#introduction Hi, I'm Anna. I do #acquisitions and #eresources things at a small liberal arts university. In my spare time, I #sing in two women's choruses, play #softball on two teams (one of which I manage), volunteer at a community #radio station, and watch/listen to #StLCards #baseball games. I also like #weightlifting, #boardgames, and #beer. #hashtagasm
I'm finally able to get back to cleaning up lingering POLs in Alma, and it feels so good to close the ones with canceled/ceased subscriptions, eliminating them from the claims list as well as the encumbrances on the funds. For various reasons, we did not close most of our POs in Voyager as a part of the cancelation workflow.
I probably should have known this, but I also realized there's an option to mark something as no charge, which fixes all the gift and government document POLs.
If you're at all interested in knowing what was popular with DJs at a mid-Atlantic community radio station this year, yesterday I compiled our top 100 albums of 2020. https://www.wrir.org/2020/12/29/top-100-for-2020/
higher education, white supremacy, satire
This hits so on the mark that it stings a bit. https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/we-condemn-all-institutional-racism-except-our-own
@auntiekiki Can I change a POL type if it’s a serial item and not one-time? ie, change from continuation to subscription
librarian. choral singer. hiker. caffeine connoisseur. beer snob. cat owner. board game player. stlcards. queer. geek.
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