[minervacirc] [MinervaCats] attn: EVERYONE,

Cyndi Burne cyndi at topshamlibrary.org
Thu Mar 14 14:27:34 EDT 2013


I agree and will send to the circulation list serve as well.  To help narrow
down the suspects you can see the date and time the hold was placed.  

 

Cyndi Burne

Assistant Director

Topsham Public Library

25 Foreside Road

Topsham ME, 04086

207 725-1727

cyndi at topshamlibrary.org

 

From: minervacats-bounces at informe.org
[mailto:minervacats-bounces at informe.org] On Behalf Of Karen Jones
Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2013 2:18 PM
To: Ellen Conway; minervacats at lists.maine.gov
Subject: Re: [MinervaCats] attn: EVERYONE,

 

I have a suggestion that maybe we should send this information to the
Minerva-L listserv.  It's not only the circulation staff who place holds for
patrons.  I'm sure that other staff within a library place holds, also, like
the reference or children's departments.  I think all staff should be made
aware of how to do this.

Karen

 

 

Karen N. Jones

Technical Services Librarian

Lewiston Public Library

200 Lisbon St.

Lewiston, ME 04240

kjones at lewistonmaine.gov

Voice: 207.513.3004 x3511

Fax: 207.784.3011

TTY: 207.513.3007

www.lplonline.org

 

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From: minervacats-bounces at informe.org
[mailto:minervacats-bounces at informe.org] On Behalf Of Ellen Conway
Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2013 11:59 AM
To: minervacats at lists.maine.gov
Subject: [MinervaCats] attn: EVERYONE,

 

especially apl, bfl,cfl, gpl, gar, edl, lpl, mca, pfl, sca, ski, spp, tpl,
wlk, wpl, ypl:

 

In spite of the frequent discussions about item level vs. bib level holds on
multidiscs,  bib level holds are STILL being placed on Downton Abbey dvd
sets, seasons 1-3.  Season 1 has 8 bib holds, season 2 has 14 bib holds, and
season 3 has 7 bib holds.  Even though the records have all been edited and
have the item volume fields, this continues to happen.  The patrons with
these holds belong to the libraries referenced above.

 

What is the answer?  I encourage everyone to make sure that their circ staff
understand the problem.  I don't mean to throw anyone "under the bus" but I
can't figure out how this is happening other than placing holds in
millennium circulation mode.

 

Thanks

Ellen


 

-- 
Ellen M. Conway 
Maine InfoNet Cataloging Specialist

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