November 27, 2015

Mobile Worklists: Opening the Stacks



Sponsored by Innovative and Library Journal

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This one-hour webcast focuses on how library staff can bring a mobile app to the stacks. The new Mobile Worklists tool saves time for public services and technical services staff, while making material-handling tasks more efficient.

This modern approach reduces the need for staff travel between stacks and the desk, cuts down on repetitive material handling, enables staff collaboration, and dramatically reduces paper usage.

Join us and see how you can break away from the confines of your desktop and perform key tasks right in the stacks.


Kathy Halloran
ILS Systems Administrator
Jefferson County Public Library

Kathy Halloran is the system administrator for Jefferson County Public Library where she is responsible for implementing, training and monitoring all aspects of the library’s innovative system. She has given numerous presentations on making your ILS work for a floating collection, RFID and self-service options at both state and national conferences.

Sarah Hickman Auger
Director, Library Platform and Product Strategy

Sarah Hickman Auger has extensive experience with Innovative’s Encore Discovery Solution after working with Innovative for over 10 years. As such, Sarah is a longtime supporter of libraries and their missions.

Elizabeth Henry
Product Manager

Elizabeth Henry is currently in the role of Product Manager for Mobile Worklists at Innovative. She has also worked at Innovative as a Systems Librarian in Innovative’s Library Services and Support department focusing on circulation. Prior to Innovative, she was a librarian at the Santa Cruz Public Libraries (CA).

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  1. Don Eckles says:

    I would like to register for the May 20th webcast, “When Library Staff Go Mobile” but the link we were sent her will not take me to a registration setup. Would you please resend the link to my email address. Thanks!


    Don Eckles
    West Chicago Public Library District