Margaret Delaney delanema at oplin.lib.oh.us
Thu Nov 14 10:31:05 EST 2002


Presented by: Kathie Graham, Gaylord Representative

Date: Mon, Nov 18, 2002 - 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Fees:  This workshop is free to anyone who would like to attend.

Registration and up-t0-date details available at:

For more information about this or any OVAL workshop, contact Amanda Bowers,
CE Coordinator, at mailto:bowersam at oplin.lib.oh.us or 1-800-759-1537 x9.

Please join us for a full demo of the system selected recently by Salem,
Paulding, London and Mount Vernon-Knox County to lead their public libraries
into the 21st century.
Upgrading to a new automation system is a major commitment for your library.
Your new system must provide the advantages you want today and the
infrastructure you'll need tomorrow.  Polaris® offers a fully integrated
solution for PAC, circulation, cataloging, acquisitions, interlibrary loan,
serials control and collection management. With advanced metasearching
capabilities and familiar Windows® and web-based interfaces, Polaris is the
choice for public libraries that need a system that increases staff
productivity and is easy for patrons to use.  To add more value for
customers, Polaris provides full integration with new library services like
PC management software, virtual reference, readers' advisory tools,
self-check, and automated sorter systems. Add a multilingual PAC that lets
you change languages at the click of a button and it's easy to see why over
300 libraries nationwide have already installed Polaris.  Polaris is a
product of Gaylord Information Systems, a Microsoft Certified Solutions
Provider and the 27-year-old software development division of Gaylord Bros.,
Inc., a leading supplier and innovator in the library industry for more than
a century.

Come to OVAL and learn whether or not the Polaris system is right for your
library. Get all of your questions answered by Gaylord Information Systems
representative Kathie Graham. Gaylord is providing lunch.

Learn more about the Polaris system through a demonstration and question and
answer session!

Margaret "Doc" Delaney, Communications Coordinator
252 West Thirteenth Street, Wellston, OH 45692
http://www.oval.lib.oh.us / mailto:delanema at oplin.lib.oh.us
740-384-2103 x2 voice / 740-384-2106 fax

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