Talawanda digitizes Marshall and Hanover memorabilia (Oxford Observer)
Enterprise / Portfolio
The latest upgrade to Enterprise (the public catalog) included a new mobile version (not to be confused with the mobile app). When you connect to cat.lanepl.org from your phone or tablet, you now see a version adapted for those screens.
SirsiDynix is upgrading Enterprise, our public catalog, overnight (Friday 1 a.m. – 2 a.m.)
After the upgrade, we should be able to quickly add RBdigital magazines, which will then be available directly through Enterprise. I’ve not seen this in action yet, but it sounds very useful.
I don’t like to do upgrades on a Friday but as someone said to me recently: “Everyday is Friday now.”
Our RBdigital Unlimited Magazines will be available directly from Enterprise via the SirsiDynix’s eResource Connector with the next upgrade, due by end of April.
RBdigital Magazines effortlessly syncs a library’s licensed current and back issues of eMagazines to Enterprise. Patrons can easily find, checkout and read digital magazines from the library catalog.
The addition of result tabs tn the catalog (Physical Items, Digital, etc.) has resulted in some problems searching for with Cummins Photo and other assets in “Portfolio” (digitized local history items.) We did not notice this in testing. I will be working with SirsiDynix to address this. In the meantime, if you are looking for Cummins photographs or city directories or any other digitized local history item, use ASSET SEARCH from the drop down menu on the left. We may rename this soon, but it will be in the same spot.
SearchOhio is active again. Requests arrive daily. This week we resumed lending to other libraries. We wanted to “soft launch” it as Penny and others adapted to the new process. On Friday, I added a “quick search” button to the catalog. This button takes users to the opening page for the SearchOhio catalog. We are …
Thanks to the long-term efforts of Brad Spurlock and the current work of Penny Brown, I am pleased to announce progress in improving the presentation of the Cummins “Remember When?” photograph collection.