Related product I-Share

Circulation & Universal Borrowing/Interlibrary Loan

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Policies

I-Share Library Resource Sharing Code

I-Share Membership Agreement

Universal Borrowing Policy Standardization: Descriptions and Illustrations

Universal Borrowing Standardized Policy Chart

ILLINET Interlibrary Loan Code

Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States, for ILL with out-of-state libraries
          Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States Explanatory Supplement

Choosing which ILL Policy governs Lost/Damaged Fines/Fees

Privacy Policy

Fines and Fine Notice Policy

Overview of the I-Share (UB) Resource Sharing Environment: Background, Relationships, and Processes, 8-4-2016 webinar

Slides and Presenter's Notes

Slides 3 per page

Note: On slide 15 of the Webinar recording (slide 13 of the printed slides/notes), an example library's "alumni" patron group is shown as being mapped to the UBReg I-Share patron group; with the clarifications made to the Resource Sharing Code during the summer of 2016, alumni are no longer I-Share eligible. Contact with any questions.

Annual Statistics

Annual Statistics for Individual I-Share Libraries

Tips for Opening the Annual Statistics for Individual I-Share Libraries in Excel

Annual Consortial Statistics for I-Share Libraries

Resource Sharing Statistics: Navigating the Numbers, Harnessing the Data for OCLC WorldShare and ILLiad

Presented 11-9-2016 by Amy LeFager and Marcella Nowak, co-chairs of the FY17 CARLI Resource Sharing Committee
Slides and Presenter Notes
Slides 3 per page

Resource Sharing Statistics: Navigating the Numbers, Harnessing the Data for I-Share

Presented 10-26-2016 by Amy LeFager and Marcella Nowak, co-chairs of the FY17 CARLI Resource Sharing Committee
Slides and Presenter Notes
Slides 3 per page

Voyager Circulation Training Video Series (in development)

I-Share Barcode Formats

I-Share Best Practices: Damaged Items

I-Share Best Practices: LOST Item Procedure (updated 10/7/2015)

Lost Items Discharged Today Report

Choosing which ILL Policy governs Lost/Damaged Fines/Fees

How To: Print one due date slip per session

How To: Modify Due Date Functionality

How To: Backdate a discharge transaction

I-Share Best Practices: Placing Recalls

I-Share Best Practices: Hold Shelf Maintenance

How To: Manage Old "In Transit-Discharged" or "In Transit-On Hold" Item Statuses

How-To: Removing Item Temporary Locations and Temporary Item Types from Reserves Items

Known Issue: "Loan Shortened Due To Patron Expiration Alert" does not display for UB (I-Share) patrons

Known Issue: Local charge/discharge note displays for UB items

Known Issue: Patron Pop-up note is blank if discharged item also has a Discharge note

Known Issue: Patron name did not print on Hold slip

Known Issue: "Unable to delete bibliographic record. An outstanding hold/recall exists."

I-Share Best Practices: Using Voyager's Offline Backup Circ (OBC)

Overview of the I-Share (UB) Resource Sharing Environment: Background, Relationships, and Processes, 8-4-2016 webinar

Slides and Presenter's Notes

Slides 3 per page

Note: On slide 15 of the Webinar recording (slide 13 of the printed slides/notes), an example library's "alumni" patron group is shown as being mapped to the UBReg I-Share patron group; with the clarifications made to the Resource Sharing Code during the summer of 2016, alumni are no longer I-Share eligible. Contact with any questions.

Voyager’s Pick and Scan functionality is useful for libraries to make one or more changes to item records, their associated holdings, and/or associated bib records in a single process.

Using Pick and Scan

Pick and Scan generates log files for both its "preview" and "production" modes, which libraries can use to review the changes that will be made/were made to the records. Logs can be saved directly to your computer via Pick and Scan functionality, or downloaded the next day from your library’s CARLI FTP directory after uploaded by CARLI overnight. Review the "PASLog" file type from the "What's in my FTP Directory" documentation.

The documentation below provides directions for using a set of Excel Macros (NOT MACRO EXPRESS) to convert the Pick and Scan logs from the original vertical format (with the details about a single item listed in separate rows), to a horizontal format (where each item is listed in a single row, with columns containing the item details).

Directions for Converting Pick and Scan logs using Excel Macros

(PSLConvertPickAndScanLogMacros.txt) Excel Macros for Converting Pick and Scan logs: see "Directions" linked directly above.

Events, Webinars, and Documentation that Are not I-Share Specific

CARLI's Resource Sharing Resources that are not I-Share Specific

Resource Sharing Statistics: Navigating the Numbers, Harnessing the Data for OCLC WorldShare and ILLiad

Presented 11-9-2016 by Amy LeFager and Marcella Nowak, co-chairs of the FY17 CARLI Resource Sharing Committee
Slides and Presenter Notes
Slides 3 per page

Resource Sharing Statistics: Navigating the Numbers, Harnessing the Data for I-Share

Presented 10-26-2016 by Amy LeFager and Marcella Nowak, co-chairs of the FY17 CARLI Resource Sharing Committee
Slides and Presenter Notes
Slides 3 per page

Overview of the I-Share (UB) Resource Sharing Environment: Background, Relationships, and Processes, 8-4-2016 webinar

Slides and Presenter's Notes

Slides 3 per page

Note: On slide 15 of the Webinar recording (slide 13 of the printed slides/notes), an example library's "alumni" patron group is shown as being mapped to the UBReg I-Share patron group; with the clarifications made to the Resource Sharing Code during the summer of 2016, alumni are no longer I-Share eligible. Contact with any questions.

Resource Sharing Forum, 6-6-2013 @ IVCC

Agenda

Morning panel discussion:

Tracking "Not Charged Items"- Kyle Onley & Sandy Harris, ONU

Using Voyager Reports- Amanda Pippitt, MIL

Voyager Circulation Client Training

Circulation Client Screen Shots

Circulation Client Training Exercise

I-Share Non-print Resource Sharing Webinar

Are you wondering if your library is "typical" in the amount of non-print that can be borrowed by other I-Share libraries' patrons?  Have you not given your non-print policies much thought in a long time? We've been looking at the numbers and percentages of non-print materials available for I-Share resource sharing and would like to share some of what we've learned with you.

In this webinar, we'll review some statistics using reports for an anonymous example library. You may want to look at your own versions of these reports before the webinar, and possibly even have a copy handy during the session. Specifically, we recommend you look at recent versions of your library's Circ Stat 10 and Circ Stat 8. These reports are available in your library's I-Share FTP directory and are described in detail on the I-Share Annual Statistics Package web page. Your I-Share liaison has access to your FTP directory.