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Graphic Novels
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Does anyone carry Graphic Novels in their church library?  If so, where do you classify them.  Dewey says 721.4.  Since we don't put Fiction in the 800's, I wonder if we should not put the Graphic…Continue

Started this Q&A. Last reply by Betsy Ruffin Jul 22.

Quick Cataloguing
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We have recently installed Atriuum (yesterday) and deleted our beloved Concourse.  I am told I will love it!  My question is concerning Quick Cataloguing.  This is for those with Atriuum.  I have…Continue

Started this Q&A. Last reply by Everlie Bolton Feb 17, 2017.

How to process media
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Has anyone purchased a kit containing a thumb drive or flash drive.  I have recently acquired one with a Bible study kit and was wondering how to process it?  Anyone have any suggestions?  How do I…Continue

Started this Q&A. Last reply by Carol Roeder Sep 13, 2015.

200 Religion Classification
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Where would I purchase the latest copy of the 200 Religion Classification Guide? Continue

Started this Q&A. Last reply by Joanne Ladewig Aug 30, 2015.

 

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Betsy Ruffin replied to the discussion 'Graphic Novels'
"Did you mean 741.5?  That is where I put graphic novels. "
Jul 22
Janice Devers replied to the discussion 'Graphic Novels'
"For example, for book 1 of Dav Pilkey’s Dog Man series: Graphic JF Pil Dog01 and for the biography, Luther: Graphic JB Lut You could also use GN on the top line instead of the word Graphic."
Jul 19
Janice Devers replied to the discussion 'Graphic Novels'
"Most of the graphic books in my collection are for kids. I have a graphic books section in the kids area and it is quite popular. Most are fiction, but some are biography. The first line of the call number is the word Graphic and the rest is per…"
Jul 19
Paul Adams replied to the discussion 'Graphic Novels'
"I just put them in Fiction. People more likely to look for them there."
Jul 17
Carol Roeder posted a discussion

Graphic Novels

Does anyone carry Graphic Novels in their church library?  If so, where do you classify them.  Dewey says 721.4.  Since we don't put Fiction in the 800's, I wonder if we should not put the Graphic novels in 700's, but in Fiction?See More
Jul 8
Naomi Taplin left a comment for Carol Roeder
"Hi, Carol! Good morning! Our Spring 2017 Church Library Conference is just around the corner and we didn't want you to miss out on the learning and fun! Here is the link to the registration…"
Mar 9, 2017
Everlie Bolton replied to the discussion 'Quick Cataloguing'
"I have been using Atriuum quick cataloging for several years now. When I started our church library, I first visited all the church libraries in our area. One of the libraries was extremely organized, neat and tidy. The librarians agonized over how…"
Feb 17, 2017
Ron Brown replied to the discussion 'Quick Cataloguing'
"I look at what Atriuum suggests, ponder about it, and check Dewey/Sears if my experience causes me to suspect it should be closely inspected (If the source is LOC, you probably should check Sears. Dewey can be shaky too.). When in doubt, check it…"
Feb 12, 2017
Eva Nell Hunter replied to the discussion 'Quick Cataloguing'
"Carol, I responded to you with too much information, I guess.  It kept spinning for about 30 minutes and never went through.  If you will email me at:  enhunter1946@gmail.com, I'll be happy to send you my reply. Trust that you…"
Feb 11, 2017
Debbie Mauelshagen replied to the discussion 'Quick Cataloguing' in the group Atriuum User Group
"I use Quick Cataloging but will usually check the Dewey numbers that I am not 100% sure of.  I rarely find that I have to use the advanced search or catalog from scratch anymore unless it is a self published book. I have found that if I select…"
Feb 6, 2017
Jane Mouttet replied to the discussion 'Quick Cataloguing' in the group Atriuum User Group
"I use the Quick Cataloging, but I always use the advanced option. I found that putting the ISBN in the Quick Cataloging feature doesn't always bring up a response. But putting the ISBN in the Advanced option brings up the desired information…"
Feb 5, 2017
Allison Maynard replied to the discussion 'Quick Cataloguing' in the group Atriuum User Group
"Quick Cataloging is the best way to go.  Put the ISBN in the box. If that doesn't pull in the record, then click on "Advanced". Type in the author's last name and title. If that doesn't pull in the record, you may have…"
Feb 5, 2017
Carol Roeder added a discussion to the group Atriuum User Group
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Quick Cataloguing

Does everyone use Quick Cataloging or do you classify your books yourself?See More
Feb 4, 2017
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Feb 4, 2017
Carol Roeder posted a discussion

Quick Cataloguing

We have recently installed Atriuum (yesterday) and deleted our beloved Concourse.  I am told I will love it!  My question is concerning Quick Cataloguing.  This is for those with Atriuum.  I have always classified and catalogued books myself (for over 40 years).  I was trained l by Jackie Anderson.  I was always careful to use my Sears and Dewey and always checked to see if recommended subjects were allowed in Sears.  If they were not, I did not use them.  Now with Quick Cataloguing, the Dewey…See More
Feb 4, 2017
Carol Roeder replied to the discussion 'The Day I Met Jesus'
"Eva Nell:  does this apply to Bad Girls of the Bible Liz Curtis Higgins?"
Feb 4, 2017

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At 12:15pm on March 9, 2017, Naomi Taplin said…

Hi, Carol!

Good morning! 
Our Spring 2017 Church Library Conference is just around the corner and we didn't want you to miss out on the learning and fun!
Here is the link to the registration site: https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=0e4086
More information and the website link to registration can be found at:  http://texasbaptists.org/ministries/other-ministries/texas-baptist-historical-collection
Attached is a pdf detailing the classes we'll be teaching at the Spring 2017 Church Library Conference! ScheduleAndClassDescriptions.pdf
Take care,
Naomi

Naomi J. Taplin   |   Associate Director, Texas Baptist Historical Collection
office  254.754.9446   |    www.texasbaptists.org/tbhc
209 N 8th St   |   Waco, TX 76701
 
***Please note: New mailing address and phone number***

 

At 2:29pm on May 18, 2011, Eva Nell Hunter said…

Hi Carol.  So good to hear from you and am glad that you are a member of this CLN.  I trust that your library is going great.  Miss not seeing you as often as we once did.

 

Eva Nell

At 7:24pm on February 10, 2010, Rita Kirkland said…
Carol, so good to have you join in with us. How are things going in Houston?

Rita
At 1:41pm on December 6, 2009, Mary Anne Schmidt said…
Hi, Carol, are you still in Houston? I've forgotten your church's name. Do you remember me, from FBC Dallas? I am now library director emeritus. And I do have a terminal disease (not catching) but still like to keep up with what's going on in the church library world. How are you? and what's happening?

Hope to hear from you. Mary Anne
 
 
 

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