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FAMILY FUN NIGHT @ HORICON MARSH
Special Event for Library Patrons
Tuesday, July 15, 2014, 5-9 PM
Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center, N7725 Hwy 28, Horicon, WI 53032
Family Fun Night Activities Include:
Family Wildlife Hikes
Crafts for Kids: Pine Cone Bird Feeder, Making a Butterfly Out of a Coffee Filter
CSI ~ Critter Scene Investigation
Last week on March 20 and 21 was training for the new WISCAT Share-it. Please start using the new Share-it at http://stwi-agent.auto-graphics.com/mvc The Classic library will be done as of June 30, 2014. When using the new Share-it you will need to use IE 9 or 11 (no 10) and the latest Firefox, Chrome or Safari browsers.
Please be sure to change your websites to reflect the new URL and logo. The URL links and logos are attached.
There are 3 downloads available. There are two full sheet posters: One is formatted for printing on 8.5x11 and the other is for 11x17!!
And the smaller Zinio flyers with the magazine titles on the back are now available as well.
As of October 1, 2013 the Marketplace has opened for people to start applying for health insurance.
The attached resources may be useful for patrons when applying in the Marketplace. Please feel free to make copies as needed.
We've put together an online, easily editable spreadsheet for libraries to use to list extra equipment and sets of music discs / television series where they have lost one or more discs. Those spreadsheets are now online and can be accessed using the following URLs:
SHARE Equipment Swap - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Ap5-BWgyJzBYdGI3SDlkOGxvdzJOLVN0dzRmSlp3SHc
This guide describes the new SHARE Brief Cataloging Process that can be used when records are not immediately found in SkyRiver using the client or Smartport. If you're new to this process, we highly recommend that you do the following:
On 8.22.11, the SHARE Cataloging Committee approved a set of examples for common variable entry MARC fields. Feel free to use this cheat sheet at your library to help save time as you catalog. Please note that these are only suggestions. As always, use catalogers judgement when editing bibliographic records. This guide is also available for download in PDF format (see below).