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Use of Books in Print version 1.0 for Collection Development at Mercer University's Jack Tarver Library

Use of Books in Print version 1.0 for Collection Development at Mercer University's Jack Tarver Library

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  • 1. Theresa Preuit Rhodes Mercer University
  • 2. Just Our Facts
    • 8 Subject Librarians
    • 1 organizer
    • 1 student worker
    • 2,181 firm orders last year
  • 3. Why BIP 1.0?
    • streamlined printing
    • organized requests
    • simple, “non-systems speak” lists
  • 4. All in the List
    • BIP is starting and ending point
      • find it, add it to list, watch it move
    • list-naming etiquette
      • didn’t create it, don’t delete it
      • nothing to hide – public not private
    • shared ownership
      • not “your” list but ours
      • consistent update notes
  • 5. Load ‘em Up!
  • 6. Move ‘em Out (and around)!
    • track status from requested to arrived
    • shift items between lists
    • goal is no lists by end of fiscal year
  • 7. One Stop Shop = Less Work
    • BIP means:
      • central public location available 24/7 to search, create lists, monitor status, and record action notes
      • minimal training required
      • organized work for student assistants
      • option to print clean lists, including action notes and no icon or cover image required (less toner!)
      • reduced clutter
  • 8.  
  • 9.  
  • 10. Messing with Success: BIP 2.0
    • vendor focus on discovery
    • missing functionality for organizing and printing
    • lack-luster lists
  • 11. Not So Fast Bucko!
  • 12. Clock is Ticking !
    • don’t sunset without 1.0 functionality
    • wish list available
  • 13. Our 2.0 Wish List
    • Note field
      • include as option when printing
      • move under the title instead of far right of list screen
      • change input box size to tall rather than wide
    • Customizable printing
      • increase font size
      • allow user to select elements to print
      • don’t require icon or cover image
  • 14. Our 2.0 Wish List
    • Lists
      • add ability to move items between lists
      • add group edit option
      • add ability to delete empty lists
      • assume quantity is one (activates $ total) unless another number is added
      • allow editing of lists with more than 25 items
  • 15. Your Turn!
    • questions
    • suggestions
    • comments
  • 16. My 3.0 Dream Product
    • No “hidden windows” with Windows 7/Firefox
    • Results screen and printing customizable
      • user chooses which elements to hide/show/print
      • include option to sort by note field
    • Remember my choices
      • tag items already in a list as alert of a potential duplicate order
      • … and tell me which list!