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Calendar Color Key:       Student/EMIS Services       Library Services       Fiscal Services       Other

This workshop focuses on the basic topics of copy cataloging in the SirsiDynix Symphony client, Workflows. Topics include Adding/Editing Items, Call Number and Item Maintenance, Global Item Modification, Transfer Title/Call No/Items, Remove Item, Adding Bib Records, INFOhio Cataloging Method, Vendor Files, SmartPort, SmartPORT Properties, SmartPORT: Obtaining Records, and SmartPORT: Complete the Cataloging Process.

- User Maintenance
- Item/Patron Barcodes
- Spine Labels
- “Review my Account” OPAC Barcodes

This workshop first focuses on the topics of user maintenance in the SirsiDynix Symphony client, Workflows. User Maintenance topics include user registration, modifying user records, and removing users.

Creating barcode reports will also be covered which include generic (or “dumb”) barcode creation for items/patrons, smart barcodes (for items/patrons), and spine labels. Learn how to schedule a barcode report to receive barcodes for new students weekly. Create barcodes to ‘Mark Long Overdue Items Lost’.

This workshop reviews the necessary steps to plan, start, and finish an electronic inventory using the library automation system. The inventory process is report-driven, so some experience with reports is recommended before taking this course. Remember, the best time to do an inventory is when most of your items are circulating! (Less items to scan)

Learn how to create reports that show current checkouts, fines, as well as how to generate overdue reports. The overdue reports created include desk reports for library staff and notices for students. Incremental overdue reports are also reviewed.

The purpose of the library user group is to form collaborative relationships and share expertise relative to library and information services among Trumbull and Ashtabula County library/media professionals.  Each meeting offers access to new library-related resources and information.  Specific agendas are tailored to each unique meeting.  You can view previous meetings here.

Are you new to the library and want to get acquainted with the library automation program and NEOMIN? This workshop will address the basics of the library automation client, Workflows (Introduction to WorkFlows, Cat and Cat Jr., ISearch, Circulation, and Item Searching).  NEOMIN-related procedures are covered including patron update processing, patron image loading, vendor disk processing, and the web help desk.

This workshop focuses on library circulation and cataloging statistic reports (such as Value of Collection report, Age of Collection report, New Titles report, Donated items – funding source report, Monthly Circulation Statistics report, Circulation Statistics by Grade report, Items with Highest Circulation in School Year report, and other selected reports).

This training is for the person(s) responsible for inputting the staff EMIS information into the USPS screens. If this person is not the payroll person then it would be advisable that someone with payroll access attend, especially if you are new to payroll. These two positions must work together to complete the staff EMIS.

These sessions will cover current year’s CCP Dual Credit vs high school credits based on new State changes. Courses/ Master Schedule/ Student Schedule/ HQT/ College Earned Credit/ Progress book updates. Bring class lists/College lists with the students that are in dual credit course and/or should only be getting High school credit only. Sessions will include hands-on classroom instruction followed by work sessions, if necessary.

This class will assist in MASS loading course requests for students.  1) Show how to have the students log into the SIS/DASL system one time to select their own requests.  2) By grade level - Ex: all 9th grade need HS0101-English 9, etc.   Or 3) how to mass load from current year to next year requests. EX: Course HS0101- English 9 will go to NEXT year HS0102-English 10.  Sessions will include honds-on classroom insturction followd by work sessions, if necessary.

These sessions are open labs where building personnel can come and add ESC courses into scheduling for EMIS reporting purposes.  Participants should bring a list of their district’s ESC students with them.  You must bring student name and student ID.

These sessions will cover October state reporting.  These sessions are open to all personnel who will be required to enter data for October Student reporting including building secretaries, EMIS Coordinators, counselors, etc.

These sessions will cover an overview of Gifted processing.  They will cover an overview of how NEOMIN mass updates gifted screening, entering/reporting of assessment and identification data, and running gifted reports.

These sessions will cover adding students into memberships.

These sessions will be an overview of the report card process in StudentInformation.  This session will discuss calculating quarter GPAs, generating report cards, and various reports that can be generated that pertain to report card grades/marks.  Instruction will also be given how to generate an honor roll report in Excel that could be sent to the newspaper.  These sessions will NOT include ProgressBook GradeBook training.

These sessions will cover the pre-scheduling process.  Topics include school details, staff maintenance, room maintenance, and course maintenance.  Session will also cover adding student course requests.  All high school and junior high scheduling personnel MUST attend the pre-scheduling session prior to attending Scheduling sessions.  Sessions will include hands-on classroom instruction followed by work sessions, if needed.

To help assure our districts are receiving the maximum amount of funding that they are entitled to for special education students, NEOMIN is offering a training session for all staff who are involved in the entering/reporting of special education data.  This training session will focus on the reporting of special education data in EMIS and is designed to help improve the understanding of the EMIS special education reporting process.

These sessions will cover the following:  Administrative Homeroom Report (R201-A), Student Roster Reports (R101-A, R101-B, R101-B By Homeroom), Class List Formatter Report (R703), Download Class List via EZ Query, Shared Student Data (JVS/Home) via EZ Query, SIS Student Search via EZ Query, and creating mailing labels in MS Word using data created via the SIS Student Search.

These sessions are open labs where building personnel can come and do work at NEOMIN with NEOMIN assistance.  There are no set topics.  Please register in advance so that the appropriate people will be available to assist you.

This course will cover creating both an express and a standard report through the Ad Hoc Reporting System.  The training will cover pulling information contained in one view as well as combining information from two views.  

This course will cover advanced topics including adding counts, sums, and formulas through the Standard reports in the Ad Hoc Reporting System.  We will also cover pulling information together from more than two views. 

This course will cover the new Grad Points Summary.  The intended audience is high school guidance counselors, principals, and/or secretaries who are responsible for tracking the number of points required for graduation for the Class of 2018 and beyond.

From Software Answers:

"In response to ODE’s new high school graduation requirements, and to help districts keep tabs on each student’s progress toward graduation, ProgressBook StudentInformation now features a ‘Graduation Points’ page. The Grad Points Summary screen gives users an overview of the progress the student in context is making on state minimum credit requirements and graduation pathways. The Industry Credential and Workforce pathway will be updated in our next release (due in January 2017).

From the summary screen, users can drill down to each subject area to see completed courses earned or courses currently in progress, or scheduled courses.

On the State Assessment Pathway screen, for each subject assessment, you can see if the student took a course requiring an End of Course exam and if so, the number of points earned. This page also indicates if the student did not take an EOC exam, or if a transfer student has been prorated in an assessment. Grad Points also provides a way to override course requirements for students who are exempt for a subject area requirement, and it handles exemptions for SpecialServices students.

This class will cover the following material:

1.  Changes to Attendance Setup/Data Entry in SIS to accommodate HB410

2.  Ad Hoc Reports to verify students' HB410 attendance totals

3.  Student Attendance Intervention Screen

4.  Student Absence Intervention Letters

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