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MidCoast Libraries Supporting Early Literacy

“Positive early literacy experiences help young children build a strong foundation for learning to read and write, and are a key for future success in learning,” says Chris Jones, Manager Libraries of MidCoast Libraries. “Early literacy programs provide opportunities for young children to be able to experience language in all its forms.” Studies in the… View Article

“My Precious…” Data Through Reports

Statistics don’t delight most people, but when it comes to managing your Library and your collection, they are important. We use data to decide what to include or discard from your collection, and whether eBooks are out-borrowing regular books, among many other things. That should make your statistics a treasured commodity. One of the quickest… View Article

Getting a Smorgasbord of Search Results

Imagine going to a 5-star restaurant known for its extensive menu and only being allowed to order an entrée. It would be disappointing, missing out on exactly what you’re looking for especially if you were craving one of their wonderful desserts. It’s like looking in your digital documents for a specific term but only searching… View Article

You’ve got to keep it updated

Are you still using Windows version 3? I’d say not, and why? Because it’s old. It looks out of date, the functionality is clunky, compared to what we have today, and it just can’t do the things that the latest version of Windows can do. These are the same reasons that you should be updating… View Article

Business Intelligence Dashboard

Imagine being able to open your computer and have all the answers to management’s questions. Circulation figures, popular genres, whatever you need all in the one place. Imagine no more with the Business Intelligence Dashboard soon to be included in LIBERO. The Business Intelligence Dashboard was the focus of our Development Group for 2019. Selena… View Article

Is it time to reinvest in your knowledge?

Knowledge is one of those tricky things – you just don’t know what you don’t know. Perhaps you did your training, 5 or 10 years ago, and have been working hard to build on that knowledge since then. But what things have changed that you don’t know about? Or you’ve had a new staff member… View Article