Keystone is offering a two-day in-depth training, round-table, and user feedback opportunity for KLAS Instructional Resource Center / Instructional Materials Center Users. An agenda with full details of each day's activities will be available soon.
Note: Keystone reserves the right to cancel or reschedule.
Prerequisites for attendance:
Attendee must have a KLAS Administrator role in their local system
Attendee has authority to change records and policies for their KLAS system
KLAS IRC Symposium Dates & Times:
Tuesday, October 29 - Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Each day's sessions will run from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
KLAS IRC Symposium Agenda
Agenda is subject to change. Also, you must be logged-in to klasusers.com to access these documents.
Interested in moving to a Duplication on Demand service model, but not sure how you’ll get enough cartridges and other supplies? There’s help available! NLS is offering supplies to all network libraries that are willing to transition to zero copy allotment--whether they plan to implement Gutenberg or Scribe.
Many of you have already heard about this and some have already put in their request, but please read on anyway—we’ve worked with NLS to make sure we’re accurately covering all the important details.
On top of that, we’ve developed a worksheet to help you plan your implementation process, including when you will need additional supplies.
Just the Facts
When you are ready, you can order from NLS:
Up to half of your total need for cartridges and containers. (Total need is calculated based on 5 cartridges per active audio patron, so half works out to 2.5 cartridges and cases per active patron.)
Pre-printed cartridge and container labels with your library information
In return, you will need to work towards full duplication service. NLS expects libraries to zero out their copy allotment within 12 months of implementing duplication on demand.
As more Talking Book libraries are considering which Duplication on Demand equipment and workflow to implement, we're working to help you make an informed choice about what will work best for your library, your staff, and your patrons. That means more resources and more opportunities to ask questions and get in-depth answers.
I hope you all got to enjoy a long weekend! It’s always hard to get back to work, but I have something fun to help welcome you back...a new video demonstrating the Scribe in Cartridge Recycle mode!
What do you think? We’re finding that the Cartridge Recycle mode is more streamlined than we expected when we got started with PCC, and we think it’s a great option for libraries who are considering implementing a Scribe appliance.
We're dedicated to supporting each type of organization that uses KLAS. Here are a few examples of our ongoing efforts to connect with and serve our IRC / IMC users:
Keystone staff attends the American Printing House for the Blind Annual Meeting where we host the IRC KLAS Users' Meeting.
The KLAS Users' Conference Program committee makes it a priority to seek out / provide KLAS content that appeals our talking book library, resource center, and association users as well as content specific to each.
In late October, Keystone is hosting an IRC Symposium at our office in Raleigh.
I wanted to take a few minutes today to highlight two upcoming IRC / IMC KLAS user events.