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WorkFlows Circulation Tips and Tricks PDF Print E-mail
Written by Shawn   
Tuesday, 09 February 2016 16:29

View the WorkFlows Circulation Tips and Tricks webinar now!

The topics discussed are listed below followed by the start time in the webinar recording. Click and drag the green button on the bottom of the screen during playback to quickly navigate to any areas that may be of interest.  This session was recorded on 1/21/2016.

  • Printing lists on the fly in WorkFlows (6:00)
  • Using Item Search and Display to find information about previous user, bills, checkouts, holds, and more (17:42)
  • Check Item Status Wizard (29:45)
  • Mark Item Missing Wizard (32:23)
  • Mark Item Lost Wizard (36:55)
  • Creating and Paying Bills in WorkFlows (51:00)
  • Charge History in WorkFlows (1:00:00)
  • Circulation Policy and WorkFlows Reports (1:05:17)
  • Blanket Holds in WorkFlows (1:15:00)
  • Email Receipts in WorkFlows (1:33:00)
  • Local Toolbar Management in WorkFlows (1:38:00)
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 February 2016 16:45
Request for Proposals Internet Access
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 22 January 2016 16:13



UPRLC is seeking proposals for Internet Access and Connectivity at up to five public libraries. 

Click HERE for the RFP and bid instructions.


Written questions about the RFP will be accepted up to February 1, 2016, noon 12:00:01 pm est by emailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Questions from Service Providers and answers from UPRLC will be posted here at this website.

January 25, 2016
Just to be sure, you are looking for fiber internet quotes on all of your locations?  I ask because my Co Ax Connections are Asynchronous and none of the uploads reach 10m

Answer:   Libraries are looking for a minimum of 10 Mbps download and 10 Mbps upload. Thanks for the inquiry.


Last Updated on Monday, 25 January 2016 18:23
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  What is UPRLC?
UPRLC is the Upper Peninsula Region of Library Cooperation. We are a group of people working together to improve library services in the Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan. The UPRLC is governed by a board of representatives from school, school/public, public, academic and special libraries throughout the Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan. Officers and board members are elected at the annual meeting held each year in September. Though all libraries from the Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan are eligible for membership in the UPRLC, only registered member libraries have a vote in the elections.
UPRLC provides Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan libraries opportunities to improve their services and expand their resources. UPRLC believes in libraries working together.
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UPRLC's Purpose and Mission is to:

Facilitate the sharing of information resources among Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan libraries. Encourage sharing of resources with cost-effective practices and procedures made possible through interlibrary cooperation among Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan libraries. Enable the Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan libraries to link up and interact with other regional and national electronic bibliographical communication systems. Assist libraries in providing information and educational services to the residents of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan.

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