This 2-day training session will cover:
Introduction to the staff client
Record sets overview
Record structure in Polaris
Editing bibliographic records
Editing item records
Adding bibliographic and item records
Thurs., September 14-Fri., September 15
Thurs., October 12-Fri., October 13
Thurs., October 26-Fri., October 27
Thurs., November 30-Fri., December 1
Limited to 2 staff/library
Acquisitions training will be organized into two groups: 2 sessions for those who currently use acquisitions and 3 sessions for those who do not.
If your library currently uses the acquisitions module, please register for one of the following sessions:
If your library does not currently use the acquisitions module, please register for one of the following sessions:
If you have already registered staff for the acquisitions training, you do not have to re-register or change sessions. If you are unsure whether your library uses the acquisitions module, please consult with your technical services manager.
Tues., February 20-Wed., February 21
Thurs., February 22-Fri., February 23
Tues., March 13-Wed., March14
Thurs., March 15-Fri., March 16
Tues., March 27-Wed., March 28
Limited to 3 staff/library
All webinars will be recorded and posted on the portal.
Registration opens September 2017 for January 2018 CCS Training. Additional sessions may be added based on need. All training will be held at the CCS Office in Arlington Heights.
Learn how to log in to Simply Reports, create a report, view and manipulate results, and other report options. Limited to 3 staff/library.
January 17, 2018 (2 sessions; 9:00am and 1:00pm)
February 16, 2018 (2 sessions; 9:00am and 1:00pm)
March 1, 2018 (2 sessions; 9:00am and 1:00pm)
These sessions will provide an overview of all things Polaris, focusing on reinforcing training in cataloging, serials, and acquisitions. Limited to 1 staff/library.
April 10, 2018 (9:00am - 12:00pm)
April 11, 2018 (9:00am - 12:00pm)
Learn the basics of using Polaris for cataloging, including using the "Find" tool, editing bib records (including programming macros), editing and creating item records, adding new records from OCLC, and using recordsets for managing workflow. Limited to 1 staff/library.