focused on Aleph subsystems, updates to PALS products and services (EZproxy, MnPALS Plus, PALSconnect Linker, PALSconnect ERM, Evergreen), and current activities of task forces and office teams. Highlights include global changes to bibliographic records to reflect new MARC standards and testing Aleph version 21 before Consortium-wide implementation.
Minutes from Reference User Group meeting at St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota. Elections were held. Topics include the PALS report, reports from working groups and task forces (including web scale discovery), workday planning. Melissa Prescott presented information regarding LibData.
2012-10 Cataloging User Group Meeting Minutes and Agenda
Topics discussed include upgrading to Aleph version 21, forming an RDA Task Force, current activities of the Authorities Task Force and the MnPALS Indexing Task Force, and elections. Motions passed: The Steering Committee can make changes to check_docs updates as necessary, since EL does not update them, and not every MARC update requires discussion. The RDA Task Force will be created.
The 2012 PALS Report includes all Aleph Subsystem Reports, news relating to PALS products and services, and recent activities of the various Task Forces and Office Teams. Highlights include updates to many reports and tables, the MnPALS Plus mobile website, and a new web interface for patron booking.
2014-10 Cataloging User Group Meeting Minutes and Agenda
Topics discussed include printing issues with Aleph version 22, the future of the RDA Task Force, headings in OCLC records, and elections: Dianne Narum (Bemidji State University) will represent State University Libraries, Mike Rybak (Inver Hills Community College) will represent Two-Year Colleges, and Sarah Quimby (Minnesota Historical Society) will continue to represent Special and State Government Libraries.
The 2014 PALS Report includes all Aleph Subsystem Reports, news relating to PALS products and services, and recent activities of the various Task Forces and Office Teams. Highlights include updates to the PALS Support Center, new lending and replacement lending slips, Islandora growth, and Leech Lake Tribal College joining the Consortium.
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