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  • CKLS - Event Information Webpage Template 1
    and Netbooks What your library has for you Programming Pathfinder Central Staff Training Cataloging Circulation Reports Tips Tricks Users Group Patron Training PILL Search Print Details Created 23 January 2014 Last Updated 11 February 2014 Register for this event Handouts are available here after the event Thursday January 16 2014 Snowday January 23 9 00 11 30 a m Osborne Public Library 325 W Main Osborne KS 67473 1 30 4 00 p m Russell Public Library 126 E 6th Russell KS 67665 Contact Person Kathy Rippel Presenter Kathy Rippel CKLS Resource Sharing Access Light refreshments will be served at no charge Please indicate dietary restrictions when you register We will do our best to accommodate you If you are not interested in the details of cataloging this workshop may not be for you Simply continue to send CKLS you items for cataloging However if you would like to better understand how to enhance records or create basic temporary records or to interpret current records join us for this session CKLS does cataloging for member libraries for free However if you have a burning desire to learn more about MARC Machine Readable Cataloging join Kathy Rippel for this introduction to basic MARC fields and subfields Since MARC is used by all library online catalogs this workshop would be useful to CKLS librarians using Pathfinder Central and other versions of Koha Books Systems TLS Follett etc All participants should come with the staff side Web address logins and passwords for your library s catalog We will have the mobile lab up and running You will be able to go to the staff side of your catalog login and see your MARC cataloging as it appears back at your library What will be covered Most common fields and their formats Must have

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  • CKLS - Event Information Webpage Template 2
    29 2013 8 45 a m 2 45 p m Central Kansas Library System Lower Level Meeting Room 1409 Williams St Great Bend KS 67530 1 800 362 2642 Contact Person Patty Collins Presenters Marquita Boehnke and Patty Collins CKLS Youth Services Sandy Wilkerson SEKLS Julie Tomlianovich SCKLS Anna Foote State Library of Kansas Light refreshments will be served at no charge Lunch is on your own Please indicate dietary restrictions when you register We will do our best to accommodate you Come join us for a fun filled day We will learn about STEM Notable Children s Books and 6 by 6 Early Literacy Kits 8 45 a m Registration Refreshments 9 15 a m Welcome Marquita Boehnke Patty Collins CKLS 9 30 a m STEM in Storytime Sandy Wilkerson During the day Sandy works as the Youth Services Consultant at SEKLS At night she solves first grade math problems with the rest of her supermom duties She strives to be the crafty one but isn t The former school librarian lives in Iola with her husband and daughter Her session will introduce the concepts of Science Technology Engineering and Math into your storytime session Titles websites and ideas will be shared 10 30 a m Break 11 45 a m Notable Children s Books Julie Tomlianovich Julie has been on the Caldecott and Newbery committees and now serves on the Notable Children s Book Committee The session will describe the process involved of serving on the committee She will share what it is like to receive track read and nominate and vote for the titles Julie has been a children s librarian for more than three decades and believes in the power and beauty of children s literature She is the Youth Services Consultant for SCKLS 11 45

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  • CKLS - Event Information Webpage Template 3
    Central Staff Training Cataloging Circulation Reports Tips Tricks Users Group Patron Training PILL Search Print Details Created 23 January 2014 Last Updated 03 June 2015 Register for this event Handouts are available here after the event Monday October 28 Jewell at Jewell Community Center Tuesday October 29 Hunter at Hunter Cafe Wednesday November 6 Sylvan Grove at Home Town Cafe Thursday November 7 Hoisington at Mi Terra Restaurant 5 45 p m 8 30 p m Contact Person Chris Rippel Presenters CKLS Librarians and CKLS Consultants Supper will be served at no charge Please indicate dietary restrictions when you register We will do our best to accommodate you This workshop is free The CKLS Continuing Education Grant may be used to pay for all travel to and from this workshop In 2014 CKLS is offering the facilities competitive grant The guidelines and applications are at https db tt jwcp6QGa This year s grant comes in two sizes 1 Many grants up to 5 000 will be awarded The total money for these grants is at least 30 000 These grants are for repairing or improving the library s exterior or interior Acceptable building and remodeling expenditures include paint furniture shelving contract labor making library ADA compatible landscaping creating special areas for children teens or seniors etc 2 One grant up to 10 000 will be awarded This grant is for larger versions of the building and remodeling projects If the winning application is less than 10 000 the remaining money will be used to fund more of the smaller projects Libraries cannot apply for both sizes of grants As with all competitive grants both grants require matching funds based on library size This workshop will explain the two sizes of grants explore possible projects and the application form Question 8

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  • CKLS - Homepage Information Article Example
    Event Calendar Event Registration Rotating Book Truck Schedule Events Year at a Glance Information The POST Forms and Reports Workshop Handouts Librarians Trustees Genealogists State Library of Kansas eContent eReaders Black and White eReaders Color Smartphones and Tablets Computers Laptops and Netbooks What your library has for you Programming Pathfinder Central Staff Training Cataloging Circulation Reports Tips Tricks Users Group Patron Training PILL Search Homepage Information Article Example Print Details Created 29 January 2014 Last Updated 11 February 2014 2013 Youth Services Fall Workshop This title will not be in the actual information article It will replace the large bold Homepage Information Article Example Register for this event Handouts are available here after the event Tuesday October 29 2013 8 45 a m 2 45 p m Central Kansas Library System Lower Level Meeting Room 1409 Williams St Great Bend KS 67530 1 800 362 2642 Contact Person Patty Collins Presenters Marquita Boehnke and Patty Collins CKLS Youth Services Sandy Wilkerson SEKLS Julie Tomlianovich SCKLS Anna Foote State Library of Kansas Light refreshments will be served at no charge Lunch is on your own Please indicate dietary restrictions when you register We will do our best to accommodate you Come

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  • CKLS - Event Information Webpage Template 1
    your library has for you Programming Pathfinder Central Staff Training Cataloging Circulation Reports Tips Tricks Users Group Patron Training PILL Search Event Information Webpage Template 1 Print Details Created 23 January 2014 Last Updated 11 February 2014 Register for this event Handouts are available here after the event Thursday January 16 2014 Snowday January 23 9 00 11 30 a m Osborne Public Library 325 W Main Osborne KS 67473 1 30 4 00 p m Russell Public Library 126 E 6th Russell KS 67665 Contact Person Kathy Rippel Presenter Kathy Rippel CKLS Resource Sharing Access Light refreshments will be served at no charge Please indicate dietary restrictions when you register We will do our best to accommodate you If you are not interested in the details of cataloging this workshop may not be for you Simply continue to send CKLS you items for cataloging However if you would like to better understand how to enhance records or create basic temporary records or to interpret current records join us for this session CKLS does cataloging for member libraries for free However if you have a burning desire to learn more about MARC Machine Readable Cataloging join Kathy Rippel for this introduction to basic MARC fields and subfields Since MARC is used by all library online catalogs this workshop would be useful to CKLS librarians using Pathfinder Central and other versions of Koha Books Systems TLS Follett etc All participants should come with the staff side Web address logins and passwords for your library s catalog We will have the mobile lab up and running You will be able to go to the staff side of your catalog login and see your MARC cataloging as it appears back at your library What will be covered Most common fields and their formats

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  • CKLS - Event Information Webpage Template 2
    Tuesday October 29 2013 8 45 a m 2 45 p m Central Kansas Library System Lower Level Meeting Room 1409 Williams St Great Bend KS 67530 1 800 362 2642 Contact Person Patty Collins Presenters Marquita Boehnke and Patty Collins CKLS Youth Services Sandy Wilkerson SEKLS Julie Tomlianovich SCKLS Anna Foote State Library of Kansas Light refreshments will be served at no charge Lunch is on your own Please indicate dietary restrictions when you register We will do our best to accommodate you Come join us for a fun filled day We will learn about STEM Notable Children s Books and 6 by 6 Early Literacy Kits 8 45 a m Registration Refreshments 9 15 a m Welcome Marquita Boehnke Patty Collins CKLS 9 30 a m STEM in Storytime Sandy Wilkerson During the day Sandy works as the Youth Services Consultant at SEKLS At night she solves first grade math problems with the rest of her supermom duties She strives to be the crafty one but isn t The former school librarian lives in Iola with her husband and daughter Her session will introduce the concepts of Science Technology Engineering and Math into your storytime session Titles websites and ideas will be shared 10 30 a m Break 11 45 a m Notable Children s Books Julie Tomlianovich Julie has been on the Caldecott and Newbery committees and now serves on the Notable Children s Book Committee The session will describe the process involved of serving on the committee She will share what it is like to receive track read and nominate and vote for the titles Julie has been a children s librarian for more than three decades and believes in the power and beauty of children s literature She is the Youth Services Consultant for SCKLS

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  • CKLS - Event Information Webpage Template 3
    Training Cataloging Circulation Reports Tips Tricks Users Group Patron Training PILL Search Event Information Webpage Template 3 Print Details Created 23 January 2014 Last Updated 03 June 2015 Register for this event Handouts are available here after the event Monday October 28 Jewell at Jewell Community Center Tuesday October 29 Hunter at Hunter Cafe Wednesday November 6 Sylvan Grove at Home Town Cafe Thursday November 7 Hoisington at Mi Terra Restaurant 5 45 p m 8 30 p m Contact Person Chris Rippel Presenters CKLS Librarians and CKLS Consultants Supper will be served at no charge Please indicate dietary restrictions when you register We will do our best to accommodate you This workshop is free The CKLS Continuing Education Grant may be used to pay for all travel to and from this workshop In 2014 CKLS is offering the facilities competitive grant The guidelines and applications are at https db tt jwcp6QGa This year s grant comes in two sizes 1 Many grants up to 5 000 will be awarded The total money for these grants is at least 30 000 These grants are for repairing or improving the library s exterior or interior Acceptable building and remodeling expenditures include paint furniture shelving contract labor making library ADA compatible landscaping creating special areas for children teens or seniors etc 2 One grant up to 10 000 will be awarded This grant is for larger versions of the building and remodeling projects If the winning application is less than 10 000 the remaining money will be used to fund more of the smaller projects Libraries cannot apply for both sizes of grants As with all competitive grants both grants require matching funds based on library size This workshop will explain the two sizes of grants explore possible projects and the application

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  • CKLS - CKLS History
    Thompson began delivering rotating books in a station wagon borrowed from Leon Whiteman to libraries in Plainville McCracken Great Bend Ellinwood Claflin Ellis Downs Long Island Stockton Palco Russell Lucas Smith Center Kensington La Crosse Hays and Hoisington The first deliveries were three boxes of children s books two boxes of young adult books and one box of adult books By September 1965 the system had purchased a van with Central Kansas Libraries on the side Until the late 1970s the rotating driver selected the books placed them in red yard long wooden boxes for delivery The driver had a key to each library because boxes of books were often swapped when the library was closed In 1975 the driver made several rotations to Kensington s library before discovering that the Kensington Library Club had closed the library without telling the system In 1978 librarians began selecting their own books from a rotating truck To improve interlibrary loan CKL gave telephone credit cards to member libraries Librarians used the cards to call the closest large library for interlibrary loan requests A statewide interlibrary loan network was established by October 1965 Librarians mailed to Topeka library postcards with their ILL requests

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