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 TUGM 2020  SESSION RECORDINGS

TIND company update

 TIND ILS    TIND IR    TIND DA    TIND RDM 

Alexander Nietzold - CEO, TIND

Where are we now and where are we heading? TIND CEO Alexander Nietzold provides a customer breakdown, industry news, and what's ahead for TIND.

TIND ILS: upcoming features

 TIND ILS  

Thomas Rambø - Product Manager, TIND

Thomas Rambø reviews the TIND 1.8 ILS release highlights, including new item and patron management workflows, globals lists enhancements, and more!

TIND IR, DA, RDM: upcoming features

 TIND IR    TIND DA    TIND RDM 

Kenneth Hole - Project Manager, TIND

New TIND 1.8 features for the TIND IR, TIND DA, and TIND RDM are reviewed by Kenneth Hole. See details of the file upload API, audio player, and more!

Loan Rules Selection

 TIND ILS  

Viet Nguyen - Circulation Coordinator, Caltech
Laurel Narizny - Systems Librarian, Caltech
Ramona Collins - Access Services Librarian, BerkeleyLaw

Presenters will each introduce the Patron Types, Item Types, Locations, and Loan Rules they use and briefly explain how those elements work together in their Loan Rule Selection matrix. Presenters will also explain the policy reasons behind their loan rule selection structures.

All acquisitions functions

 TIND ILS  

Joaquin Clay - Head of Serials Processing, BerkeleyLaw

An overview of acquisitions functions, including adding an invoice, adding order lines, paying and exporting invoices, showing export options, and more.

How to time travel and other tips from a cataloger

 TIND ILS 

Laurel Narizny - Systems Librarian, Caltech

Laurel Narizny demonstrates how to use spreadsheets, regular expressions, MarcEdit, the TIND ILS’s Batch Editor, and other tools for setting up advanced cataloging workflows. She also discusses the integration of EZProxy and EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) with TIND, as well as best practices for documentation, troubleshooting, maintenance of the catalog and its data, and for shepherding coworkers through ILS changes.

Failures, successes and other tales from the circ desk

 TIND ILS  

Laurel Narizny - Systems Librarian, Caltech
Viet Nguyen - Circulation Coordinator, Caltech

Caltech Library’s circulation workflows continue to evolve as the TIND ILS grows. Laurel Narizny and Viet Nguyen will discuss changes, mistakes, workarounds, and successes within the circulation department, with a focus on user accounts, email notices, and course reserves.

A place for our stuff

 TIND DA   

Lynne Grigsby - Head, Library IT, UC Berkeley

A talk about the process, the mapping, the successes and some of the 'gotchas' of migrating their own records, while adding new records and collections.

OAI harvesting: what we learned and how it's preparing us for DPLA harvest

 TIND IR    TIND DA   

Scott Anderson - Information Systems Librarian, Millersville University

Millersville University has successfully used OAI-PMH to harvest records from our TIND IR/DA for insertion into the EBSCO Discovery Service. Learn about (1) our rationale for the inclusion of IR/DA items in the library’s discovery environment; (2) the harvesting approach; (3) metadata mishaps and successes; (4) and how that all appears and behaves – for better or worse - in the discovery environment to the end user.

Workflows and tools for TIND DA: a day in the life at NCDHC

 TIND DA  

Lisa Gregory - Program Coordinator, NCDHC
Stephanie Williams - Digital Projects Programmer, NCDHC

Since implementing TIND DA, we’ve been creating workflows and building custom tools to help ingest new images and metadata. This presentation will walk through a day in the life at NCDHC, showing our TIND uploading workflows, the custom-built tools we’ve created, and the areas where we see a need for future development to help make the process even more successful.

AgEcon Search and the transition to TIND

 TIND IR  

Julie Kelly - Subject repository co-manager, UMN
Linda Eells - Subject repository co-manager, UMN

A brief discussion of the transition to TIND, including the move from DSpace, the migration process, and the adjustment to using MARC for repository records.

Beta testing batch the upload API

 TIND IR    TIND DA    TIND RDM 

Stacie Williams - Director, Center for Digital Scholarship, University of Chicago

Stacie runs through the creation of, workflows for, and collaborative efforts toward creating and beta testing a batch upload API for researchers on campus who want DOIs to point to their data in a secure, IRB-mandated server. The presentation will describe the conditions that led to the collaboration and API creation, surface the labor and time involved, and outcomes.

API for web views

 TIND IR    TIND DA    TIND RDM 

Michael Lindsey - Director of Library Web Development, BerkeleyLaw

Need to have a customized page showing data from your TIND system? See how Berkeley Law uses the API to create custom views of faculty publication and journal pages.

Building communities for success

 TIND IR  

Jeff Crump - Digital Librarian, Mercy Corps

Transitioning from a 12-year-old legacy system to TIND required early and ongoing engagement with our key stakeholders and user community. This presentation discusses how this engagement impacted our site design, migration and transition to TIND, and what we learned from the process.

Adding IR to ILS: our experience

TIND ILS    TIND IR  

Michael Lindsey - Director of Library Web Development, BerkeleyLaw

A variety of factors came together over the past year or so to cause us to consider changing IR providers. We will briefly summarize our motivations for leaving bepress, then discuss, our rationale for choosing TIND, the customer experience for this migration project, lessons-learned, things we would have liked to have done differently, etc.

Setting up Chrome for TIND use

 TIND ILS    TIND IR    TIND DA    TIND RDM 

Joaquin Clay - Head of Serials Processing, BerkeleyLaw

Discussion of creating a user account just for TIND use, useful plugins, and custom URL searching.

Welcome & intro to program

 TIND ILS    TIND IR    TIND DA    TIND RDM 

Alexander Nietzold - CEO, TIND

Welcome and introduction to TUGM 2020!