Conference presentations given at various venues.

Circulation and User Reports: A Brief Overview

This presentation focuses how a mid-sized academic library uses Symphony circulation and user reports. It provides a brief overview of the reports which the Roberts-LaForge Libary runs on a nightly basis to properly maintain both collections and the user database. It details the reports which send out overdue notices, hold pick up notices, and generate cash reports. Additionally, attention is given to those reports related to user management.

Saving Your Stuff: Personal Digital Archiving for Faculty Members

Everyone has digital files, but making sure they're still usuable in 5 or 10 years is a challenge. Based on the Digital Preservation curriculum from the Library of Congress, this presentation will illustrate ways in which we can ensure our files remain accessible. It breaks the process down into six steps with an eye towards long term, digital preservation of personal files. Though aimed at university faculty, the presentation is accessible to all.

Digital Preservation - Manage and Provide Access

This presentation was given at the 2017 Society of Mississippi Archivists' Conference. It covers the final two modules of the Library of Congress' digital preservation curriculum.

Setting Up the Enterprise Catalog

In 2015, Delta State University implemented Enterprise as our public access catalog. This talk will give an overview of the set up and implementation process. This presentation was given at the 2017 Mississippi SirsiDynix Users Group meeting.