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Technology Integration

Technology integration is the use of technology resources -- computers, mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, digital cameras, social media platforms and networks, software applications, the Internet, etc. -- in daily classroom practices, and in the management of a school. LGCA technology integration services is devoted to being proactive to provide districts with the latest technology to help students achieve their maximum potential through the use of resources:

  • INFOhio
  • iCoach
  • Google
  • Infinite Campus

Documentation

Setup  Length  Video
  SOFTWARE UPDATE: Short video showing the steps to update your WorkFlows to version 3.5.3 (Summer/Fall 2018)  0:36  
       
  Accessing WorkFlows: How to setup and connect   1:26
       
  Set Checkout to search by homeroom  1:26   
       
  Allow multiple windows to be open at the same time  1:10  
       
Circulation     
   2:41
       
  How to check in books     
       
  Print student barcodes with each homeroom on its own page    
       
Cataloging     
  Enable auto barcode assigning during cataloging and
How to print the barcodes for your newly cataloged items
 2:00
       
  Print dumb barcodes to use in cataloging  1:14 
       
  Download records from SmartPort  3:10
       
       
Discards     
   Mark books as discard  1:00
       
Reports     
  Specified Path not found? Then you need to   2:04
       
 
Are you having trouble locating where MS Word is at on your computer so that you can view or print reports? 
 1:50
 
  Library Overdue Reports and Notices Overview with examples    
       
  Example A Homeroom List with Totals List of all students in the building that have an overdue book and/or owes the library money and the amounts owed to the library are totaled. The report is divided so that each homeroom starts on a new page. You can print off the report and pass out each page to the homeroom teachers.    
       
  Example B Homeroom List Same setup and information as the “Homeroom list with totals” except that if a student has more than one book overdue and/or owes the library money, the amount owed is not totaled. You can print off the report and pass out each page to the homeroom teachers.    
       
  Example C Library Desk List  An A-Z list of all students in the building that owe the library a book and/or money. Great list for keeping at the library desk for quick reference.    
       
  Example D Overdue Notices One page report per student showing all books that are overdue, their cost and any moneys owed to the library. Print these off and send home with the student.    
       
Example E Overdue Notices with customized message Same report as the “Overdue Notices” except you enter your own message regarding overdue books and/or money owed to the library. Print these off and send home with the student.    
       
  Example F Overdue Notices, with two notices per page  Same as “Overdue Notices” or “Overdue Notices with customized message” except the report is designed to print two notices on one page. Two per page to help save paper/ink. You can print off the report, cut the pages in two, and pass out each ½ page to the correct homeroom teachers to send home with the student.    
       
 
Example G List or Notices for one homeroom: Any of the above reports, but for just one homeroom.
Example H Just Overdues: Any of the above reports, but just for overdue books.
Example I Just Money owed: Any of the above reports, but just for moneys owed to the library.
Example J Email Overdue Notice with customized message to parents/students. 
   
       
MobileCirc     
   Setup access on a computer or chromebook  1:16
       
   Setup access on a mobile device  1:42
        

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Contact

(440) 357-9383 opt. 4
(800) 334-4597 opt. 4 
email - lgca_sirsi@lgca.org 

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