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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)

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.

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).

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.

These sessions will cover how to enter marks for courses that are on a student’s schedule that will not have grades entered by a teacher in your building (example:  Post Secondary/ESC classes), calculating GPA SETS and reviewing what courses are factoring into a student’s GPA, viewing a student’s Course History (COHI) and manually adding courses/marks to COHI.  Graduation Eligibility will also be discussed as well as how to generate transcripts and the ranking report.

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 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.

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 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.

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