OHIONET is once again offering a bulk purchase of Avery 6464 blank removable labels. We are able to offer the best possible price by purchasing the labels in bulk.

Avery 6464 Label - $16.05 per pack + shipping

Let us know how many packs you would like to purchase, and we will ship them to the location you indicate on the order form. If there are shipping charges, they will be indicated on the confirmation email.

Avery Order Form

The Hybrid 2.0 is the newest disc repair machine from VenMill Industries. Building on the success and popularity of the original Hybrid, the Hybrid 2.0 features an improved design and more aggressive repair to restore your discs faster than ever before. This small, easy-to-operate, and fully automated machine is capable of running 300+ discs per day. Advanced Hydro Optic polishing technology ensures a superior repair on all types of discs, including Blu-ray.

1.  Fully automated
2.  Blu-Ray Repair
3.  Ultra Quiet
4.  No Technical Training Required
5.  Easy-to-Operate
6.  Includes a one year manufacturer's warranty and free technical support

                                                                                                                        Member Price
VenMill VMI-Hybrid 2.0 Disc Repair System with Free Shipping  $1,622.50 *
(The VenMill Hybrid 2.0 comes with supplies for up to 500 minutes of repair.)

* Repair Combo Packs are also available for $61.90 each with shipping included.
(The VMI Hybrid Combo Pack Includes 6 Pairs of Polishing Pads, 6 Center Hubs, 2 Bottles of Repair Solution, 2 Nozzle Caps and a CH Chip.  This pack is good for up to 500 minutes of repair.)

OHIONET Member Prices Valid Through Thursday, April 30, 2015

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


Does your library struggle with reaching readers? Not sure which social media channel works best for RA? Are you tired of hearing how people still don’t know you have audiobooks, ebooks or even large print books? This session will offer new ways to inform and engage readers who visit your library as well as proving strategies to reach non-users. Please join us for a free recorded webinar with Nancy Dowd, co-author of Bite-Sized Marketing.  She will share successful strategies and real life examples that will inspire you to RA greatness.  Listen at your convenience here: https://novelist.webex.com/novelist/lsr.php?RCID=64bf00f5951540d39ad6759447ba6431 

EBSCO is offering a special discount to libraries who attend this webinar:  Libraries who subscribe to any new NoveList product before July 1, 2015 can obtain an additional 10% off.  This 10% off discount would continue throughout the life of the subscription.   

The NoveList line includes:

  • NoveList
  • NoveList Plus
  • NoveList K-8
  • NoveList K-8 Plus
  • NoveList Select
  • LibraryAware
  • NoveList Complete  

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

Via Pam Hickson-Stevenson, Ohio Chapter Councilor, the American Library Association staff has provided the following list of candidates from Ohio for positions in ALA and its divisions and Roundtables. You will see the candidate’s name, the ballot on which you’ll find them listed, and the position they are seeking.

Mary Frances Burns, ALA Councilor-At-Large
Chuck Gibson, ALA Councilor-At-Large
Andrew P. Stuart, ACRL-STS, Vice-Chair/Chair-Elect
Masha Stepanova, ACRL-SEES, Secretary
Katie Gibson, ACRL-WESS, Vice-Chair/Chair-Elect
Dracine Hodges, ALCTS-AS, Member-At-Large
Robin L. Gibson, ALSC, 2017 Wilder Committee
Kathleen Marie Webb, LLAMA-BES, Secretary
Felton Thomas, Jr., PLA, President-elect
David Lincove, RUSA, Division Councilor
Julia Warga, IFRT, Director-At-Large
Alenka Chadwick, RMRT, Director (Two-Year Term)
Virginia Ellis Palmer, RMRT, Director (Two-Year Term)

Please consider your Ohio colleagues as you prepare to vote!

Did you make a recent change to your e-mail address?  Do you need to make some updates to your OHIONET contacts?  Please use our form at http://www.ohionet.org/update-contact-information to make sure you are getting all of the information about your OHIONET membership.

You can also update your OHIONET-L listserv subscription at http://list.ohionet.org/mailman/listinfo/ohionet-l_list.ohionet.org.

We look forward to keeping in touch with you!

McGraw-Hill has extended several special deals to OHIONET members on AccessScience, AccessEngineering, and McGraw-Hill eBook Library.

For a limited time, new AccessScience subscribers will receive a free copy of the 20-volume set of the McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology, 11th Edition.  Eligible subscriptions must start before July 1, 2015. 

New AccessEngineering subscribers can receive an additional 15% discount.  This offer is also good for new McGraw-Hill eBook library subscribers.  Again, eligible subscriptions must begin before July 1, 2015.

Please contact Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Specialist for more information at carriew@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 25.  

We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Spring Preview for Public Libraries is now available. The preview is open from Tuesday, March 3, through Friday, April 3. Users can trial over 100 electronic resources at no cost during this time. 

In order to access the Preview, you must first authenticate as an authorized user. For your initial login, please request credentials from Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Specialist at carriew@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext. 25.

Returning visitors can go directly to http://ohionet.org/public-trial.

Please also contact Carrie with questions, requests for quotes, or any technical difficulties you may experience.

Enjoy the Preview!

We asked and you answered--OHIONET’s next day-long, multi-type conference will tackle a topic that looms large in the minds of many librarians these days: assessment and evidence-based decision-making.  Plan to join us for “Dive into Data: Gather, Analyze, Communicate” on Friday, July 17th at the Holiday Inn Worthington here in Columbus for a day of de-mystifying the basics of assessment, discussing why these skills are so critical, and talking about tactics you can take back to your home institutions to help develop a culture of assessment.

If you’ve found yourself working on specific assessment projects, developing data-gathering practices, or been asked to demonstrate outcomes for any of your programs or services, we invite you to submit a proposal to share your experiences.  Proposals from individual speakers, pairs or panels are welcome--CLICK HERE for the online submission form!

As always, if you have questions about this or any of OHIONET's other Continuing Education options, please don't hesitate to contact me at shellym@ohionet.org.

We are beginning negotiations on our July 1 electronic resource subscription groups, and we would like to take this opportunity to gather feedback on our communications with you about those groups.

Our current system for communicating with you about those renewals includes our website, e-mail updates, and an annual letter in the mail, but we want to make sure we are using those tools in a way that best suits your needs.

We would be grateful for your feedback.  There are  questions in the survey, and it can be completed in two minutes or less.  However, we also have lots of room for you to give more detailed comments if you like.

Please respond by March 31 via the survey link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8X3L7CY

OHIONET is currently coordinating groups for the following subscriptions:

EBSCO's "RLG" package

  • Anthropological Index
  • Anthropological Literature
  • Anthropology Plus
  • Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals
  • Chicano Database
  • Heritage of the Printed Book (formerly Hand Press Book)
  • History of Science, Technology and Medicine
  • Index to 19th-Century American Art Periodicals
  • Russian Academy of Sciences Bibliographies

INSPEC through EBSCO (http://www.ebscohost.com/ACADEMIC/inspec)

PAIS through ProQuest

SIRS through ProQuest

GeoScience World (http://www.geoscienceworld.org)

At this time group negotiations with ProQuest and GeoScience World are just beginning.  However, EBSCO has confirmed their interest in working with OHIONET and is currently coordinating renewal pricing.  If your library is interested in exploring a continued subscription for these resources, please contact Carrie Waibel, Electronic Resources Specialist at carriew@ohionet.org or 800-686-8975, ext 25.