Updating library catalog
Some of the current screen displays and functionality are necessary as they will integrate with the live ILL version of the software.
find IT CT is being developed in phases and this is only the beginning.
Pn P device installation considers the digital signature of a driver package to be invalid if any file in the driver package is altered after the driver package was signed.
Such files include the INF file, the catalog file, and all files that are copied by INF Copy Files directives.
The basic system will allow library staff members to initiate and respond to ILL requests.
For more information on request IT, visit https://libguides.ctstatelibrary.org/dld/requestitct The next phase of development of find IT CT will be adding the holdings of all remaining libraries into the catalog.
Libraries submitted data extracts for the discoverable catalog back in the Fall of 2015.
Once the overall development of find IT CT is completed, more frequent data extracts will take place.
The schedule below lists the dates when we will put out a call for your library’s holdings based on your library’s ILS vendor.(excluding libraries in LCI, LION); Submission of holdings opens: Wednesday, June 15 Deadline for submission of holdings: Thursday, June 30 ILS/Vendor: Ex Libris; TLC; Polaris Submission of holdings opens: Tuesday, July 5 Deadline for submission of holdings: Tuesday, July 19 ILS/Vendor: Auto-Graphics (Auto-Graphics will send us this update) Submission of holdings opens: Mon, July 25 Deadline for submission of holdings: Friday, August 5 ILS/Vendor: Follett; Any other ILS not listed above Submission of holdings opens: Monday, August 15 Deadline for submission of holdings: Wednesday, August 31 At its completion, find IT CT will facilitate ILL for all participating libraries across the state of Connecticut.Phase 1 of find IT CT (just completed) was to build a discoverable catalog.If you cannot submit your holdings during the 2 weeks, please let Gail know and we will make other accommodations.ILS/Vendor: Koha; Sirsi Dynix; Innovative Interfaces, Inc.