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Welcome to the IUG Forum

The IUG provides a forum where you can discuss things related to Innovative software as well as sharing tips and tricks, files, etc. The forum took the place of the IUG listserv, and it offers the best of both worlds: You can subscribe to the forum b...
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Why patron expiration dates?

Am I wrong about this? As a public library, we WANT people to use their accounts. For us, as a public library, it's useful to be prompted every few years to check to make sure we have a patron's up-to-date contact information, but we don't have a ...
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IUG 2020 Call for Program Proposals

Hi All! Rhonda posted this, wanted to share here on our site as well: It’s that time of year again! On behalf of the steering committee and program committee, we would like to invite you to submit a program proposal for the IUG 2020 conference. Th...
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Idea Lab: Get ready for the last challenge of 2019

Hello Sierra Users, We have a few updates to share today. First of all, the winner of the Level Up! Sierra Create Lists Roadmap Challenge has been selected. Please checkout the announcement on III's blog for details. Next, we are happy to ...
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IUG 2020 Scholarships

On behalf of the IUG Steering Committee and the Polaris ILS Advisory Committee (PIAC), Trevor and I are pleased to announce the availability of scholarships to IUG 2020 in Minneapolis, MN, April 15-18. Each scholarship will cover the cost of earl...
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Looking for refreshed or new public library websites

Hi everyone! Are you working in a public library and do you have a newly refreshed/upgraded OR a new website that you're excited about? We're particularly interested in content presentation and how it connects to Sierra and/or your catalogue and oth...
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NCIUG 2019 Registration Extended!

Registration for NCIUG 2018 has been extended through Monday, October 28th. Come learn, network, and even get your issues resolved by III support experts at the III Clinic! Register at Eventbrite and see the full agenda on the NorCal IUG blog. w...
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Job Opportunity--Senior Librarian/Acquisitions in Southwest Florida

The Lee County Library System, located in Southwest Florida, is currently recruiting for a Senior Librarian/Acquisitions Coordinator to work at our Library Processing Center. For further position information and to apply, please see the URL/link bel...
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RE: Account Details for Electronic Coordinator at IUG Innovative Users Group

Good afternoon, The ANU has recently established an IUG account, see username details below. Can you please confirm whether or not this account has been verified? I have accessed the link provided but keep receiving an error message when I attem...
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2019 NCIUG Program

We're very excited about the presentation line-up at this year's NCIUG! New this year are the "III Clinics". Bring your current issues and support ticket questions and talk with them live and in-person with III experts, Patrick Chu and Ti...
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Updated IUG 2020 Program Submissions - Please Read!

It’s that time of year again! On behalf of the steering committee and program committee, we would like to invite you to submit a program proposal for the IUG 2020 conference. The conference will be held from April 15, 2020 – April 18, 2020 at the M...
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Idea Lab and impact of enhancement ideas

Hi All, I have been rereading the ideas in the Level Up! Sierra Create Lists Roadmap Challenge. Some very useful ideas in there to be sure, as there is in all of the challenges. But I can’t help noticing that the ideas vary ...
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MeeScan Self-Checkout App?

Hello, are there any Innovative libraries using a product for self-checkout called MeeScan? We would like to discuss with someone how it works for them. My understanding is that the product can allow self-checkout from a kiosk or from an app on your ...
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Job Opportunity: Senior Librarian at San Mateo County Libraries

Interested in supervising staff and taking the next step towards becoming a branch manager? San Mateo County Libraries (SMCL) is looking for Senior Librarians and we're recruiting now! Apply for a Senior Librarian position with SMCL and join us in...
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Bring Back [IUG] as Email Subject Header

Before the forum was migrated, the subject line of email messages for posts, comments and replies began with the text: [IUG]. Now the subject line for forum emails no longer contain this header. Is it possible to bring that back? I was using that tex...
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Idea Lab: Updates and Expiring Ideas

Hello Sierra users, We're only a few weeks out from the start of the final timed challenge for 2019, Death to Popups! This challenge will be running throughout the course of November, so be on the lookout for a future announcement with all the de...
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Program Submissions for IUG 2020 are now open!!

It’s that time of year again! On behalf of the steering committee and program committee, we would like to invite you to submit a program proposal for the IUG 2020 conference. The conference will be held from April 15, 2020 – April 18, 2020 at the M...
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IUG Conference 2020

I will be submitting a Birds of Feather session at the conference in April for a Northwest IUG meeting, watch for it and let's meet if you are attending to talk about a conference next Octoberish and share other information. Carolyn Bly cbly@sn...
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Sierra 5.0 New Features Video

Innovative has produced a 2 minute video to demonstrate some of the new features in Sierra 5.0: Email Due Slips Rerun Create List Queries Create List Record Restore Laura Frasca at Innovative recently shared this on the Idea Lab and asked me t...
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Reminder: 5 days left to vote in Pairwise

Hello Sierra users, You only have through Monday, September 30th to participate in the prioritization phase of the Create Lists Challenge. The goal is for as many people as possible to complete 40% of the possible pairs, and as of this moment...


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