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Honeywell’s Voyager™ 1202g single-line laser scanner incorporates the freedom of Bluetooth® wireless technology and offers a field-replaceable battery that can be quickly and easily exchanged. The new 1202g delivers the aggressive linear bar code scanning that users have come to expect from the world-renowned Voyager family of scanners. Available in black or ivory.


  • Outstanding Scan Performance on Poor Quality and Damaged Bar Codes: Maintains productivity by providing a worry-free linear scanning solution that minimizes the need for manual data entry
  • Class-Leading Presentation Scanning: Increases throughput by providing object detection and automatic in-stand detection and configuration
  • Multi-Interface: Minimizes costs by delivering support for USB, keyboard wedge, and RS232 interfaces in a single scanner
  • Contemporary, Ergonomic Design: Ensures operator comfort and productivity by incorporating an integrated finger groove in a sleek, lightweight industrial design that fits well in most hands
  • Superior Out-of-Box Experience: Simplifies set up with tool-free stand assembly; automatic in-stand detection and configuration; and automatic interface detection and configuration

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Honeywell Voyager™ 1202g Barcode Scanner with Bluetooth® 


Includes cradle, manual, 3 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty Available in Black or Black and White                      

Free Shipping
OhioNET Prices Good Through Friday, March 30, 2018


For product availability, questions, or to place an order,  
contact Pam Rossman, 800-686-8975 x 10 or email pamr@ohionet.org
To see what other products OhioNET has to offer, go to:  http://www.ohionet.org/products


Many libraries have opted to subscribe to a discovery layer to help patrons uncover all the materials they provide through a single search interface.  However, this new layer of software can have many quirks and requires thoughtful implementation and maintenance.  

If you are a subscriber to the popular Summon service, plan to attend this webinar to learn about settings to ensure ALL your content is displayed, to gathera list of recommended data-maintenance tasks, and to explore options for front-end customizations, like chat pop-up boxes.

Getting the Most out of Summon
Thursday, March 22nd, from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Presenter: Amy Fry, Bowling Green State University

Effective communication skills are central to our ability to work within the communities we serve, but some conversations can be very challenging.  Whether you’ve struggled to talk about a sensitive issue with a colleague, to ask your boss an uncomfortable question, to deliver unpopular news to staff members you supervise, or even to set appropriate boundaries with an inquisitive patron, you aren’t alone.  However, it won’t help to just avoid the subject or hide in the back room.  So what can you do?  Practice, practice, practice!  Check out the link below for more details about our hands-on workshop!

From Problem Patrons to Sensitive Subjects: Dealing with Difficult Conversations
Monday, May 7th from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM (in-person, at OhioNET)
Presented by Dr. Miriam Matteson, Kate Porter, and Pam Cole

OhioNET’s popular and practical workshop, Basic Book Repair, returns with a SPRING presentation.  Lead by Dr. Miriam Kahn, this day-long, hands-on session will teach high quality, less damaging repair techniques to keep your circulating collection looking healthy. Attendees will learn how to repair torn pages, tip-in loose pages, tighten hinges, reattach broken hinges, and repair spines simply and easily.  With plenty of time to practice and a set of supplies and tools to take home, you can confidently start completing long-overdue repairs.  Save money and extend the life of your general collection—CLICK HERE to register now


Registration for this event closes Apr 19th and space is limited.

McGraw-Hill has recently opted to extend their trials on some additional Science & Technology resources through 3/19/18.  If an OhioNET member purchases a subscription (new subscribers only) to any of the below resources, they will offer a 20% discount for one subscription and a 30% discount for two or more subscriptions. Subscriptions must start 7/1/2018.

o       AccessScience

o       AccessEngineering – join our next training webinar on:  

March 8, 2018  10:00 am    |  Eastern Daylight   Time (New York, GMT-04:00). 

Click this link: goo.gl/2eDGdW to register, once you receive the calendar invite, make sure to save it.

o       AccessBiomedical Science

o       OMMBID

o       McGraw-Hill eBook Library: Business, Student Study Aids, Computing, or Language collections

Additional discounts are available on new resource purchases, if members are able to pre-pay for multiple years up front.  This offer could provide a significant cost savings.  

Please contact Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Program Manager, at 614-484-1064 or carriew@ohionet.org for more information.

We hope you have had an opportunity to take advantage of the OhioNET 2018 Database Preview, now running through February 28.  McGraw-Hill has graciously offered to extend their trial period until March 16. 

As a reminder, they are also offering these current promotions to OhioNET Libraries:

  • If an OhioNET member purchases a new resource, we will offer 20% discount off one subscription and 30% discount off two or more subscriptions. (Offer excludes F.A. Davis PT Collection.)
  • Additional discounts are available on new resource purchases, if members are able to pre-pay for multiple years up front.  This offer could provide a significant cost savings.  
  • As a token of their appreciation, they would like to also offer a raffle for a Kindle or $100 Amazon gift card to any participant that previews a new resource and completes a short 5 question survey. An additional entry is available if a demo is requested. CLICK HERE FOR SURVEY

Please use the same methodology as before to access the following resources beyond the end of February:

Ø  AccessMedicine - http://accessmedicine.mhmedical.com/

Ø AccessPharmacy - http://accesspharmacy.mhmedical.com/

Ø Pharmacotherapy Principles & Practice: http://ppp.mhmedical.com/book.aspx?bookid=1793

Ø AccessEmergency Medicine - http://accessemergencymedicine.mhmedical.com/

Ø AccessPediatrics - http://accesspediatrics.mhmedical.com/

Ø AccessSurgery - http://accesssurgery.mhmedical.com/

Ø AccessPhysiotherapy - http://accessphysiotherapy.mhmedical.com/

Ø F.A. Davis PT Collection: http://fadavispt.mhmedical.com/

Ø AccessAnesthesiology - http://accessanesthesiology.mhmedical.com/

Ø AccessCardiology: http://accesscardiology.mhmedical.com/

Ø JAMAevidence - http://jamaevidence.mhmedical.com/

Ø PAEasy - http://paeasy.com/

Ø RadReviewEasy - https://new.radrevieweasy.com

Ø USMLE Easy- https://www.usmle-easy.com/

Ø AccessNeurology -http://neurology.mhmedical.com

Ø AccessObGyn-http://obgyn.mhmedical.com

Ø AccessHemOnc: http://hemonc.mhmedical.com/

Ø Case Files Collection: http://casefiles.mhmedical.com/

Ø Clinical Sports Medicine Collection: http://csm.mhmedical.com/

Ø John Murtagh’s General Practice Collection: http://murtagh.mhmedical.com/

Ø Primary Care eBook Collection: https://mhebooklibrary.com/topic/medprc

Ø First Aid Test Prep eBook Collection: https://mhebooklibrary.com/topic/fircol  

Ø USMLE First Aid eBook Collection: https://mhebooklibrary.com/topic/libfausmle

Ø Nursing eBook Collection: https://mhebooklibrary.com/topic/mednur

Please contact Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Program Manager at carriew@ohionet.org or 614-484-1064 for more information.

Credo Reference has announced that this summer they will release a new interactive e-guide, The Credo FYE Guide: Practices for Enhancing Instruction, full of helpful tips and best practices for supporting first year students. Each month this spring, Credo will release a new chapter directly to interested librarians. Sign up here to receive upcoming installments, as well as view the currently released section on Orientation.

Springshare has recently announced their development of the Springshare suite, which combines the following products into one concise package at a substantial discount:

  • LibGuides / CMS
  • LibAnswers + Social
  • LibCal
  • LibInsight
  • LibCRM
  • LibStaffer
  • LibWizard
  • E-Reserves

OhioNET libraries will receive an additional discount for upgrading to the Springshare Suite.  Please contact Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Program Manager at 614-484-1064 or carriew@ohionet.org for quotes or more information.

In addition to the tremendous discount OHIONET has on the R2 Digital Library platform for Rittenhouse eBooks, we are pleased to share that our members are also eligible for an limited-time discount on any purchases made during the Database Preview

The  eBook list available for purchase can be viewed at www.r2library.com (6,500 eBooks).  Libraries can select titles based on need.  Special collections in nursing are available on the platform.

Featured publishers include Elsevier, F. A. Davis, Lippincott, Springer, and more.  

Please contact Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Program Manager, at carriew@ohionet.org or 614-484-1064 for more information.


Infobase has a new digital resource catalog for all academic databases and streaming video collections.  Click on the link below to see what all is available.  Discount incentives are available for OhioNET libraries. 

Infobase Catalog:


Please contact Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Program Manager at 614-484-1064 or carriew@ohionet.org for quotes or more information.