December 15, 2003
Express mail—highest priority in that category
John and Beth work on a 1 page handout
Netscape—as well or better than Eudora, CITES doesn’t officially support it. Development path questionable for years?
FTP—get back to those 32 people about what kinds of questions they have. Are they using pine?
Is this a topic for a single presentation that John could give. Beth will look to see if these are the same people.
who has it working/
Who’s had problems with it?
How can we get people on an equal playing field?
Workshops are problematic
for laptop use, 3-4 weeks before ALA and/or SLA
Chat reference—refer names to David and Kathleen Kern
Reference use of internet—refer to public workshop
Networked public printing—departmental charge, overall, troubleshooting for patrons
relational database—increasingly common
probably enough for a workshop
--ask them what areas they are interested in.
--need a review session?
--send request to CPAC
Acquisitions and Serials
Voyager Report Writing
--Correlate with those who took training—primarily staff and Aps
Maybe what is needed is a “stuff session”
What is possible?
How do you get it?
Citrix—ask people to identify problems
Banner—check to see who this is
Databases—staff don’t seem to know they can sign up for GA training sessions
Sue—can we get people to “own” databases or vendors
These three are changing and the TDNet Group will be holding sessions.
Again, a follow-up on what they need
Susan Edwards—how to read ledgers?
Lincoln Trails has sessions on budgeting
Writing Grants—Beth Sandore
GSLIS adjuncts (around LEEP classes)
Policies and Procedures—target those people
Ergonomics—very high concern—new facilities director