LibPasDemo-Script.doc - Texas Public Library Annual Report 2012-LibPAS Demo Title Slide Thank you Naomi Welcome everyone I’m pleased you could join me

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Texas Public Library Annual Report 2012-LibPAS Demo Title Slide. Thank you, Naomi. Welcome everyone. I’m pleased you could join me for this overview of the Texas LibPas Data collection website and the changes to the 2012 report. I am Stacey Malek and I manage the library statistics and accreditation program here at the State Library. Slide 2. So, let me briefly go over what we’ll cover today; then we’ll get to two poll questions; and then move into the presentation and demonstration. <Review agenda> Slides 3 and 4. First poll question and then second poll question. This will help me understand how many of you are new to the data collection tool and how much time to devote to it. Slide 5. Ok, now that I know X of you have/have not completed an annual report before and X wanted to throw your computer out the window, let’s move on to the demonstration. What you see on this slide is the website address, the date that the user names and passwords went out, and the screen shot of what you’ll see when you go to the website. If you have not received your user name and password, send Valicia Greenwood an email. Her contact information is at the end of the presentation. We’ll also make this power point available to everyone. It’s also on the handout that you should have received a day or so ago with the agenda. Keep in mind that I don’t want to just lecture on this demo, but want to answer your questions. That way, when you go to complete the online form, you have those nagging questions answered before you even start! So please type in your questions as we go and Naomi will stop me, as needed. I’ll also stop a few times and make sure we don’t have any questions waiting. Once we finish the demonstration, we’ll do questions again and then come back to the power point to go over the changes in the questions. Slides 6 and 7. One last thing before we go to LibPAS; as you complete the survey, there are some things you need to remember. First, the more detailed the notes, the better. I’ll show you where the questions are that have edit checks. Make sure you annotate if an edit check pops up. We get lots of questions about the subtotal and total fields not updating after changes are made; or even the changing not taking. You do need to go to another field or go to the bottom and click “save” in order for the changes you make to update in the form. I’ll show you an example. Finally, there is a one-hour time out for the application. If you try to move around after you’re timed out, the login screen will look different than what you’re used to, so just go back to the site and log back in. DEMO -So, let’s go out to the website and take a look around. I am going to use a library’s login today to demonstrate the site.
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