OhioNET News

Teen Health & Wellness will host a User Group for current and prospective customers at ALA Annual in Chicago. Plan to join librarians from across the country to learn about best practices and ideas.

DATE: Saturday, July 11
TIME: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
PLACE: Chicago Hilton, Lake Michigan Room

We are very excited about the new, recently-formed partnership between OHIONET and Atlas Systems, Inc.! In addition to the success that Atlas has had with ILLiad, a total management system for Interlibrary Loan, they have been expanding their product line to provide additional services which will fill a need with many of our OHIONET libraries.

Last spring, OHIONET introduced AEON to libraries as a management tool for special collections.  AEON is a circulation and request management software designed by special collections librarians to improve user service and maximize staff efficiency while providing unparalleled item tracking, security and statistics. Atlas has continued to develop AEON and most recently added photo duplication, digital management and order Processing.

OHIONET now offers an Atlas Annual Training Subscription to ILLiad libraries that will make it easier and more affordable to train new staff on ILLiad or provide refresher training for current staff. Libraries will only be able to purchase the Annual Training Sub through Networks.

Course Reserves and eReserves have become quite a challenge for many academic libraries and Atlas has developed ARES to provide a comprehensive interface and management system that will dramatically help libraries in this area. We are particularly excited about ARES as it is compatible with Blackboard. Through ARES, libraries can easily secure copyright permissions for their electronic reserves materials using either the standard rights management gateway or the new annual subscription service from the Copyright Clearance Center.

To find more information on these exciting new products, including online demos, click here, and choose "AEON" or "ARES."

The OHIONET FY 2009/2010 price list is now available. As always, our goal is to bring you the best value possible for your membership dollars. We understand that all of us are coping with a poor economic climate. In spite of this, we will continue to offer great pricing on products and services. Please check out the price list for more details.

Many of you have asked about prepayments. When you prepay OHIONET, you eliminate the need to process monthly invoices. In addition, Premium Members will receive a credit on their account in the amount of the discount. To take advantage of this program, please complete the Subscription Prepayment Invoice and return it with your payment.

American History in Video is now live, bringing over 2,000 hours of streaming newsreels (United, Universal, Chronoscope, and others) and documentaries (from The History Channel®, Bullfrog, Ambrose, California Newsreel, and more to come) right to your desktop—all you need is your Web browser.

This first release of American History in Video brings you over 400 hours of video with keyword-searchable, synchronized transcripts. As the video plays, the transcript scrolls, and what’s being spoken is highlighted. You can easily make custom clips, name them, and annotate them—then place your clips into personal playlists, include them in course folders to share and post online, cite them in papers, and embed them on your Web site.

Check out the trial access and learn more about the special pricing available now at http://alexanderstreet.com/OHIONETahiv.htm

New Teen Health and Wellness orders submitted by June 15, 2008 will receive an additional 5% discount from standard OHIONET pricing and 15 months for the price of 12 months!

Contact Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29) for more information.

New subscribers get two FREE seats with a purchase of Morningstar Investment Research Center by June 1.

Contact Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29) for more information.

Remember Ranganathan's Rules?

Help your readers find their books, and help your books find their readers by learning more about the powerful Reader's Advisory tools available from EBSCO. Whether it is the classic NoveList, the supplemental NoveList Plus, the interactive NoveList Select, or the proactive Next Reads, there are many tools available from EBSCO to help save the time of the user.

Check out one of these webinars to learn more:

  • Tuesday, May 19 at 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday, June 2 at 10 a.m.
  • Tuesday, June 16 at 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday, June 23 at 10 a.m.

Sign up now at http://www.ebscohost.com/novelist/default.php?id=322

Order NoveList Plus before May 31 and get an extra 20% off ConsumerReports.org.

Order 3 \DIY\ Databases from EBSCO (Auto Repair, Hobbies and Crafts, Home Improvement, or Small Engine Repair Reference Center) and get the 4th free on orders placed by May 31.

Combine that with other group savings on EBSCO products (up to 65% off list) to stretch your e-resources dollar to the max!

Contact Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29) for more information.

Sign up for Gale's Global Issues In Context by 5/31/09 and you'll receive 12 months of complimentary access to the History Resource Center U.S and History Resource Center World (a $5K value).

Contact Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29) for more information.

Start Oxford University Press subscriptions early, and use them often!

For NEW subscriptions, customers can sign up in May and receive 14 months for the price of 12 months, and 13 months for the price of 12 months in June.

Contact Christine Morris (christinem@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 29) for more information.