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Subject:

Information on accessing yesterday's "So You're Thinking of Upgrading Your ILS" webinar archive

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"Salazar, Christina" <[log in to unmask]>

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Code for Libraries <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 10 Oct 2013 18:58:46 +0000

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(Plus a reminder about the 10/16 webinar.)

Please excuse cross-postings

Hello,

The first of two CARL webinars, "So you're thinking of upgrading your ILS" that took place yesterday, October 9, has been archived. To view the archived session, please click here, http://tinyurl.com/kr33t6w. Once you have clicked on the link, you will need to enter your name, email address, screen name and organization. If your organization is not listed on the drop down menu, you can choose any of the organizations listed.

Please email Christine Park, [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>,  if you have any problems connecting.

There is one more webinar in the series which will occur next Wednesday, October 16 at 11:00 Pacific Time.  Information for watching the second webinar live is below. This webinar will also be archived and information on how to access it will be sent out after the webinar takes place.

No prior registration is required for the October 16 webinar. Please note that the system can only handle 300 telephone lines. If multiple people from your institution are planning on participating, please consider watching and dialing in together if you have a speaker phone. You can also use VOIP; this option does not have a limit on how many people can participate.
The four Panelists for Wednesday October 16 are

*  Rogan Hamby, Managers Headquarters Library and Reference Services, York County Library Systems, South Carolina; Operations Manager, SCLENDS, a 19 library consortium, migration project manager. Most libraries switched from Horizon, TLC and Unicorn to Evergreen

*  Janel Kinlaw, Broadcast Librarian, National Public Radio, NPR's Library upgraded from Techlib to Collective Access

*  George Williams, Access Services Manager, Latah County Library District, Idaho, their 52 library consortium switched from ExLibris's Voyager to Koha.

*  Merrillene Wood, Interim Library Director, Western Nebraska Community College, WNCC switched from Follett Destiny as an individual entity to a statewide KOHA consortium (Pioneer)

Login information for the October 16th Session
PRIOR TO YOUR FIRST CCC CONFER MEETING
Test Your Computer Readiness, http://www.cccconfer.org/support/supportReadiness.aspx
PARTICIPANT DETAILS
Dial your telephone conference line: 913-312-3202 or (888) 886-3951
Cell phone users dial: 913-312-3202
Enter passcode: 969692
Go to www.cccconfer.org<http://www.cccconfer.org>
Click the Participant Log In button under the Webinars logo
Locate your meeting and click Go (CARL Webinar-So you're thinking of upgrading your ILS)
Fill out the form and click connect


Christina Salazar
Systems Librarian
John Spoor Broome Library
California State University, Channel Islands
805/437-3198
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