We are in the process of weeding MANY nonfiction books at our school. Is there a way to print a list of titles that have a “weeded” shelf location for a specific date range (we would also need to capture the ISBN number as well). We are trying to alleviate having to manually key all of these items on a materials discard list once we remove them from Workflows.
To get this kind of data, you will want to run the CAT: Shelf List report under the INFOhio tab. Here is how you will want to set up the report: • Under the Item Selection tab you will enter XXXX (your library code) in the Library field • You will need to populate both the Shelf location and Current status field with WEEDED • In the Date modified field, you will choose Range on the popup and select the dates that you were weeding materials • Under the Output Option tab, you will select the report type to be Spreadsheet (it defaults to Brief) • Further down the screen, you will see four check boxes under the heading Bibliographic Field Selections, and it is here that you can check ISBN to have it included in your results • Click Run Now
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Every day I have to download data from our SIS, manipulate it, and then send it out to various staff members. I have to spend time each day doing this and it really adds up. Is there a better way?
In most cases, yes! We can work with you to help automate the process and in many cases require no interaction from the district at all. The files are just sent to the various staff members every day on schedule.
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