Another wonderful webinar by Stephanie Zurinski, CMLD’s consultant!
Stephanie covered the following sections: Services, Collection,
Circulation, Registered Patrons, Computer
Tip from one librarian: Listen to each webinar as you complete that
section, noting questions for follow up with your consultant.
Visit Maine State Library’s annual report resource page for links to this webinar and all past Bibliostat Collect archives with instructions to access. You also will
find the actual PowerPoint slides and a few updated answers to certain
Email or call Ellen Wood (See Contact Us on the Maine State Library website) if you want help accessing the archive or if there is a
problem in general with this webinar. We can set up a time that fits
your busy schedule if you need help.
Next session: The week of February 23-27 to cover edit checks, flags,
notes and submitting your final report. Open for any questions on the
Need help? The Bibliostat Collect: Facility/Staffing and Financial Report webinar is now available as an archive.
Listen to Stephanie Zurinski, the Cental Maine Library Consultant, discuss what data goes into the Facility/Staffing and Financial Report sections.
Visit the MSL annual report resource page for links to the archive, instructions to access if you never went to a webinar on online in the Wimba Classroom and/or a copy of the slides as PowerPoint or PDF (use as notes as you listen -much more in the webinar)
Check the Maine Library Community calendar for the next upcoming webinar on Bibliostat Collect: Services (4.1-4.10) and Collections ( 5.1-5.13) – Friday, February 13 at 9 am. (calendar posting and registration available Monday, Feb 9.)
Did you miss this informative webinar? You can now listen to the archive of Getting Started on Bibliostat Collect for Your Annual Report, hosted by Stephanie Zurinski, the Central Maine Library District Consultant.
Even when you register for a webinar, you may need to miss one at the last minute BUT as one librarian wrote back to me,
“I am so grateful for the archive which I just listened to. It was almost as good as being there live.”
Take a minute and to listen to features about the new version of Bibliostat Collect – Much improved! Easier! Tips for Getting Started!
Where to Find the Webinar and related PowerPoint slides
- Visit the Maine State Library annual report resources.
- Links to the archive, instructions to access if you never went to a webinar in our online classroom and a copy of the slides as PowerPoint or PDF.
- Feel free to use the PPT slides if you are from another state and wish to customize.
- Email or call us at the Maine State Library (207-287-5620) if you want help accessing the archive. We can set up a time that fits your busy schedule.
More In-depth Session for each Section
Stephanie will offer follow-up webinars on what data goes into the different sections of the Annual Report and be available to answer your questions.
I heard and read so many positive comments! A great job by Molly Larson and Peggy Beckvoort and all who helped.
More congratulations to those recognized at the Conference:
- Betsy Webb, Superintendent of Schools for the Bangor School Department, who was recognized as the Administrator of the Year at the Maine Libraries Conference on October 23rd. “Ms. Webb was lauded as “the kind of administrator we as school library personnel can often only dream of.”
- Betsy York from Central Aroostook High School in Mars Hill, who was named the Walter J. Taranko School Library Media Specialist of the year. Betsy was given a plaque and $500 donation to the school library media program in her name. Betsy has been the district’s library media specialist for over 30 years.
- Edna Comstock who was the recipient of the Maine Libraries Conference Co-Chair Award 2008-so helpful in making the conference a success. Edna was the conference manager and so much more.
- Senator Beth Edmonds who received the Presidents’ Award which is given by the president of both MASL and MLA. Senator Edmonds received this award for her service in the Maine State Senate, her service to the people of Maine, and for her advocacy on behalf of all Maine libraries.
Please take a minute today to visit the Maine Libraries Conference website to take advantage of the Early Bird registration special which needs to be received by September 30, 2008.
In addition to the wonderful programs lined up, this will be a perfect opportunity to say good-bye to retiring State Librarian Gary Nichols. What were you doing 38 years ago when Gary became the Maine State Librarian??
Have you checked the latest programs and events added to the conference website? Some of the topic areas:
- Health and Leisure-for your mental and physical well-being
View a list of speakers and their topic under “Schedule”, organized by category – with a topic description, about the speaker and a photo when available. To quote Peggy Becksvoort,conference co-chair: “If you don’t go, you will be missed!”