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This is our online documentation.  Watch for additions.

Contact Information:
Karla Smith smith@winnefox.org

Melissa Klein klein@winnefox.org

General

Member-library expectations

Member-library expectations:

  • WALS libraries are to provide a knowledgeable person to coordinate communication with Winnefox staff.
  • WALS libraries are to provide adequate training for their staff.
  • WALS libraries are to follow the established guidelines for creating item and patron records.
  • WALS libraries are to process transited items, holds, and maintenance lists in a timely manner.
  • WALS libraries are to respect renewal limits of other libraries’ material.
  • WALS libraries are to purchase adequate numbers of in-demand titles to meet local needs.
  • WALS libraries are to share material via the holds system. Local-hold items should be kept to a minimum. It is agreed that new collections and new material can be local hold to meet local demand and browsing needs.

WALS Terms and Conditions of Service

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WINNEFOX AUTOMATED LIBRARY SERVICES (WALS)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE
 
The Winnefox Library System administers a service to its member libraries known as Winnefox Automated Library Services (WALS). The purpose of WALS is to enable resource sharing and improve library efficiencies by providing a shared, integrated library automation system and the necessary infrastructure to connect all Winnefox member libraries. The components of the system include circulation control, an on-line catalog, acquisitions and e-mail. 
 
The following terms and conditions of service are approved by the Winnefox Library System Board of Trustees and may be modified by its consent:
 
A.    A Library will begin sharing annual operations costs of WALS when its equipment is installed and training is received for inventory conversion and patron record creation.
 
B.     The annual WALS budget will be completed in accordance with the budget timelines of the Libraries and Winnefox, and in sufficient detail to support the amounts requested.
 
C.     As part of each year’s WALS operating budget process, the costs for operations and maintenance will be determined and shared among the Winnefox member libraries using the procedure described in this section.
 
1.      Calculate the total costs: The total costs will include purchase and maintenance of hardware and software, catalog records, personnel, equipment, supplies, telecommunication costs, contracted services and charges such as rent and utilities, and insurance. The total costs will also include an amount to be added to the WALS Capital Reserve Fund, which is used for replacement and/or improvement of the central site computer systems and/or telecommunications equipment. 
 
2.      Adjust costs to be shared: Subtract Winnefox payment from the total costs to determine the total costs to be shared among Winnefox member libraries.
 
3.      Establish a base payment amount: The base will be a minimum amount to be paid by each library that year.
 
4.      Calculate each library’s percentage share of the total costs: The formula for allocating the costs shall be determined by calculating the average of the following two (2) percentages: the library’s proportion of total annual circulation transactions and the library’s proportion of item and patron file sizes. The percentages shall be calculated using the annual statistics for the prior year.
 
5.      Calculate each library’s amount share of the total costs: For each library, multiply its percentage share of total costs by the adjusted total costs.
 
6.      Adjust the payments of libraries below the base: Any library whose payment as calculated in C.5. falls below the base amount will have its payment increased to the base.
 
7.      Adjust the payments of libraries above the base: The amounts of the adjustments made to bring libraries up to the base will be added together.  The total of the adjustments will be used to reduce the payments of those libraries whose payments as calculated in C.5. are above the base payment amount. 
 
8.      Assist member libraries to make the transition to a new funding formula: Starting in 2009, Winnefox may provide financial assistance to member libraries that experience significant payment increases when moving to the new funding formula.
 
D.    Library payments are due upon billing at the beginning of each calendar year. Payment terms for all accounts will be due net 60 days from invoice date. Failure to comply with the payment terms may result in the following penalties:
 
    1. for accounts 1-60 days past due – nine percent (9%) interest on amounts delinquent
    2. for accounts 61-120 days overdue – eighteen percent (18%) interest on amounts delinquent
    3. for accounts 121-180 days overdue – cessation of some or all automation services
 E.     WALS funds will be managed by Winnefox. They will be deposited and handled as are other funds managed by Winnefox. Winnefox will maintain WALS funds separately from other Winnefox funds and will draw on them solely to pay expenses necessary to develop and maintain an automated resources system. WALS funds will be covered by Winnefox’s annual audit and copies will be provided upon request.
 
F.      Winnefox will be responsible for the purchase and maintenance costs of all central site equipment and all equipment located in libraries that it deems necessary for the efficient operation of the shared, integrated library system and/or the telecommunications infrastructure. Winnefox will insure and hold title to that equipment.
 
G.    Libraries will be responsible for the purchase and maintenance costs of all equipment located at their own locations, such as PCs, switches, routers and self-charge equipment. Each library will also be responsible for any costs that are related solely to the support of such equipment. The purchase of the initial local equipment will be made through WALS. Each Library may subsequently buy additional equipment directly through WALS or from another vendor. Equipment purchased on behalf of the libraries by Winnefox, for use in their facilities, shall be owned and insured by the Libraries.
 
1.      Libraries will each be responsible for the purchase of their own supplies such as library cards, barcodes and radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. The purchase of supplies may be coordinated by WALS.
 
2.      Libraries will each be responsible for any cabling or electrical work needed in their own facilities to connect their equipment. The contracts for such work may be coordinated by WALS.
 
H.    Libraries participating in the shared, integrated library automation system will purchase materials for their local collections to meet local demand, and will share those materials with other libraries. Some high-demand items in each library’s collection may be kept for local use until the local need is met.
 
I.       Libraries will maintain accurate patron and item records.
 
J.       Libraries will ensure that their employees receive initial and ongoing training in the use of the system.
  
K.    Any library which fails to observe WALS policies and procedures will be billed for the staff time lost due to failure to follow such policies and procedures at the average rate of salaried project employees including benefits. Such a bill will be for actual time expended on the problem but in no case for less than one hour. Additionally, any vendor or other contractual charges directly attributable to failure to follow agreed upon policies and procedures will be charged in full to the library responsible.
 
L.     Continued failure to follow agreed upon procedures may result in action by Winnefox, including cessation of some or all automation services.
 
M.   A library may withdraw from participation in the WALS automated resources system at the close of any calendar year by notifying Winnefox in writing by June 30 of that year. The withdrawing library will be billed for the costs of extracting a copy of its records from the WALS database and purging its data and current transactions.
 
N.    The Winnefox Technology Executive Council (WTEC) will provide guidance and make recommendations to Winnefox for the development of WALS and other Winnefox technology services. WTEC will operate according to by-laws approved by the Winnefox Library System Board of Trustees.

 

General Principles of Participation in the Winnefox Library System

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General Principles of Participation in the Winnefox Library System and the WALS
Network
2016

There is a long history of strong cooperation, collaboration, and trust among the Winnefox member libraries. This spirit has been the foundation of the many accomplishments within Winnefox, including the development of the shared automation system

As part of that history, there have been discussions and consensus agreements about how libraries are to operate and of how library staff are to function in this cooperative environment. There are also expectations and requirements based in Wisconsin statues. This document is an attempt to summarize both. As new directors and staff start working in Winnefox libraries, this document will help to provide a clear summary of what is expected. For existing staff, it provides a review.

1. State Requirements for System Membership and Library Operation
Libraries must meet and follow all of the state statutes that cover library operations and procedures.

2. Communication

Open and honest communication between Winnefox libraries is a crucial component of the cooperation needed for providing good library service.

a. Email

Email is the primary means of communication between Winnefox libraries. Library staff are expected to regularly read email and manage their email accounts. The Winnefox email account is for work purposes. Staff are expected to use a separate email account for personal use. There are many free, web-based options for personal email.

b. Communicating Problems

Information about problem patrons and potential problem situations should be shared with other system libraries.

c. Project Consultation

Large projects that might affect other libraries or would require Winnefox staff time should be discussed with Winnefox staff as the project is planned.

d. Communications with Library Staff

In many cases, Winnefox staff communication is with library directors or, in larger libraries, department heads. It is essential that information be communicated to all library staff whose duties warrant it.

3. No Special Privileges for Library Board Members and Directors

§19.59 Codes of ethics for local government officials, employees and candidates.
No local public official may use his or her public position or office to obtain financial gain or anything of substantial value for the private benefit of himself or herself or his or her immediate family, or for an organization with which he or she is associated. [19.59(1)(a)]

Library board members and the library director are not to receive special privileges. This
includes:

  • Borrowing new items before they are entered into the system
  • Multiple renewals
  • Extended loans
  • Selective forgiving of fines 

Per the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board, the Code of Ethics for Local Public Officials applies to local elected officials and local government employees who are either appointed to serve for a specified term of office or who serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority.

This means the libraries cannot legally provide special services to their board members or to library directors. Ethically, staff members should not receive special privileges either. If a service is offered to the public—extended loans, forgiven fines, etc. staff and board membersare allowed to receive those same services.

Staff may check out new, donated material first for the purposes of reviewing a title before deciding whether to add it. Staff may also have different loan periods for material needed for story times, book talks, etc. The emphasis is on material needed for work purposes, not personal use.

4. Privacy of Library Patron Records §43.30 Public library records.

Records of any library which is in whole or in part supported by public funds, including the records of a public library system, indicating the identity of any individual who borrows or uses the library's documents or other materials,  resources, or services may not be disclosed except by court order or to persons acting within the scope of their duties in the administration of the library or library system, to persons authorized by the individual to inspect such records, to custodial parents or guardians of children under the age of 16 under sub. (4), to libraries under subs. (2) and (3), or to law enforcement officers under sub. (5). [43.30(1m)]

Wisconsin law protects the privacy of library users. As a matter of library ethics, staff should not look at user records unless necessary for library business and should not talk about patron use of the library. Volunteers who deal with the public or have access to records should have the same standards.

Friends of the library groups are not the library and should not have access to patron records. The library can use patron address information for library mailings to users, the Friends cannot. A Friends group should develop its own mailing list.

5. Meetings

The library director or a representative is expected to attend the county library advisory committee meetings, county funding committee meetings, the Winnefox Annual meeting, and All-WALS meetings. These meetings are usually not eligible for meeting directory certification requirements, but are extremely important for other reasons.

6. Automation System

The library director or other library staff need to be trained in the use of the automation system and to maintain those skills as the system changes. Email is used frequently for disseminating information about changes made to the automation system. The All-WALS meetings are the most appropriate settings for discussing the automation system and options for our use of it.

7. Interlibrary Loan System

The library director or other library staff need to be trained in the use of the interlibrary loan system and to maintain those skills as the system changes. Interlibrary loan is used to get material from libraries other than Winnefox members.

8. Technology Skills and Awareness

The library director and other library staff need to be familiar with technology used by the public in their communities and to be aware of technology trends.

9. Collection Development

Using material from other libraries via the hold system is not a substitute for an adequate local library budget for library material.

a. In-demand items

The automation system software is used by staff to set most in-demand items to local hold so they are not available to fill holds at other libraries. Libraries are expected to buy their own copies of high-demand titles. Libraries are expected to take copies off local hold when they are no longer in demand locally.

b. Material Purchases Meet Community Needs

Material coming from other libraries to fill holds should be monitored and buying patterns adjusted when appropriate. This includes types of material and subject areas.

10. Sharing of Library Material

One important purpose of the shared automation system is the access to the combined collection of all of the member libraries. To maximize that access, each individual library must follow the same practices:

a. Minimal Number of Local Holds

Libraries are expected to keep local holds to a minimum. Lists are produced monthly for libraries to review and use to remove local holds.

b. Renewal of Library Material

To provide fair service to library users, library material must be handled in a consistent manner. Overriding renewal limits to provide special service to one user may mean poorer service to another user and could harm the library’s reputation.

i. Items with holds should not be renewed, even if the renewing library is the owning library. If the user keeps the item past the due date, the library has the option of forgiving the fine.

ii. Multiple renewals of items without holds should be done infrequently, especially if it is owned by another library. An item should not be renewed more than twice without permission of the owning library.

c. Holds

The timeliness of the hold system depends on the library. The hold system is set to randomize the selection of the library to fill the hold. To handle holds fairly and promptly:

I. The on-shelf holds report should be processed every day the library is open.
II. The hold system queue should not be manipulated.
III. Items not picked up from the holds shelf during the appropriate time should be cleared so the item can be used by another user.

d. Rotating Collections

The items received by the library in rotating collections should be handled in a timely manner, and damages and missing items reported.

e. Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary loan is a special loan of material from one library to another. Items received from non-Winnefox libraries may not be renewed without permission of the owning library and should be returned promptly.

11. Follow Established Procedures

For the shared automation system to be maintained efficiently, libraries must be consistent in entering and maintaining records. There are separately issued documents with the established rules for the following:

• Item and Patron Records
• Lost, Damaged, and Missing Items
• Failed Email Notices
• Delivery of Material

12. Library Websites

The library website is an important means of marketing library services. The information on the library’s website must be kept up to date.

13. Licensed Databases

Databases licensed by the library or Winnefox are for the use of eligible patrons only. These databases are listed on the library’s Research Tools page of their website. Library cards may not be issued to non-local residents for the purpose of using databases. This clause is intended to restrict access of persons who do not live in the area and have no local contacts whose sole purpose of acquiring a card is to obtain access to online resources which their
local library does not subscribe to.

Many databases are licensed and billed based on population or library circulation.

14. Telecommunication Network and Equipment and Security

The sophisticated telecommunication system linking Winnefox libraries makes shared automation possible. State and federal funds make it affordable. The following steps will help maintain the effectiveness and security of the network.

a. Staff Network Access

Library staff must follow established guidelines for the use of the network.

i. Passwords should be kept secure.
ii. The public should not have access to staff computers. A breach of security on a staff PC exposes the rest of the network and grants access to sensitive information.
iii. The public should not be allowed to plug devices into the network. The exception is when the library's network has dedicated specific jacks to secured, public access.
iv. Winnefox staff should be notified when a library staff person leaves so that we can disable that person's access to the network.
v. If a staff person is discharged, WALS must be notified immediately. Passwords will need to be changed.

b. Not Connect Unauthorized Equipment to the Network
Only authorized equipment may be connected to the network. Library staff must work with Winnefox staff when adding new equipment. This is not intended to cover connections to the public wireless network by smartphones, laptops, or similar devices.

c. Consult Before Purchasing Network-dependent Software

Software that interacts with network resources (such as the integrated library automation system or library web sites) should not be purchased without consulting first with Winnefox staff.

d. Maintain and Upgrade Equipment

The library must budget for and replace equipment on an ongoing basis. The library must maintain PCs using the appropriate anti-virus and PC protection software. In some cases software does not automatically update or scan; this must be done by library staff.

e. Use of Network Resources

Planned library projects that will use network resources must be discussed with Winnefox staff before being undertaken. Other network resources not already mentioned above include: patron authentication or any connections to the ILS and/or catalog, network storage and/or backup of large quantities of digital data.

f. USB Flash Drives and Other Storage Devices

USB flash drives are commonly used to spread viruses and other malware, sometimes without the knowledge of the person using them. Staff must never plug non-library devices into staff computers.

15. Access to the Network by Library Volunteers

We recognize that volunteers play an important part in the operations of member libraries and that they have access to staff-only areas of the library. Nevertheless, care should be taken to protect network security and patron privacy.

It is recommended that libraries have a written Volunteer Policy. For duties that entail access to sensitive information, network resources, or the ILS, it is recommended that volunteers be required to read and agree to the Volunteer Policy.

Volunteer Policies used by other libraries are available on the Division’s Wisconsin Public Library Policy Resources page http://dpi.wi.gov/pld/boards-directors/policy-resources and in WAPL’s Sample Library Policies for the Small Public Library https://www.owlsweb.org/l4l/sample-library-policies-small-public-library

16. Penalties for Non-compliance

The purpose of imposing penalties on a library that fails to abide by these principles and practices is to prompt the library to change its practices and procedures and cooperate with other libraries rather than to punish.

a. Penalties imposed will be limited to reducing services, imposing fees for services, or increasing fees for services.

b. Penalties will be designed to impact only the library concerned. Services to other libraries and their users should not be affected by another library’s non-cooperation.

c. Penalties will be imposed in proportion to the degree of the library’s non-cooperation. If initial measures are not successful, more severe penalties may be imposed.

d. Penalties must not impact a library’s compliance with system membership requirements or jeopardize its membership in Winnefox Library System.

e. Penalties must be approved by the system board.

17. Process for Imposing Penalties

If system staff believe that a member library is not abiding by the established rules and procedures as outlined above, Winnefox will follow these procedures:

a. Work with the Director to correct the issue

i. System staff will contact the library director to determine the facts of the case and reasons for a violation.
ii. Staff will attempt to work out a process with the director to correct the problem.

b. Work with the Library Board to correct the issue

i. If the problem is not resolved within three months, system staff will contact the president of the library board and request time at the next board meeting to discuss the issue.
ii. System staff will present the problem to the library board and attempt to work out a process to correct the problem.

c. Involve the System Board

If earlier steps have not succeeded in resolving the problem, the system board may choose to impose penalties on that library. The process for doing so shall be:

i. System staff developing a plan for imposing penalties on the noncompliant library.
ii. The library receiving at least three weeks’ notice of the Winnefox board meeting at which the proposed penalties are to be discussed.
iii. A public hearing held at the Winnefox board meeting. Representatives of the library will be given opportunity to present their case.

 

Approved by the Winnefox Library System Board 9/28/2016

WALS fees

How the WALS Fee is Calculated (with examples from the 2017 budget)


WALS fees are based on the library's file size (patrons and items) and on the circulation for the prior year.  There is also a base fee amount.  It is $7,775 for 2017.  It was $7,545 in 2016.

The current formula for calculating fees has been used since 2009 but basing library fees on file size, circulation, and a base fee goes back at least to the late 1990s and has been accepted as a fair way of allocating the cost of this service to each library.  Many other library systems also base fee calculations on these factors.

We begin the budget process by calculating the next year’s expenditures.  Revenues from all other sources (Winnefox, LSTA, Interest, etc) are subtracted from the expenditures. The amount remaining gets shared among the libraries according to the formula. In 2017, WALS expenditures will be $850,068.  Of this, $192,320 will come from Winnefox, LSTA, and other sources, leaving $657,477 to be divided among the 29 libraries.

The Formula is calculated based on a library’s “file size” and circulation. “File size” is calculated by the total number of items and cardholders in the database as of the end of the previous year. Circulation is the total number of items checked out in the previous year.  Each library’s percent of the total file size, and percent of the total circulation is averaged and that average percentage is used to calculate the library’s initial cost.

The initial cost per library places some libraries below the base cost. We have a base cost because there are other benefits each library receives and related expenses that each library incurs (telecom, internet, website hosting, etc) which are not directly tied to the database size or circulation. Thus the base cost represents a minimum “cost of doing business” regardless of size. So, we bring all the libraries below the base cost up to this amount ($7,775).

There are 14 libraries that will pay the base fee in 2017. (14 x $7,775 = $108,850).
This means that the remaining 15 libraries need to pay $548,627 ($657,477 - $108,850 = $548,627).

However, there is added money ($38,064) that the below-base libraries are paying to bring them up to the baseline. ($108,850 minus the total of the below-base libraries' actual calculation equals $38,064) Therefore, what needs to happen is that the initial cost figure to be paid by the above-base libraries needs to be decreased proportionally by $38,064. 

In order to distribute that $38,064 amount proportionally, we need to re-calculate the percentages to be used for adjusting the original calculation figure.

In order to calculate the new percentage, we take the original formula percentages of the total that above-base libraries need to pay ($548,627). These percentages won't total 100% because the small libraries aren't figured in that percentage, but they can be used to get an amount per library.  A new percentage is then calculated based on each of the above-base library’s share of the summed total. The new percentages do equal 100%. Each library’s new percentage is then used to divvy up the $38,064.

So, to use Neenah as an example:
1.    As of the end of 2015, Neenah has a file size of 257,057 records.  This is the total of their items in the database and their cardholders.  This is 18% of the total file size of 1,410,776 records
2.    Neenah checked out 895,341 items in 2015.  This is 28% of the 3,194,524 items checked out by all 29 libraries.  
3.    Those two percentages are averaged to get 23%.
4.    According to the original formula, Neenah should owe $152,099, which is 23% of $657,749.
5.    But Neenah should also get a percentage "discount" from bringing the sub-base libraries up to base.
6.    So, we take 23% of $548,092 in order to get Neenah's "share" of that total above-base cost ($126,928)
7.    Then we use the sum of all the above-base "shares" ($489,829) to calculate what percentage of the $38,064 Neenah should be "discounted" ($126,928 divided by $489,829 = 0.2591 or 26%)
8.    Then take the percentage from Step 7 and multiply it by $38,064 to get $9,863
9.    Then subtract $9,863 from the original $152,099 to get $142,236, which is the Neenah Public Library’s 2017 fee.

Note that because Excel calculates to many more decimal places than shown here these calculations will be slightly different if done on a calculator.

When this process is repeated for all the above-base libraries, the total new fee for libraries above base equals $548,902 and the sum of the individual "discounts" equals the $38,064 and the above-base libraries have picked up 100% of the $548,902.

When the sum of all the libraries (above and below base) is totaled it equals the required $657,751

Winnefox Technology Executive Council (WTEC)

The purpose of the Winnefox Technology Executive Council is to provide guidance and to make recommendations to Winnefox for the development of Winnefox Automated Library Services and other Winnefox technology services. This includes working with WALS management and staff on policies and procedures, recommending an annual WALS budget, addressing concerns, planning, and setting priorities related to technology services.


WTEC has bylaws, terms and conditions of service agreement, and an election process.

The current WTEC members are:

  • Mark Arend, Winnefox Assistant Director (non-voting)
  • Karla Smith, Winnefox ILS Manager (non-voting)
  • Jon Mark Bolthouse, Fond du Lac (Permanent)
  • Desiree Bongers, Ripon (Permanent)
  • Jeff Gilderson-Duwe, Oshkosh and Winnefox (Permanent) (Two votes)
  • Chris Kalupa, Berlin (Permanent)
  • Vicki Lenz, Menasha (Permanent)
  • Aaron Raschke, Westfield
  • Gretchen Raab, Neenah (Permanent)
  • Clairellyn Sommersmith, Princeton
  • Julie Stobbe, Omro
  • Cindy Wallace, Winnefox Cooperative Technical Services Coordinator (non-voting)

Non-permanent members are elected every January for a 1-year term.

WTEC meetings are usually monthly on the second Friday of the month if there is sufficient reason for a meeting.

Meeting agendas are sent to the Directors-Plus email list at least a week in advance of the meeting. WTEC usually meets in Oshkosh.

Any Winnefox director may attend.

Minutes are sent to Directors-Plus.

WTEC Bylaws

 WINNEFOX TECHNOLOGY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL BY-LAWS

ARTICLE I: NAME

 A.    The name of this body shall be the Winnefox Technology Executive Council (hereinafter referred to as WTEC). 
 
ARTICLE II: PURPOSE
 
A.    The purpose of WTEC is to provide guidance and to make recommendations to Winnefox for the development of Winnefox Automated Library Services (hereinafter referred to as WALS) and other Winnefox technology services.
 
ARTICLE III: COMPOSITION
 
A.    The Director (or designee) of the Berlin, Fond du Lac, Menasha, Neenah, Oshkosh and Ripon public libraries shall be ex-officio members of the WTEC.
 
B.     The Director of Winnefox (or designee) shall be an ex-officio member of WTEC.
 
C.     Other Winnefox member libraries shall elect three (3) members at large to WTEC.
 
D.    The WALS Technology Coordinator, the Winnefox Assistant Director and the Winnefox Cooperative Technical Services Program Coordinator will be ex officio non-voting members of WTEC.
 
E.     If the Director of Winnefox is also the Director of Oshkosh Public Library, he/she may cast two votes rather than appointing a representative from either agency to represent the interests of that agency.
 
ARTICLE IV: DUTIES
 
A.    Work with WALS management and staff to adopt such policies and procedures as are necessary to coordinate and facilitate use of the automated resources system.
 
B.     Recommend an annual WALS operating budget for approval by the Winnefox Board of Trustees and monitor budget reports.
 
C.     Address concerns raised by member libraries regarding the operations of WALS or other Winnefox technology services.
D.    Provide oversight and guidance on projects related to WALS and other Winnefox technology services. Evaluate ideas for new projects, monitor the status of continuing projects, and make recommendations on priorities among technology projects.
 
1)      Continuing projects include the development and maintenance of a telecommunications network; computer servers and associated equipment; network user accounts; email; a shared bibliographic database; integrated library system software for servers, clients and public access; procedures for cataloging, acquisitions, circulation/inventory control; and reporting of statistical data.
 
2)      Special projects are those activities that are not ongoing, that relate to the development and advancement of the shared, automated resources system.
 
E.     Participate in long range planning activities pertaining to WALS and other Winnefox technology support services.
 
ARTICLE V: ELECTIONS, OFFICERS AND DUTIES.
 
A.    Elections for at-large members of WTEC shall be held at the Winnefox annual meeting. Nominations for at-large WTEC members may come from the floor and must be seconded by at least one other library.  Ex officio members shall not participate in nominating or electing at-large members.
 
B.     The new members of WTEC will take office at the first meeting following the Winnefox annual meeting.
 
C.     The officers of WTEC shall be the Chair, and the Vice-Chair.  The Winnefox Director shall serve as Chair. The Vice-Chair shall be elected by the members of the committee at the first meeting following the Winnefox annual meeting.
 
D.    The Chair shall establish the agenda for and preside at all meetings of WTEC; shall see that the by-laws are enforced; shall appoint all sub-committees with the approval of WTEC, designating one member of each committee as Chair; shall authorize calls for special meetings; and shall generally perform the duties of a presiding officer. In the absence of the Chair the Vice-Chair shall serve as Chair.
 
E.     The Vice-Chair shall perform all of the duties of the Chair in his/her absence.
 
F.      A Winnefox employee shall serve as secretary at meetings, taking minutes and disseminating them to all WALS members upon approval by WTEC.
  
ARTICLE VI: MEETINGS
 
A.    A schedule of regular meetings of WTEC shall be established annually by the committee, including the place, time and date of each meeting. The date or time may be altered provided that such decision is made at a meeting prior to the meeting in question or by emergency decision of the Chair, and provided that proper notice is given. The schedule of meetings for the upcoming year shall be posted on the Winnefox extranet. Meetings of WTEC shall be open to representatives of all Winnefox member libraries.
 
B.     A quorum of WTEC shall be required to conduct committee business. A quorum shall be defined as a simple majority of the committee. Decisions require a simple majority of the votes present. Members of WTEC may send a voting proxy to any meeting they will be unable to attend, or designate another member of the committee as their proxy.
 
C.     The WALS Technology Coordinator or her/his alternate (in case of emergency absence) shall attend all WTEC meetings.
 
D.    Meeting agendas shall be provided by the Chair to the Winnefox office in a timely fashion and will be posted online by the designated Winnefox staff at least seven calendar days before the meeting. Any member of the committee may request that an item be placed on the agenda of the next meeting by making such request in writing (including email) at least 24 hours prior to the posting of the agenda.
 
E.     Any five (5) Winnefox members may request that an item be placed on the agenda of the next meeting by making such request in writing (including email) at least 24 hours prior to the posting of the agenda.  An Agenda may be modified at a meeting with the unanimous approval of members present, representing no less than seven members of the full committee.
 
F.      The order of business at all regular meetings of WTEC shall be determined by the Chair and shall include the following: 
1)      Call to order;
2)      Establishment of Quorum;
3)      Minutes;
4)      WALS Financial Report (once every two months);
5)      Report on WALS operations and projects
6)      Report on other Winnefox library technology services and projects;
7)      Committee Reports,
8)      Communications;
9)      All Other Business.
 
G.    Special meetings of WTEC may be called by the Chair, or upon written request of five voting members of the committee. Notice of any special meeting shall be delivered to each member at least one week in advance of such meeting, with a statement of time and place, and information as to the subject or subjects to be considered.
 
ARTICLE VII: COMMITTEES
 
A.    Winnefox Standing Technology Committees: 
 
Winnefox shall have the following standing technology committees. The standing technology committees will provide information to and support the work of WTEC. It is expected that each library accounting for 5% or more of the circulation of the WALS system will send a representative to each of these committees. Directors of member libraries or their designees are encouraged to attend as well. WALS & Winnefox staff will participate in these committees. Significant recommendations from any of these committees to WTEC may be discussed by the entire Winnefox membership.
 
1)      ALL-WALS. The ALL-WALS meeting occurs three times per year. It is not, strictly speaking, a committee. However, it is an opportunity, open to all members, for training, sharing, and discussing issues and concerns. Consensus recommendations on policies and procedures may emerge from discussion in these meetings. Portions of these meetings may be used to discuss guidelines and procedures pertaining to WALS operations, including resource sharing, bibliographic and patron database maintenance, and statistical reporting. Recommendations will be forwarded to WTEC for consideration.
 
2)      Circulation Services User Group. The purpose of this group shall be to make recommendations to WTEC regarding changes in circulation policies and procedures.
 
3)      Emergent Technology Committee. The purpose of this committee shall be to explore using technology to improve service delivery. This committee will forward recommendations to WTEC for changes to WALS and to Winnefox technology services.
 
4)      Reference & Adult Services User Group. The purpose of this group shall be to serve as a forum for sharing best practices, sharing ideas for improving programs and services for adults in system member libraries and for formulating guidelines and procedures pertaining to improving users’ experiences of digital information resources, including the public access catalog, purchased electronic resources, etc. User group recommendations will be forwarded to WTEC for consideration.
 
5)      Other committees may be established by the Chair with the approval of WTEC. All such committees shall be created with a stated purpose and a time certain in which to accomplish said purpose. All committees appointed under this section shall cease to exist upon their final report to WTEC, or their established sunset date, whichever occurs first.
 
ARTICLE VIII: POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
 
A.    WTEC will, on a regular basis, recommend policies and procedures for the efficient and effective operation of the automated system. Each member library is responsible for adherence to these policies and procedures, provided they have been distributed to each member library at least one month prior to the date they go into effect. 
 
ARTICLE IX: PARLIAMENTARY AUTHORITY
 
A.    The rules contained in the current edition of Robert’s Rules of Order shall govern the organization in all cases to which they are applicable and in which they are not inconsistent with these by-laws, the membership agreement, Wisconsin Statutes, or any special rules of order WTEC shall adopt.
 
B.     In cases where the sources of authority are in conflict, the Wisconsin Statutes shall take precedence, followed by the WALS Terms and Conditions of Service, these by-laws, any special rules adopted by WTEC, and finally Robert’s Rules of Order.
 
ARTICLE XI: AMENDMENTS
 
A.    These by-laws may be amended or changed at any meeting of WTEC at which a quorum is present provided that the proposed amendment is properly noticed on the meeting agenda and that amendment or changes were distributed in writing and distributed to all members at least seven days in advance of the meeting at which the amendments are to be voted upon. Once approved by WTEC, changes to by-laws will be forwarded to the Winnefox Board of Trustees for final approval and implementation.
 

 

WTEC Election Procedure

Election of Representatives to the Winnefox Technology Executive Council
May 20, 2008
 
The Winnefox Technology Executive Council (WTEC) is to provide guidance and to make recommendations to Winnefox for the development of Winnefox Automated Library Services (WALS) and other Winnefox technology services. This includes working with WALS management and staff on policies and procedures, recommending an annual WALS budget, addressing concerns, planning, and setting priorities related to technology services.
 
The directors of the Berlin, Fond du Lac, Menasha, Neenah, Oshkosh, and Ripon public libraries and the Winnefox Director are ex-officio voting members of WTEC. The Winnefox Assistant Director, the Winnefox Technology Coordinator, and the Winnefox Cooperative Technical Services Program Coordinator are ex-officio non-voting members of WTEC.   The WTEC By-laws call for the election of three at-large representatives.  
 
WTEC meets monthly if there is sufficient reason for a meeting. Members of the Council are reimbursed for mileage and for a substitute if someone needs to be hired to cover the director’s time for attending the meeting. The WALS EC had usually met in Oshkosh on the second Friday of the month. This is subject to change based on the membership of the new council.
 
The election of the at-large representatives is to occur at the Winnefox annual meeting held in January.
 
Timeline and Steps for the Election
 
1-Dec
Call for nominations
The Winnefox Technology Coordinator sends an email to the Directors-Plus mailing list soliciting nominations. Directors may nominate themselves or another director with that person’s permission. Reminder emails are sent weekly prior to the deadline.   Nominations are sent to the Winnefox Office. Nominees may optionally send a brief statement about why they would like to be elected.
1-Jan
Nominations close
The Winnefox office compiles the nominations and the list of names, with statements, is sent to the Directors-Plus mailing list.   
January-Winnefox Annual Meeting
Election
The election is held at the Winnefox Annual Meeting. Additional nominations may come from the floor and must be seconded by another library. The Ex-officio members of WTEC are not eligible to participate in the election. The election is by paper ballot. Only directors in attendance may vote.
 
 
If a vacancy occurs during the year, a special election will be held. That person will be elected for the remainder of the year and will continue for the following year. The election process will allow for at least four weeks for nominations with the election by confidential paper ballot.

Services provided Oshkosh Public

Under contract, the Oshkosh Public Library provices a number of support services for the shared automation system.  The attached document describes those activities in detail.

Terminology

Basic terminology
WALS—Winnefox Automated Library Services
WALS is the name for the Winnefox service for the shared automation system. WALS also includes the telecommunication network, Internet access, and PC support.
 
SirsiDynix
SirsiDynix is the name of the company that supplies the software for the shared automation system. It is headquartered in Lehi, Utah.
 
Symphony
Symphony is the name of the software for the shared automation system. It runs on servers housed at the Oshkosh Public Library. The current version of the software is 3.6. An earlier version of the software was called Unicorn.
 
WorkFlows
That is the name of the client software installed on library PCs. The client software is used to access Symphony.
These are WALS versions of Symphony and WorkFlow terms:
 
Command
A command only performs one task.  Wizards frequently trigger or provide access to several Commands.
 
Datawell/Search Box
This is the text box for typing in search terms, or filling in data.
 
Gadget
A gadget is a button next to a text box that provides options you can use in that box. When you click the gadget, a window appears giving a pre-defined list of values. Always use the gadget to fill in the box if one is available.
 
Glossary
This term refers to any word in WorkFlows with a dashed underline. When you click on the word, a pop-up window provides additional information. 
 
Helper
A helper is a “wizard within a wizard.” Helpers are little icons positioned in a menu bar just below the active window’s title bar.  If present, they appear in the upper left hand corner of the active window.
 
Hitlist
This is the search-results list that displays after entering a search.

Toolbar
These are accessed by the buttons across the top of the screen. For example: 1Users, 2Holds, 3Special, 4Reports, Barcoding, etc. Toolbars contain Wizards. 
 
Wizard
Wizards display on the toolbar and perform a series of discrete tasks.

PC requirements for java WorkFlows

The java client needs:
 
Microsoft Windows XP/7
  • 2GB RAM minimum recommendation.
  • 200 MB hard disk space
  • 800 MHz processor, 1.4 GHz recommended
  • 1024 x 768 or better screen display
Less powerful PCs may be used with JWF, but will be slower.

Codes for Winnefox Libraries

For reports and some of the Symphony polices, 2 or 3-letter codes are used to identify the library.  These are the codes:

BE     Berlin

BR     Brandon

CA      Campbellsport

CO     Coloma

EN     Endeavor

GR    Green Lake

HA     Hancock

KI      KIngston

MA     Markesan

ME     Menasha

MO     Montello

NE     Neenah

NES   Neshkoro

NF     North Fond du Lac

OA     Oakfield

OM     Omro

OS     Oshkosh

OX     Oxford

PA      Packwaukee

PI      Pine River

PL     Plainfield

PO     Poysippi

PR     Princeton

RE     Redgranite

RI      Ripon

WA    Wautoma

WE    Westfield

WI     Wild Rose

WN    Winneconne

WXT   WCTS

WX     Winnefox

 

Logon accounts

The logons for Symphony are special user records that control what functions the user can do in WorkFlows. Part of the logon is connected to a specific library to show where the circulation or other activity occurred. Each library has its own logon account or accounts depending on what functions the staff are permitted to do. Most of the smaller libraries have combination accounts that allow staff to do both circulation and barcoding. The larger libraries have separate circulation, barcoding, and public services accounts.

All of the libraries share the Reports account. Via the Reports logon, libraries have access to the Onshelf Holds report and all of the statistical reports.

The WorkFlows logon is NOT the same as the PC logon.

Circulation

Circulation Basics

Online documentation is available for many of the special situations and circulation-related tasks.  There are also code lists for the various fields used in patron and item records.  There is no online circulation manual. Once a staff member has had basic training, there is little need to refer to a manual for routine circulation tasks.  Training for new directors can be arranged through Ruth Percey at the Oshkosh Public Library. Training is done at Oshkosh.  WCTS members should contact Cindy Wallace who can do first-level training at the library.

There is a training checklist that can help both new directors and new staff.

Below are a few features of the Symphony software and how we use the shared system. Some are based on the way we chose to implement the software, others are based on the software design.

  • Symphony does not use the check digit of barcodes to verify that all of the numbers have been scanned. 
  • Loan periods, fine rates, and bills on items are based on the checkout library, NOT on the library that owns the item.
  • Bills for items returned late are calculated based on the checkout library, not the library where the item is returned. 
  • The library that collects overdue fines keeps the money. Money for payment of lost material is given to the library that owns the lost item.   Money for the payment of a collection agency referral fee is given to the library that did the referral to the agency.
  • Accruing fines on overdue items (not yet returned) may stop users from checking out additional items and placing holds.
  •  Overdue and returned items, overdue and unreturned items, and lost assumed items all contribute to the blocked status. The user is blocked at $5 (User Profile of Public) at all of the libraries except Neenah, and Menasha ($10—User Profile of Public2). 
  • There is no single Has-List in Symphony. The ALL list includes current checkouts and overdue items than have not reached the Lost Assumed stage. The INACTIVE list includes claims-returned items and lost-assumed items. 
  • Library users have one library card that may be used at any Winnefox library. The exceptions to the one-card rule are Teacher cards, and children with divorced/separated parents who need two cards to keep track of material.

WorkFlows/Circulation Terminology

General WorkFlows Terms:

Command
A command is a button on the toolbar that only performs one task.

Datawell/Search Box
This is the text box for typing in search terms.

Gadget
A gadget is a button next to a text box that provides options you can use in that box. When you click the gadget, a window appears giving a pre-defined list of values. Always use the gadget to fill in the box if one is available.

Glossary
This term refers to any word in WorkFlows with a dashed underline. When you click on the word, a pop-up window provides additional information.

Helper
A helper is a “wizard within a wizard.” Helpers are positioned in a menu bar just below the active window’s title bar.

Hitlist
This is the search-results list that displays after entering a search.

Wizard
A wizard is a button or a link on the toolbar that performs a series of discrete tasks.


Circulation terms:

Bill
This is any money—fines or fees, owed to the library by a user.

Barred
This is the status of a user that has been set manually delinquent.

Blocked
This is the system-set status of a user who can’t check out material because of bills or overdues.

Demand Management
This is the SirsiDynix software for managing holds between libraries.

Fine
Fines accrue on overdue items until the items are discharged and bills are created by the system. Fines cannot be paid—Bills are paid.

Hold
This is a reserve for an item that is either on the shelf, or is checked out to another user.

Onshelf items with Holds
This is a report that lists items to be sent to other libraries.

Location
A location is a collection within a Library, or the status of the item.

Current Location
The actual location of the item—including checked out, lost and damaged

Home Location
The normal shelving location of the item

Request
This can be a hold, a request for purchase, or a request for an Interlibrary loan item. In most cases a request generates a form that is sent to staff for processing.  Users place holds on items.

Station
The PC used for the circulation transaction—the client software on the PC is configured for each specific library. 

Transit
This is the location of an item that is moving from one library to another.

User
This is the patron or the borrower.
And
This is the staff user of a library station.
And
This is a special-situation user or location, such as admin, discard, intransit, mending, etc. For example, items can be “checked out” to user Damaged. (These transactions are not included in circulation counts.)

Circulation desk—expectations of staff

There are certain basic circulation tasks that every library circulation desk worker needs to be able to do proficiently if he/she is ever working alone at the desk. 

These tasks include:
  • Logging on to the PC
  • Logging into WorkFlows
  • Looking up a patron by name or address
  • Checking out items
  • Renewing items
  • Displaying the user’s fines
  • Paying fines
  • Handling an expired card
  • Discharging  
  • Discharging from the bookdrop
If WALS, via the Oshkosh circulation department, is training library staff, these are the things staff will be trained to do.   Normally, Oshkosh only trains directors or heads of circulation departments.  These people are expected to train their own staff.
 
If WALS gets support-call circulation questions, we expect that the desk worker knows how to do these tasks.

Circulation rules

The circulation rules for each library are controlled by the data in the circulation map.   The circulation map is a part of the circulation policies matches the User Profile with the Item Type to determine the loan period and billing structure for the circulation transaction. 

The circulation rule consists of the loan period, fine rate, and maximum fine.  An example is 21D-10D-5M for a 21 day loan, $.10 fine, and a $5 maximum fine.

For each circulation transaction the software uses the circulation map, reading it from the bottom to the top. The software uses the first rule that fits to complete the circulation transaction. There is a section in the circulation map for each library. There is a rule for most item types whether or not a library actually owns any of that kind of itme.  The rule will be used if that type of item comes from another library to fill a hold.

The special rules for Deposit, Teacher, etc. cards are at the bottom of the circulation map.   These rules apply to any user with that profile regardless of what library is being used.

 

Circulation map from the Symphony policy file

Below is the Symphony circulation map.  It controls the checkout, fine rate, and maximum fine for the circulation of material. At checkout, the table is read from the bottom up until a rule is found the matches the user's PROFILE with the ITEM TYPE being checked out at that LIBRARY. 

Circulation Rules list the following values, in order: "Days Checked Out - Fine Rate - Max Overdue Fine". For example, "14D-10D-5M" indicates "14 Day Checkout - $0.10 per day fine - $5.00 Max Overdue".

Name Description Library User Profile Item Type Circulation Rule
DEFAULT NONCIRC-Y--No checkout, but can be overridden ALL ALL ALL NONCIRC-Y
BE-AV Berlin, AV (Games), 14D-10D-5M  BERLIN ALL AV 14D-10D-5M
BE-AV-EQ Berlin, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD BERLIN ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
BE-AV-NH Berlin, AV-NH, 14D-100-30 BERLIN ALL AV-NH 14D-100-30
BE-BOOK Berlin, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BE-BOOK-LH Berlin, BOOK-LH,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-BOOK-NH Berlin, BOOK-NH,14D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
BE-CASS Berlin, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
BE-CASSLH Berlin, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BERLIN ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-CD Berlin, CD,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
BE-CDBKLH Berlin, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BERLIN ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-CD-BOOK Berlin, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BE-CDLH Berlin, CD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BERLIN ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-CD-ROM Berlin, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
BE-CDROMLH Berlin, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M-Local Hold BERLIN ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-DIGITAL Berlin, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
BE-DIGILH Berlin, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BERLIN ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-DVD Berlin, DVD, 7D-50D-5M BERLIN ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
BE-DVD-LH Berlin, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M BERLIN ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
BE-DVD-NH Berlin, DVD-NH, 7D-10D-5M Limit 2 BERLIN ALL DVD-NH 7D-10D-L2R
BE-ILLBOOK Berlin, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD BERLIN ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
BE-JBOOK Berlin, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
BE-JBOOKLH Berlin, JBOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BE-JBOOKNH Berlin, JBOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
BE-JCASS Berlin, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
BE-JCASSLH Berlin, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BERLIN ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-JCD Berlin, JCD,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JCD 21D-10D-5M
BE-JCDBKLH Berlin, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-10D-5M-Local Hold BERLIN ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
BE-JCDBOOK Berlin, JCD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BE-JCDLH Berlin, JCD, 21D-10D-5M-Local Hold BERLIN ALL JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-JCD-ROM Berlin, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
BEJCDROMLH Berlin, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M-Local Hold BERLIN ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-JDIGI Berlin, JDIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
BE-JDIGILH Berlin, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BERLIN ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
BE-JDVD Berlin, JDVD,7D-50D-5M BERLIN ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
BE-JDVD-LH Berlin, JDVD-LH,7D-50D-5M BERLIN ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
BE-JKIT Berlin, JKIT,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
BE-JMAGAZI Berlin, JMAGAZINE,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
BE-JSPEC Berlin, JSPECIAL, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
BE-JVIDEO Berlin, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M BERLIN ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
BE-JVIDLH Berlin, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M-Local Hold BERLIN ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
BE-KIT Berlin, KIT,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL KIT 21D-10D-5M
BE-MAGAZIN Berlin, MAGAZINE,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL MAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
BE-MAG-LH Berlin, MAGAZINE-LH,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL MAG-LH 21D-10D-5M
BE-MICROF Berlin, MICROFORM,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
BE-NEWBOOK Berlin, NEW-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BE-PAMPHET Berlin, PAMPHLET,21D-10D-5M BERLIN ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
BE-REFBOOK Berlin, REF-BOOK, Non-Circ Override BERLIN ALL REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
BE-UI-LOST Berlin, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
BE-UNKNOWN Berlin, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD BERLIN ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
BE-VIDEO Berlin, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M BERLIN ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
BE-VIDLH Berlin, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold BERLIN ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
BER-AV Berlin, J-RESTRICT,AV, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT AV NONCIRC-Y
BER-AV-EQ Berlin, J-RESTRICT,AV-EQUIP, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT AV-EQUIP NONCIRC-Y
BER-BOOK Berlin, J-RESTRICT,BOOK, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT BOOK NONCIRC-Y
BER-BOOKLH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,BOOK-LH, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-BOOKNH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,BOOK-NH, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT BOOK-NH NONCIRC-Y
BER-CASS Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT CASSETTE NONCIRC-Y
BER-CASSLH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold BERLIN J-RESTRICT CASS-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-CD Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CD, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT CD NONCIRC-Y
BER-CD-BK Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CD-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
BER-CDBKLH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CD-Book, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold BERLIN J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-CDLH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CD, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold BERLIN J-RESTRICT CD-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-CDROM Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT CD-ROM NONCIRC-Y
BERCDROMLH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold BERLIN J-RESTRICT CD-ROM-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-DIGI Berlin, J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT DIGITAL NONCIRC-Y
BER-DIGILH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL-LH, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold BERLIN J-RESTRICT DIGITAL-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-DVD Berlin, J-RESTRICT,DVD, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT DVD NONCIRC-Y
BER-DVD-LH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,DVD-LH, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT DVD-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-DVD-NH Berlin J-RESTRICT,DVD-NH, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT DVD-NH NONCIRC-Y
BER-KIT Berlin, J-RESTRICT,KIT, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT KIT NONCIRC-Y
BER-MAG Berlin, J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT MAGAZINE NONCIRC-Y
BER-MAN-LH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE-LH, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT MAG-LH NONCIRC-Y
BER-NEW-BK Berlin, J-RESTRICT,NEW-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT NEW-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
BER-VIDEO Berlin, J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y BERLIN J-RESTRICT VIDEO NONCIRC-Y
BER-VIDLH Berlin, J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold BERLIN J-RESTRICT VIDEO-LH NONCIRC-Y
BR-AV Brandon, Nook, 14D, 100D-30M BRANDON ALL AV 14D-100-30
BR-AV-EQ Brandon, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD BRANDON ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
BR-BOOK Brandon, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BR-BOOK-LH Brandon, BOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold BRANDON ALL BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-BOOK-NH Brandon, BOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M, No Hold BRANDON ALL BOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
BR-CASS Brandon, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
BR-CASS-LH Brandon, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold BRANDON ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-CD Brandon, CD, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
BR-CDBKLH Brandon, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BRANDON ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-CD-BOOK Brandon, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BR-CDLH Brandon CD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BRANDON ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-CD-ROM Brandon, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
BR-CDROMLH Brandon, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M-Local Hold BRANDON ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-DIGITAL Brandon, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
BR-DIGILH Brandon, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold BRANDON ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-DVD Brandon, DVD, 7D-50D-L14 BRANDON ALL DVD 7D-50D-L14
BR-DVD-LH Brandon, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-L14 BRANDON ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-L14
BR-E-READ Brandon, Nook, LH, 14D-1.00D-30M BRANDON ALL E-READER 14D-100-30
BR-ILLBOOK Brandon, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD BRANDON ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
BR-JBOOK Brandon, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
BR-JBOOKLH Brandon, JBOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BR-JBOOKNH Brandon, JBOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
BR-JCASS Brandon, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
BR-JCASSLH Brandon, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BRANDON ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-JCD Brandon, JCD,21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JCD 21D-10D-5M
BR-JCDBKLH Brandon, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold BRANDON ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
BR-JCDBOOK Brandon, JCD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BR-JCDLH Brandon, JCD, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold BRANDON ALL JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-JCD-ROM Brandon, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
BRJCDROMLH Brandon, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold BRANDON ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
BR-JDIGI Brandon, JDIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
BR-JDIGILH Brandon, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold BRANDON ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
BR-JDVD Brandon, JDVD,7D-50D-L14 BRANDON ALL JDVD 7D-50D-L14
BR-JDVD-LH Brandon, JDVD-LH,7D-50D-L14 BRANDON ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-L14
BR-JKIT Brandon, JKIT,21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
BR-JMAGAZI Brandon, JMAGAZINE, 7D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JMAGAZINE 7D-10D-5M
BR-JSPEC Brandon, JSPECIAL, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
BR-JVIDEO Brandon, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-L14 BRANDON ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-L14
BR-JVIDLH Brandon, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-L14, Local Hold BRANDON ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-L14
BR-KIT Brandon, KIT,21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL KIT 21D-10D-5M
BR-MAGAZIN Brandon, MAGAZINE, 7D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL MAGAZINE 7D-10D-5M
BR-MAG-LH Brandon, MAGAZINE-LH, 7D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL MAG-LH 7D-10D-5M
BR-MICROF Brandon, MICROFORM, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
BR-NEWBOOK Brandon, NEW-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
BR-PAMPHET Brandon, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M BRANDON ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
BR-REFBOOK Brandon, REF-BOOK, Non-Circ Override BRANDON ALL REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
BR-VIDEO Brandon, VIDEO, 7D-50D-L14 BRANDON ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-L14
BR-VIDLH Brandon, VIDEO, 7D-50D-L14, Local Hold BRANDON ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-L14
CA-AV Campbellsport, AV, ILL-XD CAMPBLSPRT ALL AV ILL-XD
CA-AV-EQ Campbellsport, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD CAMPBLSPRT ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
CA-BOOK Campbellsport, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
CA-BOOK-LH Campbellsport, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
CA-BOOK-NH Campbellsport, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M, No Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
CA-CASS Campbellsport, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
CA-CASSLH Campbellsport, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-CDBKLH Campbellsport, CD, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-CD Campbellsport, CD, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
CA-CD-BOOK Campbellsport, CD, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
CA-CD-LH Campbellsport, CD-LH, 14D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL CD-LH 14D-10D-5M
CA-CD-ROM Campbellsport, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
CA-CDROMLH Campbellsport, CD-ROM-LH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-DIGITAL Campbellsport, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
CA-DIGILH Campbellsport, DIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-DVD Campbellsport, DVD, 7D-100D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL DVD 7D-100D-5M
CA-DVD-LH Campbellsport, DVD-LH, 7D-100D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL DVD-LH 7D-100D-5M
CA-DVD-NH Campbellsport, DVD-NH, 7D-100D-5M, No Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL DVD-NH 7D-100D-5M
CA-ILLBOOK Campbellsport, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD CAMPBLSPRT ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
CA-JBOOK Campbellsport, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
CA-JBOOKLH Campbellsport, JBOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
CA-JBOOKNH Campbellsport, JBOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
CA-JCASS Campbellsport, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
CA-JCASSLH Campbellsport, JCASSLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-JCD Campbellsport, JCD, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCD 21D-10D-5M
CA-JCDBKLH Campbellsport, JCDBKLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
CA-JCDBOOK Campbellsport, JCDBOOK, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
CA-JCDLH Campbellsport, JCDLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-JCD-ROM Campbellsport, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
CAJCDROMLH Campbellsport, JCD-ROMLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-JDIGI Campbellsport, JDIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
CA-JDVD Campbellsport, JDVD, 7D-50D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
CA-JDIGILH Campbellsport, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
CA-JDVD-LH Campbellsport, JDVD-LH, 7D-100D-5M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JDVD-LH 7D-100D-5M
CA-JDVD-NH Campbellsport, JDVD-NH, 7D-100D-5M, No Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JDVD-NH 7D-100D-5M
CA-JKIT Campbellsport, JKIT, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
CA-JMAGAZI Campbellsport, JMAGAZINE, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
CA-JSPEC Campbellsport, JSPECIAL, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
CA-JVIDEO Campbellsport, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M CAMPBLSPRT ALL JVIDEO 7D-25D-3M
CA-JVIDLH Campbellsport, JVIDEO-LH, 7D-25D-3M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
CA-KIT Campbellsport, KIT, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL KIT 21D-10D-5M
CA-MAGAZIN Campbellsport, MAGAZINE, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL MAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
CA-MAG-LH Campbellsport, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL MAG-LH 21D-10D-5M
CA-MICROF Campbellsport, MICROFORM, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
CA-NEWBOOK Campbellsport, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
CA-PAMPHET Campbellsport, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M CAMPBLSPRT ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
CA-REFBOOK Campbellsport, REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y CAMPBLSPRT ALL REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
CA-UNKNOWN Campbellsport, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD CAMPBLSPRT ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
CA-VIDEO Campbellsport, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M CAMPBLSPRT ALL VIDEO 7D-25D-3M
CA-VIDLH Campbellsport, VIDEO-LH, 7D-25D-3M, Local Hold CAMPBLSPRT ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
CO-AV Coloma, AV LH, 14D-$5.00-No Renews COLOMA ALL AV 14D-500NR
CO-AV-EQ Coloma, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD COLOMA ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
CO-BOOK Coloma, BOOK, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL BOOK 14D-5D-3M
CO-BOOK-LH Coloma, BOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL BOOK-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-BOOK-NH Coloma, NewMag BOOK-NH, 7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL BOOK-NH 7D-5D-3M
CO-CASS Coloma, CASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL CASSETTE 14D-5D-3M
CO-CASSLH Coloma, CASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold COLOMA ALL CASS-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-CD Coloma, CD,14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL CD 14D-5D-3M
CO-CDBKLH Coloma, CD-Book, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold COLOMA ALL CD-BOOK-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-CD-BOOK Coloma, CD-BOOK, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL CD-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
CO-CDLH Coloma, CD, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold COLOMA ALL CD-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-CD-ROM Coloma, CD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL CD-ROM 14D-5D-3M
CO-CDROMLH Coloma, CD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M-Local Hold COLOMA ALL CD-ROM-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-DIGI Coloma, DIGITAL, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL DIGITAL 14D-5D-3M
CO-DIGILH Coloma, DIGITAL-LH, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold COLOMA ALL DIGITAL-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-DVD Coloma, DVD,7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL DVD 7D-5D-3M
CO-DVD-LH Coloma, DVD-LH,7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL DVD-LH 7D-5D-3M
CO-E-READ Coloma, Nook, LH, 14D-1.00D-30M COLOMA ALL E-READER 14D-100-30
CO-ILLBOOK Coloma, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD COLOMA ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
CO-JBOOK Coloma, JBOOK, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JBOOK 14D-5D-3M
CO-JBOOKLH Coloma, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
CO-JBOOKNH Coloma, JBOOK-NH, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JBOOK-NH 14D-5D-3M
CO-JCASS Coloma, JCASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JCASSETTE 14D-5D-3M
CO-JCASSLH Coloma, JCASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M-Local Hold COLOMA ALL JCASS-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-JCD Coloma, JCD,14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JCD 14D-5D-3M
CO-JCDBKLH Coloma, JCD-Book, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold COLOMA ALL JCD-BOOKLH 14D-5D-3M
CO-JCDBOOK Coloma, JCD-BOOK, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JCD-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
CO-JCDLH Coloma, JCD, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold COLOMA ALL JCD-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-JCD-ROM Coloma, JCD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JCD-ROM 14D-5D-3M
COJCDROMLH Coloma, JCD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M-Local Hold COLOMA ALL JCD-ROM-LH 14D-5D-3M
CO-JDIGI Coloma, JDIGITAL, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JDIGITAL 14D-5D-3M
CO-JDIGILH Coloma, JDIGITALLH, 14D-5D-3M-Local Hold COLOMA ALL JDIGITALLH 14D-5D-3M
CO-JDVD Coloma, JDVD,7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JDVD 7D-5D-3M
CO-JDVD-LH Coloma, JDVD-LH,7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JDVD-LH 7D-5D-3M
CO-JKIT Coloma, JKIT,14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JKIT 14D-5D-3M
CO-JMAGAZI Coloma, JMAGAZINE,7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JMAGAZINE 7D-5D-3M
CO-JSPEC Coloma, JSPECIAL,14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JSPECIAL 14D-5D-3M
CO-JVIDEO Coloma, JVIDEO,7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL JVIDEO 7D-5D-3M
CO-JVIDLH Coloma, JVIDEO, 7D-5D-3M-Local Hold COLOMA ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-5D-3M
CO-KIT Coloma, KIT, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL KIT 14D-5D-3M
CO-MAGAZIN Coloma, MAGAZINE, 7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL MAGAZINE 7D-5D-3M
CO-MAG-LH Coloma, MAGAZINE-LH, 7D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL MAG-LH 7D-5D-3M
CO-MICROF Coloma, MICROFORM,14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL MICROFORM 14D-5D-3M
CO-NEWBOOK Coloma, NEW-BOOK,14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
CO-PAMPHET Coloma, PAMPHLET,14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL PAMPHLET 14D-5D-3M
CO-REFBOOK Coloma, REF-BOOK,ILL-XD COLOMA ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
CO-UI-LOST Coloma, UI-LOST,NONCIRC-Y COLOMA ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
CO-UNKNOWN Coloma, UNKNOWN,ILL-XD COLOMA ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
CO-VIDEO Coloma, VIDEO, 14D-5D-3M COLOMA ALL VIDEO 14D-5D-3M
CO-VIDLH Coloma, VIDEO, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold COLOMA ALL VIDEO-LH 14D-5D-3M
EN-AV Endeavor, AV, ILL-XD ENDEAVOR ALL AV ILL-XD
EN-AV-EQ Endeavor, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD ENDEAVOR ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
EN-BOOK Endeavor, BOOK, 21D-10D-3M ENDEAVOR ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
EN-BOOK-LH Endeavor, BOOK-LH, 21D-10D-3M ENDEAVOR ALL BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-BOOK-NH Endeavor, BOOK-NH, 21D-10D-3M ENDEAVOR ALL BOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
EN-CASS Endeavor, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
EN-CASSLH Endeavor, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-CD Endeavor, CD, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
EN-CDBKLH Endeavor, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-CD-BOOK Endeavor, CD-BOOK,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
EN-CDLH Endeavor, CD,21D-10D-3M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-CD-ROM Endeavor, CD-ROM,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
EN-CDROMLH Endeavor, CD-ROM ,21D-10D-3M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-DIGI Endeavor, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
EN-DIGILH Endeavor, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-DVD Endeavor, DVD,7D-25D-3M ENDEAVOR ALL DVD 7D-25D-3M
EN-DVD-LH Endeavor, DVD-LH,7D-25D-3M ENDEAVOR ALL DVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
EN-ILLBOOK Endeavor, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD ENDEAVOR ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
EN-JBOOK Endeavor, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
EN-JBOOKLH Endeavor, JBOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
EN-JBOOKNH Endeavor, JBOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
EN-JCASS Endeavor, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
EN-JCASSLH Endeavor, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-JCD Endeavor, JCD, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JCD 21D-10D-5M
EN-JCDBKLH Endeavor, JCD-Book,21D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
EN-JCDBOOK Endeavor, JCD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
EN-JCDLH Endeavor, JCD,21D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-JCD-ROM Endeavor, JCD-ROM,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
ENJCDROMLH Endeavor, JCD-ROM,21D-10D-5M-Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-JDIGI Endeavor, JDIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
EN-JDIGILH Endeavor, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
EN-JDVD Endeavor, JDVD,7D-25D-3M ENDEAVOR ALL JDVD 7D-25D-3M
EN-JDVD-LH Endeavor, JDVD-LH,7D-25D-3M ENDEAVOR ALL JDVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
EN-JKIT Endeavor, JKIT,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
EN-JMAGAZI Endeavor, JMAGAZINE,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
EN-JSPEC Endeavor,JSPECIAL,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
EN-JVIDEO Endeavor, JVIDEO,7D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL JVIDEO 7D-10D-5M
EN-JVIDLH Endeavor, JVIDEO,7D-10D-3M-Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-10D-5M
EN-KIT Endeavor, KIT, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL KIT 21D-10D-5M
EN-MAGAZIN Endeavor, MAGAZINE, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL MAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
EN-MAG-LH Endeavor, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL MAG-LH 21D-10D-5M
EN-MICROF Endeavor, MICROFORM,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
EN-NEWBOOK Endeavor, NEW-BOOK,21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
EN-PAMPHET Endeavor, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
EN-REFBOOK Endeavor, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD ENDEAVOR ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
EN-UI-LOST Endeavor, UI-LOST,NONCIRC-Y ENDEAVOR ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
EN-UNKNOWN Endeavor, UNKNOWN,ILL-XD ENDEAVOR ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
EN-VIDEO Endeavor, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M ENDEAVOR ALL VIDEO 7D-10D-5M
EN-VIDLH Endeavor, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold ENDEAVOR ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-10D-5M
GR-AV Green Lake, AV, ILL-XD GREENLAKE ALL AV ILL-XD
GR-AV-EQ Green Lake, AV-EQUIP, 7D-100D-5M GREENLAKE ALL AV-EQUIP 7D-100D-5M
GR-BOOK Green Lake, BOOK, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL BOOK 21D-5D-3M
GR-BOOK-LH Green Lake, BOOK-LH, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL BOOK-LH 21D-5D-3M
GR-BOOK-NH Green Lake, BOOK-NH, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL BOOK-NH 21D-5D-3M
GR-CASS Green Lake, CASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL CASSETTE 21D-5D-3M
GR-CASSLH Green Lake, CASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL CASS-LH 21D-5D-3M
GR-CD Green Lake, CD, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL CD 21D-5D-3M
GR-CDBKLH Green Lake, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-5D-3M
GR-CD-BOOK Green Lake, CD-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL CD-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
GR-CDLH Green Lake, CD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL CD-LH 21D-5D-3M
GR-CD-ROM Green Lake, CD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL CD-ROM 21D-5D-3M
GR-CDROMLH Green Lake, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-5D-3M
GR-DIGI Green Lake, DIGITAL, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL DIGITAL 21D-5D-3M
GR-DIGILH Green Lake, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-5D-3M
GR-DVD Green Lake, DVD, 7D-25D-3M GREENLAKE ALL DVD 7D-25D-3M
GR-DVD-LH Green Lake, DVD-LH, 7D-25D-5M GREENLAKE ALL DVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
GR-ILLBOOK Green Lake, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD GREENLAKE ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
GR-JBOOK Green Lake, JBOOK, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JBOOK 21D-NF
GR-JBOOKLH Green Lake, JBOOK-LH, 21D-NF Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-NF
GR-JBOOKNH Green Lake, JBOOK-NH, 21D-NF No Hold GREENLAKE ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-NF
GR-JCASS Green Lake, JCASSETTE, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JCASSETTE 21D-NF
GR-JCASSLH Green Lake, JCASSETTE, 21D-NF Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JCASS-LH 21D-NF
GR-JCD Green Lake, JCD, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JCD 21D-NF
GR-JCDBKLH Green Lake, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-NF Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-NF
GR-JCDBOOK Green Lake, JCD-BOOK, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-NF
GR-JCDLH Green Lake, JCD, 21D-NF Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JCD-LH 21D-NF
GR-JCD-ROM Green Lake, JCD-ROM, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JCD-ROM 21D-NF
GRJCDROMLH Green Lake, JCD-ROM, 21D-NF Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-NF
GR-JDIGI Green Lake, JDIGITAL, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JDIGITAL 21D-NF
GR-JDIGILH Green Lake, JDIGITALLH, 21D-NF Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-NF
GR-JDVD Green Lake, JDVD, 7D-25D-3M GREENLAKE ALL JDVD 7D-25D-3M
GR-JDVD-LH Green Lake, JDVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JDVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
GR-JKIT Green Lake, JKIT, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JKIT 21D-NF
GR-JMAGAZI Green Lake, JMAGAZINE, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-NF
GR-JSPEC Green Lake, JSPECIAL, 21D-NF GREENLAKE ALL JSPECIAL 21D-NF
GR-JVIDEO Green Lake, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M GREENLAKE ALL JVIDEO 7D-25D-3M
GR-JVIDLH Green Lake, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
GR-KIT Green Lake, KIT, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL KIT 21D-5D-3M
GR-MAGAZIN Green Lake, MAGAZINE, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL MAGAZINE 21D-5D-3M
GR-MAG-LH Green Lake, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL MAG-LH 21D-5D-3M
GR-MICROF Green Lake, MICROFORM, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL MICROFORM 21D-5D-3M
GR-NEWBOOK Green Lake, NEW-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
GR-PAMPHET Green Lake, PAMPHLET, 21D-5D-3M GREENLAKE ALL PAMPHLET 21D-5D-3M
GR-REFBOOK Green Lake, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD GREENLAKE ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
GR-UI-LOST Green Lake, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y GREENLAKE ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
GR-UNKNOWN Green Lake, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD GREENLAKE ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
GR-VIDEO Green Lake, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M GREENLAKE ALL VIDEO 7D-25D-3M
GR-VIDLH Green Lake, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold GREENLAKE ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
HA-AV Hancock, AV, ILL-XD HANCOCK ALL AV ILL-XD
HA-AV-EQ Hancock, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD HANCOCK ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
HA-BOOK Hancock, BOOK, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL BOOK 14D-5D-3M
HA-BOOK-LH Hancock, BOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL BOOK-LH 14D-5D-3M
HA-BOOK-NH Hancock, BOOK-NH, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL BOOK-NH 14D-5D-3M
HA-CASS Hancock, CASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL CASSETTE 14D-5D-3M
HA-CASSLH Hancock, CASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL CASS-LH 14D-5D-3M
HA-CD Hancock, CD, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL CD 7D-5D-3M
HA-CDBKLH Hancock, CD-Book, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL CD-BOOK-LH 14D-5D-3M
HA-CD-BOOK Hancock, CD-BOOK, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL CD-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
HA-CDLH Hancock, CD, 7D-5D-5M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL CD-LH 7D-5D-3M
HA-CD-ROM Hancock, CD-ROM, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL CD-ROM 7D-5D-3M
HA-CDROMLH Hancock, CD-ROM, 7D-5D-3M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL CD-ROM-LH 7D-5D-3M
HA-DIGI Hancock, DIGITAL, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL DIGITAL 14D-5D-3M
HA-DIGILH Hancock, DIGITAL-LH, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL DIGITAL-LH 14D-5D-3M
HA-DVD Hancock, DVD, 7D-50D-5M HANCOCK ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
HA-DVD-LH Hancock, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M HANCOCK ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
HA-ILLBOOK Hancock, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD HANCOCK ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
HA-JBOOK Hancock, JBOOK, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JBOOK 14D-5D-3M
HA-JBOOKLH Hancock, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
HA-JBOOKNH Hancock, JBOOK-NH, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JBOOK-NH 14D-5D-3M
HA-JCASS Hancock, JCASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JCASSETTE 14D-5D-3M
HA-JCASSLH Hancock, JCASSETTE, 7D-5D-5M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL JCASS-LH 7D-5D-3M
HA-JCD Hancock, JCD, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JCD 7D-5D-3M
HA-JCDBKLH Hancock, JCD-BOOKLH, 7D-5D-5M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL JCD-BOOKLH 7D-5D-3M
HA-JCDBOOK Hancock, JCD-BOOK, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JCD-BOOK 7D-5D-3M
HA-JCDLH Hancock, JCD, 7D-5D-5M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL JCD-LH 7D-5D-3M
HA-JCD-ROM Hancock, JCD-ROM, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JCD-ROM 7D-5D-3M
HAJCDROMLH Hancock, JCD-ROM, 7D-5D-5M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL JCD-ROM-LH 7D-5D-3M
HA-JDIGI Hancock, JDIGITAL, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JDIGITAL 14D-5D-3M
HA-JDIGILH Hancock, JDIGITALLH, 7D-5D-5M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL JDIGITALLH 7D-5D-3M
HA-JDVD Hancock, JDVD, 7D-50D-5M HANCOCK ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
HA-JDVD-LH Hancock, JDVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M HANCOCK ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
HA-JKIT Hancock, JKIT, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JKIT 7D-5D-3M
HA-JMAGAZI Hancock, JMAGAZINE, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JMAGAZINE 7D-5D-3M
HA-JSPEC Hancock, JSPECIAL, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL JSPECIAL 7D-5D-3M
HA-JVIDEO Hancock, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M HANCOCK ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
HA-JVIDLH Hancock, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M-Local Hold HANCOCK ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
HA-KIT Hancock, KIT, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL KIT 7D-5D-3M
HA-MAGAZIN Hancock, MAGAZINE, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL MAGAZINE 7D-5D-3M
HA-MAG-LH Hancock, MAGAZINE, 7D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL MAG-LH 7D-5D-3M
HA-MICROF Hancock, MICROFORM, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL MICROFORM 14D-5D-3M
HA-NEWBOOK Hancock, NEW-BOOK, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
HA-PAMPHET Hancock, PAMPHLET, 14D-5D-3M HANCOCK ALL PAMPHLET 14D-5D-3M
HA-REFBOOK Hancock, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD HANCOCK ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
HA-UI-LOST Hancock, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y HANCOCK ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
HA-UNKNOWN Hancock, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD HANCOCK ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
HA-VIDEO Hancock, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M HANCOCK ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
HA-VIDLH Hancock, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold HANCOCK ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
KI-AV Kingston, AV, ILL-XD KINGSTON ALL AV ILL-XD
KI-AV-EQ Kingston, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD KINGSTON ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
KI-BOOK Kingston, BOOK, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL BOOK 14D-5D-3M
KI-BOOK-LH Kingston, BOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL BOOK-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-BOOK-NH Kingston, BOOK-NH, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL BOOK-NH 14D-5D-3M
KI-CASS Kingston, CASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL CASSETTE 14D-5D-3M
KI-CASSLH Kingston, CASSETTE, 14D-5D-5M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL CASS-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-CD Kingston, CD, 7D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL CD 7D-5D-3M
KI-CDBKLH Kingston, CD-Book, 14D-5D-5M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL CD-BOOK-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-CD-BOOK Kingston, CD-BOOK, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL CD-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
KI-CDLH Kingston, CD, 7D-5D-3M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL CD-LH 7D-5D-3M
KI-CD-ROM Kingston, CD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL CD-ROM 14D-5D-3M
KI-CDROMLH Kingston, CD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL CD-ROM-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-DIGI Kingston, DIGITAL, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL DIGITAL 14D-5D-3M
KI-DIGILH Kingston, DIGITAL-LH, 14D-5D-5M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL DIGITAL-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-DVD Kingston, DVD,7D-100D-5M KINGSTON ALL DVD 7D-100D-5M
KI-DVD-LH Kingston, DVD-LH,7D-100D-5M KINGSTON ALL DVD-LH 7D-100D-5M
KI-ILLBOOK Kingston, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD KINGSTON ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
KI-JBOOK Kingston, JBOOK, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JBOOK 14D-5D-3M
KI-JBOOKLH Kingston, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
KI-JBOOKNH Kingston, JBOOK-NH, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JBOOK-NH 14D-5D-3M
KI-JCASS Kingston, JCASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JCASSETTE 14D-5D-3M
KI-JCASSLH Kingston, JCASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL JCASS-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-JCD Kingston, JCD, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JCD 14D-5D-3M
KI-JCDBKLH Kingston, JCD-BOOKLH, 14D-5D-5M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL JCD-BOOKLH 14D-5D-3M
KI-JCDBOOK Kingston, JCD-BOOK, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JCD-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
KI-JCDLH Kingston, JCD, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL JCD-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-JCD-ROM Kingston, JCD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JCD-ROM 14D-5D-3M
KIJCDROMLH Kingston, JCD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL JCD-ROM-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-JDIGI Kingston, JDIGITAL, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JDIGITAL 14D-5D-3M
KI-JDVD Kingston, JDVD,7D-100D-5M KINGSTON ALL JDVD 7D-100D-5M
KI-JDIGILH Kingston, JDIGITALLH, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL JDIGITALLH 14D-5D-3M
KI-JDVD-LH Kingston, JDVD-LH,7D-100D-5M KINGSTON ALL JDVD-LH 7D-100D-5M
KI-JKIT Kingston, JKIT, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JKIT 14D-5D-3M
KI-KIT Kingston, KIT, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL KIT 14D-5D-3M
KI-JMAGAZI Kingston, JMAGAZINE, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-5D-3M
KI-JSPEC Kingston, JSPECIAL, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL JSPECIAL 14D-5D-3M
KI-JVIDEO Kingston, JVIDEO,7D-100D-5M KINGSTON ALL JVIDEO 7D-100D-5M
KI-JVIDLH Kingston, JVIDEO,7D-100D-5M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-100D-5M
KI-MAGAZIN Kingston, MAGAZINE, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL MAGAZINE 14D-5D-3M
KI-MAG-LH Kingston, MAGAZINE-LH, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL MAG-LH 14D-5D-3M
KI-MICROF Kingston, MICROFORM, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL MICROFORM 14D-5D-3M
KI-NEWBOOK Kingston, NEW-BOOK, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
KI-PAMPHET Kingston, PAMPHLET, 14D-5D-3M KINGSTON ALL PAMPHLET 14D-5D-3M
KI-REFBOOK Kingston, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD KINGSTON ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
KI-UI-LOST Kingston, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y KINGSTON ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
KI-UNKNOWN Kingston, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD KINGSTON ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
KI-VIDEO Kingston, VIDEO,7D-100D-5M KINGSTON ALL VIDEO 7D-100D-5M
KI-VIDLH Kingston, VIDEO,7D-100D-5M Local Hold KINGSTON ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-100D-5M
MA-AV Markesan, AV, ILL-XD MARKESAN ALL AV ILL-XD
MA-AV-EQ Markesan, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD MARKESAN ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
MA-BOOK Markesan, BOOK, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL BOOK 21D-5D-3M
MA-BOOK-LH Markesan, BOOK-LH, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL BOOK-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-BOOK-NH Markesan, BOOK-NH, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL BOOK-NH 21D-5D-3M
MA-CASS Markesan, CASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL CASSETTE 21D-5D-3M
MA-CASSLH Markesan, CASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL CASS-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-CD Markesan, CD, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL CD 21D-5D-3M
MA-CDBKLH Markesan, CD-Book, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-CD-BOOK Markesan, CD-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL CD-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
MA-CDLH Markesan, CD, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL CD-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-CD-ROM Markesan, CD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL CD-ROM 21D-5D-3M
MA-CDROMLH Markesan, CD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-DIGI Markesan, DIGITAL, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL DIGITAL 21D-5D-3M
MA-DIGILH Markesan, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-DVD Markesan, DVD, 7D-100D-5M MARKESAN ALL DVD 7D-100D-5M
MA-DVD-LH Markesan, DVD-LH, 7D-100D-5M MARKESAN ALL DVD-LH 7D-100D-5M
MA-ILLBOOK Markesan, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD MARKESAN ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
MA-JBOOK Markesan, JBOOK, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JBOOK 21D-5D-3M
MA-JBOOKLH Markesan, JBOOK-LH, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
MA-JBOOKNH Markesan, JBOOK-NH, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-5D-3M
MA-JCASS Markesan, JCASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JCASSETTE 21D-5D-3M
MA-JCASSLH Markesan, JCASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL JCASS-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-JCD Markesan, JCD, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JCD 21D-5D-3M
MA-JCDBKLH Markesan, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-5D-3M
MA-JCDBOOK Markesan, JCD-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
MA-JCDLH Markesan, JCD, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL JCD-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-JCD-ROM Markesan, JCD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JCD-ROM 21D-5D-3M
MAJCDROMLH Markesan, JCD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-JDIGI Markesan, JDIGITAL, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JDIGITAL 21D-5D-3M
MA-JDIGILH Markesan, JDIGITALLH, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-5D-3M
MA-JDVD Markesan, JDVD, 7D-100D-3M MARKESAN ALL JDVD 7D-100D-5M
MA-JDVD-LH Markesan, JDVD-LH, 7D-100D-5M MARKESAN ALL JDVD-LH 7D-100D-5M
MA-JKIT Markesan, JKIT, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JKIT 21D-5D-3M
MA-JMAGAZI Markesan, JMAGAZINE, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-5D-3M
MA-JSPEC Markesan, JSPECIAL, 14D-100-30 MARKESAN ALL JSPECIAL 14D-100-30
MA-JVIDEO Markesan, JVIDEO, 7D-100D-5M MARKESAN ALL JVIDEO 7D-100D-5M
MA-JVIDLH Markesan, JVIDEO, 7D-100D-5M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-100D-5M
MA-KIT Markesan, KIT, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL KIT 21D-5D-3M
MA-MAGAZIN Markesan, MAGAZINE, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL MAGAZINE 21D-5D-3M
MA-MAG-LH Markesan, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL MAG-LH 21D-5D-3M
MA-MICROF Markesan, MICROFORM, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL MICROFORM 21D-5D-3M
MA-NEWBOOK Markesan, NEW-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
MA-PAMPHET Markesan, PAMPHLET, 21D-5D-3M MARKESAN ALL PAMPHLET 21D-5D-3M
MA-REFBOOK Markesan, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD MARKESAN ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
MA-UI-LOST Markesan, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y MARKESAN ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
MA-UNKNOWN Markesan, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD MARKESAN ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
MA-VIDEO Markesan, VIDEO, 7D-100D-5M MARKESAN ALL VIDEO 7D-100D-5M
MA-VIDLH Markesan, VIDEO, 7D-100D-5M Local Hold MARKESAN ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-100D-5M
ME-AV Menasha, ALL, AV, 14D-500D MENASHA ALL AV 14D-500D
ME-AV-EQ Menasha, ALL, AV-EQUIP, 2H-$5H-$25M (Laptops) MENASHA ALL AV-EQUIP 2H-5H
ME-AV-NH Menasha, ALL, AV-NH, ILL-XD MENASHA ALL AV-NH 14D-500D
ME-BOOK Menasha, ALL, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
ME-BOOK-LH Menasha, ALL, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
ME-BOOK-NH Menasha, ALL, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D=NR MENASHA ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-NR
ME-CASS Menasha, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL CASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
ME-CASSLH Menasha, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL CASS-LH 28D-10D-5M
ME-CD Menasha, ALL, CD 28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL CD 28D-10D-5M
ME-CDBKLH Menasha, ALL, CD-Book, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL CD-BOOK-LH 28D-10D-5M
ME-CD-BOOK Menasha, ALL, CD-BOOK,28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL CD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
ME-CDLH Menasha, ALL, CD,28D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL CD-LH 28D-10D-5M
ME-CD-ROM Menasha, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL CD-ROM 28D-10D-5M
ME-CDROMLH Menasha, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL CD-ROM-LH 28D-10D-5M
ME-DIGI Menasha, ALL, DIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
ME-DIGILH Menasha, ALL, DIGITAL-LH, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL DIGITAL-LH 28D-10D-5M
ME-DVD Menasha, ALL, DVD, 7D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL DVD 7D-10D-5M
ME-DVD-LH Menasha, ALL, DVD-LH, 7D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL DVD-LH 7D-10D-5M
ME-DVD-NH Menasha, ALL, DVD-NH, 7D-10D-L2R MENASHA ALL DVD-NH 7D-10D-L7
ME-E-READ Menasha, ALL, E-reader LH, 14D-$5.00D-$100Max MENASHA ALL E-READER 14D-500D
ME-ILLBOOK Menasha, ALL, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD MENASHA ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
ME-JBOOK Menasha, ALL, JBOOK, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JBOOK 28D-5D-3M
ME-JBOOKLH Menasha, ALL, JBOOK-LH, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
ME-JBOOKNH Menasha, ALL, JBOOK-NH, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JBOOK-NH 28D-5D-3M
ME-JCASS Menasha, ALL, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JCASSETTE 28D-5D-3M
ME-JCASSLH Menasha, ALL, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold MENASHA ALL JCASS-LH 28D-5D-3M
ME-JCD Menasha, ALL, JCD, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JCD 28D-5D-3M
ME-JCDBKLH Menasha, ALL, JCD-BOOKLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold MENASHA ALL JCD-BOOKLH 28D-5D-3M
ME-JCDBOOK Menasha, ALL, JCD-BOOK, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JCD-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
ME-JCDLH Menasha, ALL, JCD, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL JCD-LH 28D-5D-3M
ME-JCD-ROM Menasha, ALL, JCD-ROM, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JCD-ROM 28D-5D-3M
MEJCDROMLH Menasha, ALL, JCD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL JCD-ROM-LH 28D-5D-3M
ME-JDIGI Menasha, ALL, JDIGITAL, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JDIGITAL 28D-5D-3M
ME-JDIGILH Menasha, ALL, JDIGITALLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold MENASHA ALL JDIGITALLH 28D-5D-3M
ME-JDVD Menasha, ALL, JDVD,7D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JDVD 7D-5D-3M
ME-JDVD-LH Menasha, ALL, JDVD-LH,7D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JDVD-LH 7D-5D-3M
ME-JDVD-NH Menasha, ALL, JDVD-NH,7D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JDVD-NH 7D-5D-3M
ME-JKIT Menasha, ALL, JKIT, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JKIT 28D-5D-3M
ME-JMAGAZI Menasha, ALL, JMAGAZINE, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JMAGAZINE 28D-5D-3M
ME-JSPEC Menasha, ALL, JSPECIAL, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JSPECIAL 28D-5D-3M
ME-JVIDEO Menasha, ALL, JVIDEO, 7D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL JVIDEO 7D-5D-3M
ME-JVIDLH Menasha, ALL, JVIDEO, 7D-5D-3M Local Hold MENASHA ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-5D-3M
ME-KIT Menasha, ALL, KIT, 28D-5D-3M MENASHA ALL KIT 28D-10D-5M
ME-MAGAZIN Menasha, ALL, MAGAZINE, 14D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL MAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
ME-MAG-LH Menasha, ALL, MAGAZINE-LH, 14D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL MAG-LH 14D-10D-5M
ME-MICROF Menasha, ALL, MICROFORM, 28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL MICROFORM 28D-10D-5M
ME-NEWBOOK Menasha, ALL, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
ME-PAMPHET Menasha, ALL, PAMPHLET, 28D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL PAMPHLET 28D-10D-5M
ME-REFBOOK Menasha, ALL, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD MENASHA ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
ME-UI-LOST Menasha, ALL, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
ME-UNKNOWN Menasha, ALL, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD MENASHA ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
ME-VIDEO Menasha, ALL, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M MENASHA ALL VIDEO 7D-10D-5M
ME-VIDLH Menasha, ALL, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold MENASHA ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-10D-5M
MER-AV Menasha, J-RESTRICT, AV NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT AV NONCIRC-Y
MER-AV-EQ Menasha, J-RESTRICT, AV-EQUIP,NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT AV-EQUIP NONCIRC-Y
MER-BOOK Menasha, J-RESTRICT,BOOK, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT BOOK NONCIRC-Y
MER-BOOKLH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,BOOK-LH, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-BOOKNH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,BOOK-NH, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT BOOK-NH NONCIRC-Y
MER-CASS Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT CASSETTE NONCIRC-Y
MER-CASSLH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, Local Hold MENASHA J-RESTRICT CASS-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-CD Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CD, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT CD NONCIRC-Y
MER-CD-BK Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CD-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
MER-CDBKLH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CD-Book, Local Hold MENASHA J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-CDLH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CD, Local Hold MENASHA J-RESTRICT CD-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-CDROM Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT CD-ROM NONCIRC-Y
MERCDROMLH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, Local Hold MENASHA J-RESTRICT CD-ROM-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-DIGI Menasha, J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT DIGITAL NONCIRC-Y
MER-DIGILH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL-LH, Local Hold MENASHA J-RESTRICT DIGITAL-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-DVD Menasha, J-RESTRICT,DVD, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT DVD NONCIRC-Y
MER-DVD-LH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,DVD-LH, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT DVD-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-DVD-NH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,DVD-NH, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT DVD-NH NONCIRC-Y
MER-ILL-BK Menasha, J-RESTRICT,ILL-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT ILL-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
MER-MAG Menasha, J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT MAGAZINE NONCIRC-Y
MER-MAG-LH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE-LH, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT MAG-LH NONCIRC-Y
MER-MICRO Menasha, J-RESTRICT,MICROFORM, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT MICROFORM NONCIRC-Y
MER-NEW-BK Menasha, J-RESTRICT,NEW_BOOK, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT NEW-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
MER-PAMPH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,PAMPHLET, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT PAMPHLET NONCIRC-Y
MER-REF-BK Menasha, J-RESTRICT,REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
MER-UILOST Menasha, J-RESTRICT,UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
MER-UNKNOW Menasha, J-RESTRICT,UNKNOWN, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT UNKNOWN NONCIRC-Y
MER-VIDEO Menasha, J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y MENASHA J-RESTRICT VIDEO NONCIRC-Y
MER-VIDLH Menasha, J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, Local Hold MENASHA J-RESTRICT VIDEO-LH NONCIRC-Y
MO-AV Montello, AV, ILL-XD MONTELLO ALL AV ILL-XD
MO-AV-EQ Montello, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD MONTELLO ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
MO-BOOK Montello, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
MO-BOOK-LH Montello, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
MO-BOOK-NH Montello, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
MO-CASS Montello, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL CASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
MO-CASSLH Montello, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL CASS-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-CD Montello, CD, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL CD 28D-10D-5M
MO-CDBKLH Montello, CD-Book, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL CD-BOOK-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-CD-BOOK Montello, CD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL CD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
MO-CDLH Montello, CD, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL CD-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-CD-ROM Montello, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL CD-ROM 28D-10D-5M
MO-CDROMLH Montello, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL CD-ROM-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-DIGI Montello, DIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
MO-DIGILH Montello, DIGITAL-LH, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL DIGITAL-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-DVD Montello, DVD, 7D-25D-3M MONTELLO ALL DVD 7D-25D-3M
MO-DVD-LH Montello, DVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M MONTELLO ALL DVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
MO-ILLBOOK Montello, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD MONTELLO ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
MO-JBOOK Montello, JBOOK, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JBOOK 28D-10D-5M
MO-JBOOKLH Montello, JBOOK-LH, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
MO-JBOOKNH Montello, JBOOK-NH, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JBOOK-NH 28D-10D-5M
MO-JCASS Montello, JCASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JCASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
MO-JCASSLH Montello, JCASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL JCASS-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-JCD Montello, JCD, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JCD 28D-10D-5M
MO-JCDBKLH Montello, JCD-BOOKLH, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL JCD-BOOKLH 28D-10D-5M
MO-JCDBOOK Montello, JCD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JCD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
MO-JCDLH Montello, JCD, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL JCD-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-JCD-ROM Montello, JCD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JCD-ROM 28D-10D-5M
MOJCDROMLH Montello, JCD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL JCD-ROM-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-JDIGI Montello, JDIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JDIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
MO-JDIGILH Montello, JDIGITALLH, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL JDIGITALLH 28D-10D-5M
MO-JDVD Montello, JDVD, 7D-25D-3M MONTELLO ALL JDVD 7D-25D-3M
MO-JDVD-LH Montello, JDVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL JDVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
MO-JKIT Montello, JKIT, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JKIT 28D-10D-5M
MO-JMAGAZI Montello, JMAGAZINE, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JMAGAZINE 28D-10D-5M
MO-JSPEC Montello, JSPECIAL, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL JSPECIAL 28D-10D-5M
MO-JVIDEO Montello, JDVD, 7D-25D-3M MONTELLO ALL JVIDEO 7D-25D-3M
MO-JVIDLH Montello, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
MO-KIT Montello, KIT, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL KIT 28D-10D-5M
MO-MAGAZIN Montello, MAGAZINE, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL MAGAZINE 28D-10D-5M
MO-MAG-LH Montello, MAGAZINE-LH, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL MAG-LH 28D-10D-5M
MO-MICROF Montello, MICROFORM, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL MICROFORM 28D-10D-5M
MO-NEWBOOK Montello, NEW-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL NEW-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
MO-PAMPHET Montello, PAMPHLET, 28D-10D-5M MONTELLO ALL PAMPHLET 28D-10D-5M
MO-REFBOOK Montello, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD MONTELLO ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
MO-UI-LOST Montello, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y MONTELLO ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
MO-UNKNOWN Montello, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD MONTELLO ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
MO-VIDEO Montello, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M MONTELLO ALL VIDEO 7D-25D-3M
MO-VIDLH Montello, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold MONTELLO ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
NE-AV Neenah, ALL, AV, 14D-500D, for eReaders NEENAH ALL AV 14D-500D
NE-AV-NH Neenah, ALL, AV-NH, 14D-500D No Hold, Not Renewable NEENAH ALL AV-NH 14D-500DNR
NE-AV-EQ Neenah, ALL, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD NEENAH ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
NE-BOOK Neenah, ALL, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
NE-BOOK-LH Neenah, ALL, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
NE-BOOK-NH Neenah, ALL, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-NR NEENAH ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-NR
NE-CASS Neenah, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL CASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
NE-CASSLH Neenah, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold NEENAH ALL CASS-LH 28D-10D-5M
NE-CD Neenah, ALL, CD, 14D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL CD 14D-10D-5M
NE-CDBKLH Neenah, ALL, CD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold NEENAH ALL CD-BOOK-LH 28D-10D-5M
NE-CD-BOOK Neenah, ALL, CD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL CD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
NE-CDLH Neenah, ALL, CD, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold NEENAH ALL CD-LH 14D-10D-5M
NE-CD-ROM Neenah, ALL, CD-ROM, 14D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL CD-ROM 14D-10D-5M
NE-CDROMLH Neenah, ALL, CD-ROM, Nook, Kindle $5 Day, $100 Max NEENAH ALL CD-ROM-LH 14D-500D
NE-DIGITAL Neenah, ALL, DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
NE-DIGI-LH Neenah, All, DIGITAL-LH, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold NEENAH ALL DIGITAL-LH 28D-10D-5M
NE-DVD Neenah, ALL, DVD, 7D-10D-3M NEENAH ALL DVD 7D-10D-5M
NE-DVD-LH Neenah, ALL, DVD-LH, 7D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL DVD-LH 7D-10D-5M
NE-DVD-NH Neenah, ALL, DVD-NH, 7D-10D-L2 NEENAH ALL DVD-NH 7D-10D-L2
NE-E-READ Neenah, ALL, E-reader LH, 14D-$5.00D-$100Max NEENAH ALL E-READER 14D-500D
NE-ILLBOOK Neenah, ALL, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD NEENAH ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
NE-JBOOK Neenah, ALL, JBOOK, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JBOOK 28D-5D-3M
NE-JBOOKLH Neenah, ALL, JBOOK-LH, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
NE-JBOOKNH Neenah, ALL, JBOOK-NH, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JBOOK-NH 28D-5D-3M
NE-JCASS Neenah, ALL, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JCASSETTE 28D-5D-3M
NE-JCASSLH Neenah, ALL, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold NEENAH ALL JCASS-LH 28D-5D-3M
NE-JCD Neenah, ALL, JCD, 14D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JCD 14D-5D-3M
NE-JCDBKLH Neenah, ALL, JCD-BOOKLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold NEENAH ALL JCD-BOOKLH 28D-5D-3M
NE-JCDBOOK Neenah, ALL, JCD-BOOK, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JCD-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
NE-JCDLH Neenah, ALL, JCD, 14D-5D-5M Local Hold NEENAH ALL JCD-LH 14D-5D-3M
NE-JCD-ROM Neenah, ALL, JCD-ROM, 14D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JCD-ROM 14D-5D-3M
NEJCDROMLH Neenah, ALL, JCD-ROM, 14D-5D-5M Local Hold NEENAH ALL JCD-ROM-LH 14D-5D-3M
NE-JDIGI Neenah, ALL, JDIGITAL, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JDIGITAL 28D-5D-3M
NE-JDIGILH Neenah, ALL, JDIGITALLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold NEENAH ALL JDIGITALLH 28D-5D-3M
NE-JDVD Neenah, ALL, JDVD, 7D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JDVD 7D-5D-3M
NE-JDVD-LH Neenah, ALL, JDVD-LH, 7D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JDVD-LH 7D-5D-3M
NE-JDVD-NH Neenah, ALL, JDVD-NH, 7D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JDVD-NH 7D-5D-3M
NE-JKIT Neenah, ALL, JKIT, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JKIT 28D-5D-3M
NE-JMAGAZI Neenah, ALL, JMAGAZINE, 28D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JMAGAZINE 28D-5D-3M
NE-JSPEC Neenah, ALL, JSPECIAL, 14D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JSPECIAL 14D-5D-3M
NE-JVIDEO Neenah, ALL, JVIDEO, 7D-5D-3M NEENAH ALL JVIDEO 7D-5D-3M
NE-JVIDLH Neenah, ALL, JVIDEO, 7D-5D-3M Local Hold NEENAH ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-5D-3M
NE-KIT Neenah, ALL, KIT, 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL KIT 28D-10D-5M
NE-LONG-NH Neenah, ALL, LONG-NH, 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL LONG-NH 28D-10D-5M
NE-MAGAZIN Neenah, ALL, MAGAZINE, 14D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL MAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
NE-MAG-LH Neenah, ALL, MAGAZINE-LH, 14D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL MAG-LH 14D-10D-5M
NE-MICROF Neenah, ALL, MICROFORM, 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL MICROFORM 28D-10D-5M
NE-NEWBOOK Neenah, ALL, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
NE-PAMPHET Neenah, ALL, PAMPHLET, 28D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL PAMPHLET 28D-10D-5M
NE-REFBOOK Neenah, ALL, REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH ALL REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NE-UI-LOST Neenah, ALL, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
NE-UNKNOWN Neenah, ALL, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD NEENAH ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
NE-VIDEO Neenah, ALL, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M NEENAH ALL VIDEO 7D-10D-5M
NE-VIDLH Neenah, ALL, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold NEENAH ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-10D-5M
NER-AV Neenah,J-RESTRICT, AV, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT AV NONCIRC-Y
NER-AV-EQ Neenah,J-RESTRICT, AV-EQUIP, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT AV-EQUIP NONCIRC-Y
NER-BOOK Neenah,J-RESTRICT, BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NER-BOOKLH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, BOOK-LH, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-BOOKNH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, BOOK-NH, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT BOOK-NH NONCIRC-Y
NER-CASS Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT CASSETTE NONCIRC-Y
NER-CASSLH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NEENAH J-RESTRICT CASS-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-CD Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CD, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT CD NONCIRC-Y
NER-CD-BK Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CD-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NER-CDBKLH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CD-Book, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NEENAH J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-CDLH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CD, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NEENAH J-RESTRICT CD-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-CDROM Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT CD-ROM NONCIRC-Y
NERCDROMLH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NEENAH J-RESTRICT CD-ROM-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-DIGILH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, DIGITAL-LH, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT DIGITAL-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-DVD Neenah,J-RESTRICT, DVD, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT DVD NONCIRC-Y
NER-DVD-LH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, DVD-LH, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT DVD-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-DVD-NH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, DVD-NH, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT DVD-NH NONCIRC-Y
NER-ILL-BK Neenah,J-RESTRICT, ILL-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT ILL-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NER-MAG Neenah,J-RESTRICT, MAGAZINE, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT MAGAZINE NONCIRC-Y
NER-MAG-LH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, MAGAZINE-LH, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT MAG-LH NONCIRC-Y
NER-MICRO Neenah,J-RESTRICT, MICROFORM, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT MICROFORM NONCIRC-Y
NER-NEW-BK Neenah,J-RESTRICT, NEW-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT NEW-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NER-PAMPH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, PAMPHLET, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT PAMPHLET NONCIRC-Y
NER-REF-BK Neenah,J-RESTRICT, REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NER-UILOST Neenah,J-RESTRICT, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
NER-UNKNOW Neenah,J-RESTRICT, UNKNOWN, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT UNKNOWN NONCIRC-Y
NER-VIDEO Neenah,J-RESTRICT, VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y NEENAH J-RESTRICT VIDEO NONCIRC-Y
NER-VIDLH Neenah,J-RESTRICT, VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NEENAH J-RESTRICT VIDEO-LH NONCIRC-Y
NES-AV Neshkoro, AV, ILL-XD NESHKORO ALL AV ILL-XD
NES-AV-EQ Neshkoro, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD NESHKORO ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
NES-BOOK Neshkoro, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
NES-BOOKLH Neshkoro, BOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-BOOKNH Neshkoro, BOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL BOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
NES-CASS Neshkoro, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
NES-CASSLH Neshkoro, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-CD Neshkoro, CD, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
NES-CDBKLH Neshkoro, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-CD-BK Neshkoro, ALL, CD-BOOK,21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
NES-CDLH Neshkoro, CD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-CD-ROM Neshkoro, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
NES-CDRMLH Neshkoro, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-DIGI Neshkoro, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
NES-DIGILH Neshkoro, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-DVD Neshkoro, DVD, 7D-25D-3M NESHKORO ALL DVD 7D-25D-3M
NES-DVD-LH Neshkoro, DVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M NESHKORO ALL DVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
NES-ILL-BK Neshkoro, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD NESHKORO ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
NES-JBOOK Neshkoro, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
NES-JBKLH Neshkoro, JBOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
NES-JBKNH Neshkoro, JBOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
NES-JCASS Neshkoro, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-3M NESHKORO ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
NES-JCASLH Neshkoro, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-JCD Neshkoro, JCD, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JCD 21D-10D-5M
NES-JCDBLH Neshkoro, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
NES-JCDBK Neshkoro, JCD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
NES-JCDLH Neshkoro, JCD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-JCDROM Neshkoro, JCD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M NESHKORO ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
NESJCDRMLH Neshkoro, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-3M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
NES-JDIGI Neshkoro, JDIGITAL, 21D-10D-3M NESHKORO ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
NES-JDIGLH Neshkoro, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
NES-JDVD Neshkoro, JDVD, 7D-25D-5M NESHKORO ALL JDVD 7D-25D-3M
NES-JDVDLH Neshkoro, JDVD-LH, 7D-25D-5M NESHKORO ALL JDVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
NES-JKIT Neshkoro, JKIT, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
NES-JMAG Neshkoro, JMAGAZINE, 7D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JMAGAZINE 7D-10D-5M
NES-JSPEC Neshkoro, JSPECIAL, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
NES-JVIDEO Neshkoro, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M NESHKORO ALL JVIDEO 7D-25D-3M
NES-JVIDLH Neshkoro, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
NES-MAG Neshkoro, MAGAZINE, 7D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL MAGAZINE 7D-10D-5M
NES-MAG-LH Neshkoro, MAGAZINE-LH, 7D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL MAG-LH 7D-10D-5M
NES-MICROF Neshkoro, MICROFORM, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
NES-NEWBK Neshkoro, NEW-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
NES-PAM Neshkoro, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M NESHKORO ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
NES-REFBK Neshkoro, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD NESHKORO ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
NES-VIDEO Neshkoro, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M NESHKORO ALL VIDEO 7D-25D-3M
NES-VIDLH Neshkoro, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold NESHKORO ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
NF-AV N Fond du Lac, ALL, Games, 7D-50D-L2 NFONDDULAC ALL AV 7D-50D-L2
NF-AV-EQ N Fond du Lac, ALL, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD NFONDDULAC ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
NF-BOOK N Fond du Lac, ALL, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
NF-BOOK-LH N Fond du Lac, ALL, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
NF-BOOK-NH N Fond du Lac, ALL, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
NF-CASS N Fond du Lac, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL CASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
NF-CASSLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL CASS-LH 28D-10D-5M
NF-CD N Fond du Lac, ALL, CD, 14D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL CD 14D-10D-5M
NF-CDBKLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, CD-Book, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL CD-BOOK-LH 28D-10D-5M
NF-CD-BOOK N Fond du Lac, ALL, CD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL CD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
NF-CDLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, CD, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL CD-LH 14D-10D-5M
NF-CD-ROM N Fond du Lac, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL CD-ROM 28D-10D-5M
NF-CDROMLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL CD-ROM-LH 28D-10D-5M
NF-DIGI N Fond du Lac, ALL, DIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
NF-DIGILH N Fond du Lac, ALL, DIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL DIGITAL-LH 28D-10D-5M
NF-DVD N Fond du Lac, ALL, DVD, 7D-50D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
NF-DVD-LH N Fond du Lac, ALL, DVD-LH, 7D-100D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
NF-ILLBOOK N Fond du Lac, ALL, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD NFONDDULAC ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
NF-JBOOK N Fond du Lac, ALL, JBOOK,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JBOOK 28D-5D-3M
NF-JBOOKLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JBOOK-LH,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
NF-JBOOKNH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JBOOK-NH,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JBOOK-NH 28D-5D-3M
NF-JCASS N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCASSETTE,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JCASSETTE 28D-5D-3M
NF-JCASSLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCASSETTE,28D-5D-3M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL JCASS-LH 28D-5D-3M
NF-JCD N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCD,14D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JCD 14D-10D-5M
NF-JCDBKLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCD-BOOKLH,28D-5D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL JCD-BOOKLH 28D-5D-3M
NF-JCDBOOK N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCD-BOOK,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JCD-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
NF-JCDLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCD,14D-5D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL JCD-LH 14D-5D-3M
NF-JCD-ROM N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCD-ROM,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JCD-ROM 28D-5D-3M
NFJCDROMLH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JCD-ROM,28D-5D-3M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL JCD-ROM-LH 28D-5D-3M
NF-JDIGI N Fond du Lac, ALL, JDIGITAL,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JDIGITAL 28D-5D-3M
NF-JDIGILH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JDIGITALLH,28D-5D-3M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL JDIGITALLH 28D-5D-3M
NF-JDVD N Fond du Lac, ALL, JDVD,7D-50D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
NF-JDVD-LH N Fond du Lac, ALL, JDVD-LH,7D-50D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
NF-JKIT N Fond du Lac, ALL,JKIT,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JKIT 28D-5D-3M
NF-JMAGAZI N Fond du Lac, ALL,JMAGAZINE,14D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-5D-3M
NF-JSPEC N Fond du Lac, ALL,JSPECIAL,28D-5D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL JSPECIAL 28D-5D-3M
NF-JVIDEO N Fond du Lac, ALL,JVIDEO,7D-50D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
NF-JVIDLH N Fond du Lac, ALL,JVIDEO,7D-50D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
NF-KIT N Fond du Lac, ALL,KIT, 7D-50D-3M NFONDDULAC ALL KIT 7D-50D-5M
NF-MAGAZIN N Fond du Lac, ALL,MAGAZINE,14D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL MAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
NF-MAG-LH N Fond du Lac, ALL,MAGAZINE-LH,14D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL MAG-LH 14D-10D-5M
NF-MICROF N Fond du Lac, ALL,MICROFORM,28D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL MICROFORM 28D-10D-5M
NF-NEWBOOK N Fond du Lac, ALL,NEW-BOOK,14D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
NF-PAMPHET N Fond du Lac, ALL,PAMPHLET,28D-10D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL PAMPHLET 28D-10D-5M
NF-REFBOOK N Fond du Lac, ALL,REF-BOOK,ILL-XD NFONDDULAC ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
NF-UI-LOST N Fond du Lac, ALL,UI-LOST,ILL-XD NFONDDULAC ALL UI-LOST ILL-XD
NF-UNKNOWN N Fond du Lac, ALL,UNKNOWN,ILL-XD NFONDDULAC ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
NF-VIDEO N Fond du Lac, ALL,VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M NFONDDULAC ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
NF-VIDLH N Fond du Lac, ALL,VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold NFONDDULAC ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
NFR-AV N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,AV, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT AV NONCIRC-Y
NFR-AV-EQ N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,AV-EQUIP, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT AV-EQUIP NONCIRC-Y
NFR-BOOK N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NFR-BOOKLH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,BOOK-LH, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-BOOKNH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,BOOK-NH, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT BOOK-NH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-CASS N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CASSETTE NONCIRC-Y
NFR-CASSLH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CASS-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-CD N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CD, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CD NONCIRC-Y
NFR-CD-BK N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CD-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NFR-CDBKLH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CD-Book, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-CDLH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CD, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CD-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-CDROM N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CD-ROM NONCIRC-Y
NFRCDROMLH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT CD-ROM-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-DIGI N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT DIGITAL NONCIRC-Y
NFR-DIGILH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL-LH, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT DIGITAL-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-DVD N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,DVD, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT DVD NONCIRC-Y
NFR-DVD-LH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,DVD-LH, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT DVD-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-ILL-BK N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,ILL-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT ILL-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NFR-MAG N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT MAGAZINE NONCIRC-Y
NFR-MAG-LH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE-LH, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT MAG-LH NONCIRC-Y
NFR-MICRO N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,MICROFORM, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT MICROFORM NONCIRC-Y
NFR-NEW-BK N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,NEW-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT NEW-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NFR-PAMPH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,PAMPHLET, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT PAMPHLET NONCIRC-Y
NFR-REF-BK N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
NFR-UILOST N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
NFR-UNKNOW N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,UNKNOWN, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT UNKNOWN NONCIRC-Y
NFR-VIDEO N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT VIDEO NONCIRC-Y
NFR-VIDLH N Fond du Lac,J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold NFONDDULAC J-RESTRICT VIDEO-LH NONCIRC-Y
OA-AV Oakfield, AV, ILL-XD OAKFIELD ALL AV ILL-XD
OA-AV-EQ Oakfield, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD OAKFIELD ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
OA-BOOK Oakfield, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
OA-BOOK-LH Oakfield, BOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-BOOK-NH Oakfield, BOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL BOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
OA-CASS Oakfield, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
OA-CASS-LH Oakfield, CASSETTE,-LH 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-CD Oakfield, CD, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
OA-CDBKLH Oakfield, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-CD-BOOK Oakfield, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
OA-CDLH Oakfield, CD-LH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-CD-ROM Oakfield, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
OA-CDROMLH Oakfield, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-DIGI Oakfield, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
OA-DIGILH Oakfield, DIGITALLH,-LH 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-DVD Oakfield, DVD, 7D-50D-5M OAKFIELD ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
OA-DVD-LH Oakfield, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
OA-E-READ Oakfield, Nook, LH, 21D-5.00D-100M OAKFIELD ALL E-READER 21D-500D
OA-ILLBOOK Oakfield, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD OAKFIELD ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
OA-JBOOK Oakfield, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
OA-JBOOKLH Oakfield, JBOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M,Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
OA-JBOOKNH Oakfield, JBOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M,No Hold OAKFIELD ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
OA-JCASS Oakfield, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
OA-JCASSLH Oakfield, JCASS-LH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-JCD Oakfield, JCD, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JCD 21D-10D-5M
OA-JCDBKLH Oakfield, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
OA-JCDBOOK Oakfield, JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
OA-JCDLH Oakfield, JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-JCD-ROM Oakfield, JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
OAJCDROMLH Oakfield, JCD-ROM-LH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
OA-JDIGI Oakfield, JDIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
OA-JDIGILH Oakfield, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
OA-JDVD Oakfield, JDVD, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
OA-JDVD-LH Oakfield, JDVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
OA-JKIT Oakfield, JKIT, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
OA-JMAGAZI Oakfield, JMAGAZINE, 7D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JMAGAZINE 7D-10D-5M
OA-JSPEC Oakfield, JSPECIAL, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
OA-JVIDEO Oakfield, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M OAKFIELD ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
OA-JVIDLH Oakfield, JVIDEO-LH, 7D-50D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
OA-KIT Oakfield, KIT, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL KIT 21D-10D-5M
OA-MAGAZIN Oakfield, MAGAZIN, 7D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL MAGAZINE 7D-10D-5M
OA-MAG-LH Oakfield, MAG-LH, 7D-10D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL MAG-LH 7D-10D-5M
OA-NEWBOOK Oakfield, NEW-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
OA-PAMPHET Oakfield, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M OAKFIELD ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
OA-REFBOOK Oakfield, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD OAKFIELD ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
OA-UNKNOWN Oakfield, UNKNOWN, 2H-5H OAKFIELD ALL UNKNOWN 2H-5H
OA-VIDEO Oakfield, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M OAKFIELD ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
OA-VIDLH Oakfield, VIDEO-LH, 7D-50D-5M, Local Hold OAKFIELD ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
OM-AV Omro, AV, 28D-10D-5M OMRO ALL AV 28D-10D-5M
OM-AV-EQ Omro, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD OMRO ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
OM-BOOK Omro, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M OMRO ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
OM-BOOK-LH Omro, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M OMRO ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
OM-BOOK-NH Omro, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M OMRO ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
OM-CASS Omro, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M OMRO ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
OM-CASSLH Omro, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
OM-CD Omro, CD, 21D-10D-5M OMRO ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
OM-CDBKLH Omro, CD-Book,21D-10D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
OM-CD-BOOK Omro, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M OMRO ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
OM-CDLH Omro, CD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
OM-CD-ROM Omro, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M OMRO ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
OM-CDROMLH Omro, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
OM-DIGI Omro, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M OMRO ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
OM-DIGILH Omro, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
OM-DVD Omro, DVD, 14D-50D-5M OMRO ALL DVD 14-50D-5M
OM-DVD-LH Omro, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M OMRO ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
OM-E-READ Omro, ALL, E-reader LH, 14D-$5.00D-$100Max OMRO ALL E-READER 14D-500D
OM-ILLBOOK Omro, ILL-BOOK,ILL-XD OMRO ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
OM-JBOOK Omro, JBOOK, 28D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JBOOK 28D-5D-3M
OM-JBOOKLH Omro, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
OM-JBOOKNH Omro, JBOOK-NH, 28D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JBOOK-NH 28D-5D-3M
OM-JCASS Omro, JCASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JCASSETTE 21D-5D-3M
OM-JCASSLH Omro, JCASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold OMRO ALL JCASS-LH 21D-5D-3M
OM-JCD Omro, JCD, 21D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JCD 21D-5D-3M
OM-JCDBKLH Omro, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold OMRO ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-5D-3M
OM-JCDBOOK Omro, JCD-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
OM-JCDLH Omro, JCD, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold OMRO ALL JCD-LH 21D-5D-3M
OM-JCD-ROM Omro, JCD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JCD-ROM 21D-5D-3M
OMJCDROMLH Omro, JCD-ROM, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold OMRO ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-5D-3M
OM-JDIGI Omro, JDIGITAL, 21D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JDIGITAL 21D-5D-3M
OM-JDIGILG Omro, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-5D-3M
OM-JDVD Omro, JDVD, 7D-50D-5M OMRO ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
OM-JDVD-LH Omro, JDVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M OMRO ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
OM-JKIT Omro, JKIT, 28D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JKIT 28D-5D-3M
OM-JMAGAZI Omro, JMAGAZINE, 7D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JMAGAZINE 7D-5D-3M
OM-JSPEC Omro, JSPECIAL, 28D-5D-3M OMRO ALL JSPECIAL 28D-5D-3M
OM-JVIDEO Omro, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M OMRO ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
OM-JVIDLH Omro, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
OM-KIT Omro, KIT, 28D-10D-5M OMRO ALL KIT 28D-10D-5M
OM-MAGAZIN Omro, MAGAZINE, 7D-10D-5M OMRO ALL MAGAZINE 7D-10D-5M
OM-MAG-LH Omro, MAGAZINE-LH, 7D-10D-5M OMRO ALL MAG-LH 7D-10D-5M
OM-MICROF Omro, MICROFORM, 28D-10D-5M OMRO ALL MICROFORM 28D-10D-5M
OM-NEWBOOK Omro, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M OMRO ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
OM-PAMPHET Omro, PAMPHLET, 28D-10D-5M OMRO ALL PAMPHLET 28D-10D-5M
OM-REFBOOK Omro, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD OMRO ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
OM-UI-LOST Omro, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y OMRO ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
OM-UNKNOWN Omro, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD OMRO ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
OM-VIDEO Omro, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M OMRO ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
OM-VIDLH Omro, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold OMRO ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
OS-AV Oshkosh, ALL, AV, Video Games 7D-10D-5M L1 OSHKOSH ALL AV 7D-10D-L2R
OS-AV-EQ Oshkosh, ALL, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD OSHKOSH ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
OS-BOOK Oshkosh, ALL, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
OS-BOOK-LH Oshkosh, ALL, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
OS-BOOK-NH Oshkosh, ALL, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M, LTD OSHKOSH ALL BOOK-NH 14D-LTD
OS-CASS Oshkosh, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL CASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
OS-CASSLH Oshkosh, ALL, CASSETTE, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL CASS-LH 14D-10D-5M
OS-CD Oshkosh, ALL, CD, 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL CD 28D-10D-5M
OS-CDBKLH Oshkosh, ALL, CD-Book, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL CD-BOOK-LH 28D-10D-5M
OS-CD-BOOK Oshkosh, ALL, CD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL CD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
OS-CDLH Oshkosh, ALL, CD, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL CD-LH 14D-10D-5M
OS-CD-ROM Oshkosh, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL CD-ROM 28D-10D-5M
OS-CDROMLH Oshkosh, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL CD-ROM-LH 28D-10D-5M
OS-DIGITAL Oshkosh, ALL, DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
OS-DIGI-LH Oshkosh, ALL, DIGITAL-LH, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL DIGITAL-LH 28D-10D-5M
OS-DVD Oshkosh, ALL, DVD, 7D-10D-L14 OSHKOSH ALL DVD 7D-10D-L14
OS-DVD-LH Oshkosh, ALL, DVD-LH, 7D-10D-L14 OSHKOSH ALL DVD-LH 7D-10D-L14
OS-DVD-NH Oshkosh, ALL, DVD-NH, 7D-10D-5M, Limit 1 OSHKOSH ALL DVD-NH 7D-10D-L1
OS-E-READ Oshkosh, LH, 21D-1.00D-30M OSHKOSH ALL E-READER 21D-100-30
OS-ILLBOOK Oshkosh, ALL, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD OSHKOSH ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
OS-JBOOK Oshkosh, ALL, JBOOK, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JBOOK 28D-5D-3M
OS-JBOOKLH Oshkosh, ALL, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
OS-JBOOKNH Oshkosh, ALL, JBOOK-NH, 14D-5D-3M, LTD OSHKOSH ALL JBOOK-NH 14D-LTDJ
OS-JCASS Oshkosh, ALL, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JCASSETTE 28D-5D-3M
OS-JCASSLH Oshkosh, ALL, JCASSETTE, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL JCASS-LH 14D-5D-3M
OS-JCD Oshkosh, ALL, JCD, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JCD 28D-5D-3M
OS-JCDBKLH Oshkosh, ALL, JCD-BOOKLH, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL JCD-BOOKLH 14D-5D-3M
OS-JCDBOOK Oshkosh, ALL, JCD-BOOK, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JCD-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
OS-JCDLH Oshkosh, ALL, JCD, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL JCD-LH 14D-5D-3M
OS-JCD-ROM Oshkosh, ALL, JCD-ROM, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JCD-ROM 28D-5D-3M
OSJCDROMLH Oshkosh, ALL, JCD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL JCD-ROM-LH 28D-5D-3M
OS-JDIGI Oshkosh, ALL, JDIGITAL, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JDIGITAL 28D-5D-3M
OS-JDIGILH Oshkosh, ALL, JDIGITALLH, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL JDIGITALLH 14D-5D-3M
OS-JDVD Oshkosh, ALL, JDVD, 7D-5D-3M Limit 14 OSHKOSH ALL JDVD 7D-5D-L14
OS-JDVD-LH Oshkosh, ALL, JDVD-LH, 7D-5D-3M Limit 14 OSHKOSH ALL JDVD-LH 7D-5D-L14
OS-JDVD-NH Oshkosh, ALL, JDVD-NH, 7D-5D-3M Limit 1 OSHKOSH ALL JDVD-NH 7D-5D-L1
OS-JKIT Oshkosh, ALL, JKIT, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JKIT 28D-5D-3M
OS-JMAGAZI Oshkosh, ALL, JMAGAZINE, 14D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-5D-3M
OS-JSPEC Oshkosh, ALL, JSPECIAL, 28D-5D-3M OSHKOSH ALL JSPECIAL 28D-5D-3M
OS-JVIDEO Oshkosh, ALL, Video Games, JVIDEO, 7D-10D-L2R OSHKOSH ALL JVIDEO 7D-10D-L2R
OS-JVIDLH Oshkosh, ALL, JVIDEO, 7D-5D-3M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-5D-3M
OS-KIT Oshkosh, ALL, KIT, 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL KIT 28D-10D-5M
OS-MAGAZIN Oshkosh, ALL, MAGAZINE, 14D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL MAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
OS-MAG-LH Oshkosh, ALL,MAGAZINE-LH, 14D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL MAG-LH 14D-10D-5M
OS-MICROF Oshkosh, ALL, MICROFORM, 28D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL MICROFORM 28D-10D-5M
OS-NEWBOOK Oshkosh, ALL, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M OSHKOSH ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
OS-PAMPHET Oshkosh, ALL, PAMPHLET, 28D-10D-2M OSHKOSH ALL PAMPHLET 28D-10D-2M
OS-REFBOOK Oshkosh, ALL, REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH ALL REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
OS-UI-LOST Oshkosh, ALL, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
OS-UNKNOWN Oshkosh, ALL, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD OSHKOSH ALL UNKNOWN 2H-5H
OS-VIDEO Oshkosh, ALL, Video Games, VIDEO, 7D-10D-L2R OSHKOSH ALL VIDEO 7D-10D-L2R
OS-VIDLH Oshkosh, ALL, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold OSHKOSH ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-10D-5M
OSR-AV Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT, AV, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT AV NONCIRC-Y
OSR-AV-EQ Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT, AV-EQUIP, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT AV-EQUIP NONCIRC-Y
OSR-BOOK Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT, BOOK, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT BOOK NONCIRC-Y
OSR-BOOKLH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT, BOOK-LH, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-BOOKNH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT, BOOK-NH, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT BOOK-NH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-CASS Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CASSETTE NONCIRC-Y
OSR-CASSLH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CASSETTE, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CASS-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-CD Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CD, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CD NONCIRC-Y
OSR-CD-BK Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CD-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
OSR-CDBKLH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CD-Book, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CD-BOOK-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-CDLH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CD, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CD-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-CDROM Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CD-ROM NONCIRC-Y
OSRCDROMLH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,CD-ROM, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT CD-ROM-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-DIGI Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT DIGITAL NONCIRC-Y
OSR-DIGILH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,DIGITAL-LH, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT DIGITAL-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-DVD Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,DVD, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT DVD NONCIRC-Y
OSR-DVD-LH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,DVD-LH, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT DVD-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-DVD-NH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,DVD-NH, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT DVD-NH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-ILL-BK Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,ILL-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT ILL-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
OSR-MAG Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT MAGAZINE NONCIRC-Y
OSR-MAG-LH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,MAGAZINE-LH, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT MAG-LH NONCIRC-Y
OSR-MICRO Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,MICROFORM, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT MICROFORM NONCIRC-Y
OSR-NEW-BK Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,NEW-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT NEW-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
OSR-PAMPH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,PAMPHLET, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT PAMPHLET NONCIRC-Y
OSR-REF-BK Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
OSR-UILOST Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
OSR-UNKNOW Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,UNKNOWN, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT UNKNOWN NONCIRC-Y
OSR-VIDEO Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT VIDEO NONCIRC-Y
OSR-VIDLH Oshkosh,J-RESTRICT,VIDEO, NONCIRC-Y Local Hold OSHKOSH J-RESTRICT VIDEO-LH NONCIRC-Y
OX-AV Oxford, AV, ILL-XD OXFORD ALL AV ILL-XD
OX-AV-EQ Oxford, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD OXFORD ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
OX-BOOK Oxford, BOOK, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL BOOK 21D-25D-5M
OX-BOOK-LH Oxford, BOOK-LH, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL BOOK-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-BOOK-NH Oxford, BOOK-NH, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL BOOK-NH 21D-25D-5M
OX-CASS Oxford, CASSETTE, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL CASSETTE 21D-25D-5M
OX-CASSLH Oxford, CASSETTE, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL CASS-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-CD Oxford, CD, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL CD 21D-25D-5M
OX-CDBKLH Oxford, CD-Book, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-CD-BOOK Oxford, CD-BOOK, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL CD-BOOK 21D-25D-5M
OX-CDLH Oxford, CD, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL CD-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-CD-ROM Oxford, CD-ROM, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL CD-ROM 21D-25D-5M
OX-CDROMLH Oxford, CD-ROM, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-DIGI Oxford, DIGITAL, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL DIGITAL 21D-25D-5M
OX-DIGILH Oxford, DIGITAL, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-DVD Oxford, DVD, 7D-25D-3M OXFORD ALL DVD 7D-25D-3M
OX-DVD-LH Oxford, DVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M OXFORD ALL DVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
OX-ILLBOOK Oxford, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD OXFORD ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
OX-JBOOK Oxford, JBOOK, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JBOOK 21D-25D-5M
OX-JBOOKLH Oxford, JBOOK-LH, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-25D-5M
OX-JBOOKNH Oxford, JBOOK-NH, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-25D-5M
OX-JCASS Oxford, JCASSETTE, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JCASSETTE 21D-25D-5M
OX-JCASSLH Oxford, JCASSETTE, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL JCASS-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-JCD Oxford, JCD, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JCD 21D-25D-5M
OX-JCDBKLH Oxford, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-25D-5M
OX-JCDBOOK Oxford, JCD-BOOK, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-25D-5M
OX-JCDLH Oxford, JCD, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL JCD-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-JCD-ROM Oxford, JCD-ROM, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JCD-ROM 21D-25D-5M
OXJCDROMLH Oxford, JCD-ROM, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-JDIGI Oxford, JDIGITAL, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JDIGITAL 21D-25D-5M
OX-JDIGILH Oxford, JDIGITAL, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold OXFORD ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-25D-5M
OX-JDVD Oxford, JDVD, 7D-25D-3M OXFORD ALL JDVD 7D-25D-3M
OX-JDVD-LH Oxford, JDVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M OXFORD ALL JDVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
OX-JKIT Oxford, JKIT, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JKIT 21D-25D-5M
OX-JMAGAZI Oxford, JMAGAZINE, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-25D-5M
OX-JSPEC Oxford, JSPECIAL, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL JSPECIAL 21D-25D-5M
OX-JVIDEO Oxford, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M OXFORD ALL JVIDEO 7D-25D-3M
OX-JVIDLH Oxford, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold OXFORD ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
OX-KIT Oxford, KIT, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL KIT 21D-25D-5M
OX-MAGAZIN Oxford, MAGAZINE, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL MAGAZINE 21D-25D-5M
OX-MAG-LH Oxford, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL MAG-LH 21D-25D-5M
OX-MICROF Oxford, MICROFORM, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL MICROFORM 21D-25D-5M
OX-NEWBOOK Oxford, NEW-BOOK, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-25D-5M
OX-PAMPHET Oxford, PAMPHLET, 21D-25D-5M OXFORD ALL PAMPHLET 21D-25D-5M
OX-REFBOOK Oxford, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD OXFORD ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
OX-UI-LOST Oxford, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y OXFORD ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
OX-UNKNOWN Oxford, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD OXFORD ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
OX-VIDEO Oxford, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M OXFORD ALL VIDEO 7D-25D-3M
OX-VIDLH Oxford, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M Local Hold OXFORD ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
PA-AV Packwaukee, AV, ILL-XD PACKWAUKEE ALL AV ILL-XD
PA-AV-EQ Packwaukee, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD PACKWAUKEE ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
PA-BOOK Packwaukee, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
PA-BOOK-LH Packwaukee, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
PA-BOOK-NH Packwaukee, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
PA-CASS Packwaukee, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
PA-CASSLH Packwaukee, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
PA-CD Packwaukee, CD, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
PA-CDBKLH Packwaukee, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
PA-CD-BOOK Packwaukee, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
PA-CDLH Packwaukee, CD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
PA-CD-ROM Packwaukee, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
PA-CDROMLH Packwaukee, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
PA-DIGI Packwaukee, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
PA-DIGILH Packwaukee, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
PA-DVD Packwaukee, DVD, 7D-50D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
PA-DVD-LH Packwaukee, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
PA-ILLBOOK Packwaukee, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD PACKWAUKEE ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
PA-JBOOK Packwaukee, JBOOK, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JBOOK 21D-5D-3M
PA-JBOOKLH Packwaukee, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M PACKWAUKEE ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
PA-JBOOKNH Packwaukee, JBOOK-NH, 21D-5D-3M PACKWAUKEE ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-5D-3M
PA-JCASS Packwaukee, JCASSETTE, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JCASSETTE 21D-5D-3M
PA-JCASSLH Packwaukee, JCASSETTE, 21D-5D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL JCASS-LH 21D-5D-3M
PA-JCD Packwaukee, JCD, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JCD 21D-5D-3M
PA-JCDBKLH Packwaukee, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-5D-3M
PA-JCDBOOK Packwaukee, JCD-BOOK, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
PA-JCDLH Packwaukee, JCD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL JCD-LH 21D-5D-3M
PA-JCD-ROM Packwaukee, JCD-ROM, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JCD-ROM 21D-5D-3M
PAJCDROMLH Packwaukee, JCD-ROM, 21D-5D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-5D-3M
PA-JDIGI Packwaukee, JDIGITAL, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JDIGITAL 21D-5D-3M
PA-JDIGILH Packwaukee, JDIGITALLH, 21D-5D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-5D-3M
PA-JDVD Packwaukee, JDVD, 7D-50D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
PA-JDVD-LH Packwaukee, JDVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
PA-JKIT Packwaukee, JKIT, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JKIT 21D-5D-3M
PA-JMAGAZI Packwaukee, JMAGAZINE, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-5D-3M
PA-JSPEC Packwaukee, JSPECIAL, 21D-5D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JSPECIAL 21D-5D-3M
PA-JVIDEO Packwaukee, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
PA-JVIDLH Packwaukee, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
PA-KIT Packwaukee, KIT, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL KIT 21D-10D-5M
PA-MAGAZIN Packwaukee, MAGAZINE, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL MAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
PA-MAG-LH Packwaukee, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL MAG-LH 21D-10D-5M
PA-MICROF Packwaukee, MICROFORM, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
PA-NEWBOOK Packwaukee, NEW-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
PA-PAMPHET Packwaukee, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
PA-REFBOOK Packwaukee, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD PACKWAUKEE ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
PA-UI-LOST Packwaukee, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y PACKWAUKEE ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
PA-UNKNOWN Packwaukee, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD PACKWAUKEE ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
PA-VIDEO Packwaukee, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M PACKWAUKEE ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
PA-VIDLH Packwaukee, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold PACKWAUKEE ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
PI-AV Pine River, AV, 14D-NF PINERIVER ALL AV 14D-NF
PI-AV-EQ Pine River, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD PINERIVER ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
PI-BOOK Pine River, BOOK, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL BOOK 21D-NF
PI-BOOK-LH Pine River, BOOK-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL BOOK-LH 21D-NF
PI-BOOK-NH Pine River, BOOK-NH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL BOOK-NH 21D-NF
PI-CASS Pine River, CASSETTE, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CASSETTE 21D-NF
PI-CASSLH Pine River, CASSETTE-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CASS-LH 21D-NF
PI-CD Pine River, CD, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CD 21D-NF
PI-CDBKLH Pine River, CD-BOOK-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-NF
PI-CD-BOOK Pine River, CD-BOOK, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CD-BOOK 21D-NF
PI-CDLH Pine River, CD-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CD-LH 21D-NF
PI-CD-ROM Pine River, CD-ROM, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CD-ROM 21D-NF
PI-CDROMLH Pine River, CD-ROM-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-NF
PI-DIGI Pine River, DIGITAL, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL DIGITAL 21D-NF
PI-DIGILH Pine River, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-NF, Local Hold PINERIVER ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-NF
PI-DVD Pine River, DVD, 7D-NF PINERIVER ALL DVD 7D-NF
PI-DVD-LH Pine River, DVD-LH, 7D-NF PINERIVER ALL DVD-LH 7D-NF
PI-ILLBOOK Pine River, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD PINERIVER ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
PI-JBOOK Pine River, JBOOK, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JBOOK 21D-NF
PI-JBOOKLH Pine River, JBOOK-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-NF
PI-JBOOKNH Pine River, JBOOK-NH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-NF
PI-JCASS Pine River, JCASSETTE, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCASSETTE 21D-NF
PI-JCASSLH Pine River, unused,21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCASS-LH 21D-NF
PI-JCD Pine River, JCD, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCD 21D-NF
PI-JCDBKLH Pine River, JCD-BOOK-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-NF
PI-JCDBOOK Pine River, JCD-BOOK, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-NF
PI-JCDLH Pine River, JCD-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCD-LH 21D-NF
PI-JCD-ROM Pine River, JCD-ROM, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCD-ROM 21D-NF
PIJCDROMLH Pine River, JCD-ROM-LH, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-NF
PI-JDIGI Pine River, JDIGITAL, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JDIGITAL 21D-NF
PI-JDIGILH Pine River, JDIGITAL,21D-NF, Local Hold PINERIVER ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-NF
PI-JDVD Pine River, JDVD, 7D-NF PINERIVER ALL JDVD 7D-NF
PI-JDVD-LH Pine River, JDVD-LH, 7D-NF PINERIVER ALL JDVD-LH 7D-NF
PI-JKIT Pine River, JKIT, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JKIT 21D-NF
PI-JMAGAZI Pine River, JMAGAZINE, 14D-NF PINERIVER ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-NF
PI-JSPEC Pine River, JSPECIAL, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL JSPECIAL 21D-NF
PI-JVIDEO Pine River, JVIDEO, 7D-NF PINERIVER ALL JVIDEO 7D-NF
PI-JVIDLH Pine River, JVIDEO-LH, 7D-NF PINERIVER ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-NF
PI-KIT Pine River, KIT, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL KIT 21D-NF
PI-MAGAZIN Pine River, MAGAZINE,14D-NF PINERIVER ALL MAGAZINE 14D-NF
PI-MAG-LH Pine River, MAGAZINE-LH,14D-NF PINERIVER ALL MAG-LH 14D-NF
PI-MICROF Pine River, MICROFORM,21D-NF PINERIVER ALL MICROFORM 21D-NF
PI-NEWBOOK Pine River, NEW-BOOK,21D-NF PINERIVER ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-NF
PI-PAMPHET Pine River, PAMPHLET,21D-NF PINERIVER ALL PAMPHLET 21D-NF
PI-REFBOOK Pine River, REF-BOOK,NONCIRC-Y PINERIVER ALL REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
PI-UI-LOST Pine River, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y PINERIVER ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
PI-UNKNOWN Pine River,UNKNOWN, 21D-NF PINERIVER ALL UNKNOWN 21D-NF
PI-VIDEO Pine River, VIDEO,7D-NF PINERIVER ALL VIDEO 7D-NF
PI-VIDLH Pine River, VIDEO, 7D-NF PINERIVER ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-NF
PL-AV Plainfield, AV, ILL-XD PLAINFIELD ALL AV ILL-XD
PL-AV-EQ Plainfield, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD PLAINFIELD ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
PL-BOOK Plainfield, BOOK, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL BOOK 14D-NF
PL-BOOK-LH Plainfield, BOOK-LH, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL BOOK-LH 14D-NF
PL-BOOK-NH Plainfield, BOOK-NH, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL BOOK-NH 14D-NF
PL-CASS Plainfield, CASSETTE, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL CASSETTE 14D-NF
PL-CASSLH Plainfield, CASSETTE, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL CASS-LH 14D-NF
PL-CD Plainfield, CD, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL CD 14D-NF
PL-CDBKLH Plainfield, CD-Book, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL CD-BOOK-LH 14D-NF
PL-CD-BOOK Plainfield, CD-BOOK, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL CD-BOOK 14D-NF
PL-CDLH Plainfield, CD, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL CD-LH 14D-NF
PL-CD-ROM Plainfield, CD-ROM, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL CD-ROM 14D-NF
PL-CDROMLH Plainfield, CD-ROM, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL CD-ROM-LH 14D-NF
PL-DIGI Plainfield, DIGITAL, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL DIGITAL 14D-NF
PL-DIGILH Plainfield,DIGITAL, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL DIGITAL-LH 14D-NF
PL-DVD Plainfield, DVD, 7D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL DVD 7D-NF
PL-DVD-LH Plainfield, DVD-LH, 7D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL DVD-LH 7D-NF
PL-ILLBOOK Plainfield, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD PLAINFIELD ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
PL-JBOOK Plainfield, JBOOK, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JBOOK 14D-NF
PL-JBOOKLH Plainfield, JBOOK-LH, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-NF
PL-JBOOKNH Plainfield, JBOOK-NH, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JBOOK-NH 14D-NF
PL-JCASS Plainfield, JCASSETTE, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JCASSETTE 14D-NF
PL-JCASSLH Plainfield, JCASSETTE, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL JCASS-LH 14D-NF
PL-JCD Plainfield, JCD, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JCD 14D-NF
PL-JCDBKLH Plainfield, JCD-BOOKLH, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL JCD-BOOKLH 14D-NF
PL-JCDBOOK Plainfield, JCD-BOOK, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JCD-BOOK 14D-NF
PL-JCDLH Plainfield, JCD, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL JCD-LH 14D-NF
PL-JCD-ROM Plainfield, JCD-ROM, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JCD-ROM 14D-NF
PLJCDROMLH Plainfield, JCD-ROM, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL JCD-ROM-LH 14D-NF
PL-JDIGI Plainfield, JDIGITAL, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JDIGITAL 14D-NF
PL-JDIGILH Plainfield, JDIGITALLH, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL JDIGITALLH 14D-NF
PL-JDVD Plainfield, JDVD, 7D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JDVD 7D-NF
PL-JDVD-LH Plainfield, JDVD-LH, 7D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JDVD-LH 7D-NF
PL-JKIT Plainfield, JKIT, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JKIT 14D-NF
PL-JMAGAZI Plainfield, JMAGAZINE, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-NF
PL-JSPEC Plainfield, JSPECIAL, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JSPECIAL 14D-NF
PL-JVIDEO Plainfield, JVIDEO,7D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL JVIDEO 7D-NF
PL-JVIDLH Plainfield, JVIDEO,7D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-NF
PL-KIT Plainfield, KIT, 14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL KIT 14D-NF
PL-MAGAZIN Plainfield, MAGAZINE,14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL MAGAZINE 14D-NF
PL-MAG-LH Plainfield, MAGAZINE-LH,14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL MAG-LH 14D-NF
PL-MICROF Plainfield, MICROFORM,14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL MICROFORM 14D-NF
PL-NEWBOOK Plainfield, NEW-BOOK,14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-NF
PL-PAMPHET Plainfield, PAMPHLET,14D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL PAMPHLET 14D-NF
PL-REFBOOK Plainfield, REF-BOOK,ILL-XD PLAINFIELD ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
PL-UI-LOST Plainfield, UI-LOST,NONCIRC-Y PLAINFIELD ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
PL-UNKNOWN Plainfield, UNKNOWN,ILL-XD PLAINFIELD ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
PL-VIDEO Plainfield, VIDEO, 7D-NF PLAINFIELD ALL VIDEO 7D-NF
PL-VIDLH Plainfield, VIDEO-LH, 14D-NF Local Hold PLAINFIELD ALL VIDEO-LH 14D-NF
PO-AV Poy Sippi, AV, ILL-XD POYSIPPI ALL AV ILL-XD
PO-AV-EQ Poy Sippi, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD POYSIPPI ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
PO-BOOK Poy Sippi, BOOK, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL BOOK 21D-NF
PO-BOOK-LH Poy Sippi, BOOK-LH, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL BOOK-LH 21D-NF
PO-BOOK-NH Poy Sippi, BOOK-NH, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL BOOK-NH 21D-NF
PO-CASS Poy Sippi, CASSETTE, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL CASSETTE 21D-NF
PO-CASSLH Poy Sippi, CASSETTE, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL CASS-LH 21D-NF
PO-CD Poy Sippi, CD, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL CD 21D-NF
PO-CDBKLH Poy Sippi, CD-Book, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-NF
PO-CD-BOOK Poy Sippi, CD-BOOK, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL CD-BOOK 21D-NF
PO-CDLH Poy Sippi, CD, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL CD-LH 21D-NF
PO-CD-ROM Poy Sippi, CD-ROM, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL CD-ROM 21D-NF
PO-CDROMLH Poy Sippi, CD-ROM, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-NF
PO-DIGI Poy Sippi, DIGITAL, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL DIGITAL 21D-NF
PO-DIGILH Poy Sippi, DIGITAL, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-NF
PO-DVD Poy Sippi, DVD, 7D-NF POYSIPPI ALL DVD 7D-NF
PO-DVD-LH Poy Sippi, DVD-LH, 7D-NF POYSIPPI ALL DVD-LH 7D-NF
PO-DVD-NH Poy Sippi, DVD-NH, 7D-NF POYSIPPI ALL DVD-NH 7D-NF
PO-ILLBOOK Poy Sippi, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD POYSIPPI ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
PO-JBOOK Poy Sippi, JBOOK, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JBOOK 21D-NF
PO-JBOOKLH Poy Sippi, JBOOK-LH, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-NF
PO-JBOOKNH Poy Sippi, JBOOK-NH, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-NF
PO-JCASS Poy Sippi, JCASSETTE, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JCASSETTE 21D-NF
PO-JCASSLH Poy Sippi, JCASSETTE, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL JCASS-LH 21D-NF
PO-JCD Poy Sippi, JCD, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JCD 21D-NF
PO-JCDBKLH Poy Sippi, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-NF
PO-JCDBOOK Poy Sippi, JCD-BOOK, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-NF
PO-JCDLH Poy Sippi, JCD, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL JCD-LH 21D-NF
PO-JCD-ROM Poy Sippi, JCD-ROM, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JCD-ROM 21D-NF
POJCDROMLH Poy Sippi, JCD-ROM, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-NF
PO-JDIGI Poy Sippi, JDIGITAL, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JDIGITAL 21D-NF
PO-JDIGILH Poy Sippi, JDIGITALLH, 21D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-NF
PO-JDVD Poy Sippi, JDVD, 7D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JDVD 7D-NF
PO-JDVD-LH Poy Sippi, JDVD-LH, 7D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JDVD-LH 7D-NF
PO-JKIT Poy Sippi, JKIT,21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JKIT 21D-NF
PO-JMAGAZI Poy Sippi, JMAGAZINE, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-NF
PO-JSPEC Poy Sippi, JSPECIAL, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JSPECIAL 21D-NF
PO-JVIDEO Poy Sippi, JVIDEO, 7D-NF POYSIPPI ALL JVIDEO 7D-NF
PO-JVIDLH Poy Sippi, JVIDEO, 7D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-NF
PO-JKIT Poy Sippi, KIT, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL KIT 21D-NF
PO-MAGAZIN Poy Sippi, MAGAZINE, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL MAGAZINE 21D-NF
PO-MAG-LH Poy Sippi, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL MAG-LH 21D-NF
PO-MICROF Poy Sippi, MICROFORM, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL MICROFORM 21D-NF
PO-NEWBOOK Poy Sippi, NEW-BOOK, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-NF
PO-PAMPHET Poy Sippi, PAMPHLET, 21D-NF POYSIPPI ALL PAMPHLET 21D-NF
PO-REFBOOK Poy Sippi, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD POYSIPPI ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
PO-UI-LOST Poy Sippi, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y POYSIPPI ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
PO-UNKNOWN Poy Sippi,UNKNOWN, ILL-XD POYSIPPI ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
PO-VIDEO Poy Sippi,VIDEO, 7D-NF POYSIPPI ALL VIDEO 7D-NF
PO-VIDLH Poy Sippi,VIDEO, 7D-NF Local Hold POYSIPPI ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-NF
PR-AV Princeton, AV, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL AV 21D-5D-3M
PR-AV-EQ Princeton, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD PRINCETON ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
PR-BOOK Princeton, BOOK, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL BOOK 21D-5D-3M
PR-BOOK-LH Princeton, BOOK-LH, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL BOOK-LH 21D-5D-3M
PR-BOOK-NH Princeton, BOOK-NH, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL BOOK-NH 21D-5D-3M
PR-CASS Princeton, CASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL CASSETTE 21D-5D-3M
PR-CASSLH Princeton, CASSETTE, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL CASS-LH 21D-5D-3M
PR-CD Princeton, CD, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL CD 21D-5D-3M
PR-CDBKLH Princeton, CD-Book, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-5D-3M
PR-CD-BOOK Princeton, CD-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL CD-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
PR-CDLH Princeton, CD, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL CD-LH 21D-5D-3M
PR-CD-ROM Princeton, CD-ROM, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL CD-ROM 7D-50D-5M
PR-CDROMLH Princeton, CD-ROM, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL CD-ROM-LH 7D-50D-5M
PR-DIGI Princeton, DIGITAL, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL DIGITAL 21D-5D-3M
PR-DIGILH Princeton, DIGITAL-lh, 21D-5D-3M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-5D-3M
PR-DVD Princeton, DVD, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
PR-DVD-LH Princeton, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
PR-ILLBOOK Princeton, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD PRINCETON ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
PR-JBOOK Princeton, JBOOK, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JBOOK 21D-1D-3M
PR-JBOOKLH Princeton, JBOOK-LH, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-1D-3M
PR-JBOOKNH Princeton, JBOOK-NH, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-1D-3M
PR-JCASS Princeton, JCASSETTE, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JCASSETTE 21D-1D-3M
PR-JCASSLH Princeton, JCASSETTE, 21D-1D-3M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL JCASS-LH 21D-1D-3M
PR-JCD Princeton, JCD, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JCD 21D-1D-3M
PR-JCDBKLH Princeton, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-1D-5M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-1D-3M
PR-JCDBOOK Princeton, JCD-BOOK, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-1D-3M
PR-JCDLH Princeton, JCD, 21D-1D-5M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL JCD-LH 21D-1D-3M
PR-JCD-ROM Princeton, JCD-ROM, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL JCD-ROM 7D-50D-5M
PRJCDROMLH Princeton, JCD-ROM,7D-50D-5M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL JCD-ROM-LH 7D-50D-5M
PR-JDIGI Princeton, JDIGITAL, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JDIGITAL 21D-1D-3M
PR-JDIGILH Princeton, JDIGITALLH, 21D-1D-3M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-1D-3M
PR-JDVD Princeton, JDVD, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
PR-JDVD-LH Princeton, JDVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
PR-JKIT Princeton, JKIT, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JKIT 21D-1D-3M
PR-JMAGAZI Princeton, JMAGAZINE, 7D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL JMAGAZINE 7D-5D-3M
PR-JSPEC Princeton, JSPECIAL, 21D-1D-3M PRINCETON ALL JSPECIAL 21D-1D-3M
PR-JVIDEO Princeton, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
PR-JVIDLH Princeton, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
PR-KIT Princeton, KIT, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL KIT 21D-5D-3M
PR-MAGAZIN Princeton, MAGAZINE, 7D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL MAGAZINE 7D-5D-3M
PR-MAG-LH Princeton, MAGAZINE-LH, 7D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL MAG-LH 7D-5D-3M
PR-MICROF Princeton, MICROFORM, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL MICROFORM 21D-5D-3M
PR-NEWBOOK Princeton, NEW-BOOK, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-5D-3M
PR-PAMPHET Princeton, PAMPHLET, 21D-5D-3M PRINCETON ALL PAMPHLET 21D-5D-3M
PR-REFBOOK Princeton, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD PRINCETON ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
PR-UI-LOST Princeton, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y PRINCETON ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
PR-UNKNOWN Princeton, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD PRINCETON ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
PR-VIDEO Princeton, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M PRINCETON ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
PR-VIDLH Princeton, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold PRINCETON ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
RE-AV Redgranite, AV, ILL-XD REDGRANITE ALL AV ILL-XD
RE-AV-EQ Redgranite, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD REDGRANITE ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
RE-BOOK Redgranite, BOOK, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL BOOK 14D-10D-5M
RE-BOOK-LH Redgranite, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-BOOK-NH Redgranite, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
RE-CASS Redgranite, CASSETTE, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL CASSETTE 14D-10D-5M
RE-CASSLH Redgranite, CASSETTE, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL CASS-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-CD Redgranite, CD, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL CD 14D-10D-5M
RE-CDBKLH Redgranite, CD-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL CD-BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-CD-BOOK Redgranite, CD-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL CD-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
RE-CDLH Redgranite, CD, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL CD-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-CD-ROM Redgranite, CD-ROM, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL CD-ROM 14D-10D-5M
RE-CDROMLH Redgranite, CD-ROM, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL CD-ROM-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-DIGI Redgranite, DIGITAL, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL DIGITAL 14D-10D-5M
RE-DIGILH Redgranite, DIGITAL-LH, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL DIGITAL-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-DVD Redgranite, DVD, 7D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL DVD 7D-10D-5M
RE-DVD-LH Redgranite, DVD-LH, 7D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL DVD-LH 7D-10D-5M
RE-ILLBOOK Redgranite, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD REDGRANITE ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
RE-JBOOK Redgranite, JBOOK, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JBOOK 14D-10D-5M
RE-JBOOKLH Redgranite, JBOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
RE-JBOOKNH Redgranite, JBOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JBOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
RE-JCASS Redgranite, JCASSETTE, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JCASSETTE 14D-10D-5M
RE-JCASSLH Redgranite, JCASSETTE, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL JCASS-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-JCD Redgranite, JCD, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JCD 14D-10D-5M
RE-JCDBKLH Redgranite, JCD-BOOKLH, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL JCD-BOOKLH 14D-10D-5M
RE-JCDBOOK Redgranite, JCD-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JCD-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
RE-JCDLH Redgranite, JCD, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL JCD-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-JCD-ROM Redgranite, JCD-ROM, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JCD-ROM 14D-10D-5M
REJCDROMLH Redgranite, JCD-ROM, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL JCD-ROM-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-JDIGI Redgranite, JDIGITAL, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JDIGITAL 14D-10D-5M
RE-JDIGILH Redgranite, JDIGITALLH, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL JDIGITALLH 14D-10D-5M
RE-JDVD Redgranite, JDVD, 7D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JDVD 7D-10D-5M
RE-JDVD-LH Redgranite, JDVD-LH, 7D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JDVD-LH 7D-10D-5M
RE-JKIT Redgranite, JKIT, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JKIT 14D-10D-5M
RE-JMAGAZI Redgranite, JMAGAZINE, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
RE-JSPEC Redgranite, JSPECIAL, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JSPECIAL 14D-10D-5M
RE-JVIDEO Redgranite, JVIDEO, 7D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL JVIDEO 7D-10D-5M
RE-JVIDLH Redgranite, JVIDEO, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-10D-5M
RE-KIT Redgranite, KIT, 14D-10D-3M REDGRANITE ALL KIT 14D-10D-5M
RE-MAGAZIN Redgranite, MAGAZINE, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL MAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
RE-MAG-LH Redgranite, MAGAZINE-LH, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL MAG-LH 14D-10D-5M
RE-MICROF Redgranite, MICROFORM, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL MICROFORM 14D-10D-5M
RE-NEWBOOK Redgranite, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
RE-PAMPHET Redgranite, PAMPHLET, 14D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL PAMPHLET 14D-10D-5M
RE-REFBOOK Redgranite, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD REDGRANITE ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
RE-UI-LOST Redgranite, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y REDGRANITE ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
RE-UNKNOWN Redgranite, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD REDGRANITE ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
RE-VIDEO Redgranite, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M REDGRANITE ALL VIDEO 7D-10D-5M
RE-VIDLH Redgranite, VIDEO, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold REDGRANITE ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-10D-5M
RI-AV Ripon, ALL, 14D-5D-5M, Watt Meter RIPON ALL AV 14D-50D-5M
RI-AV-EQ Ripon, ALL, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD RIPON ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
RI-BOOK Ripon, ALL, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
RI-BOOK-LH Ripon, ALL, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M RIPON ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
RI-BOOK-NH Ripon, ALL, BOOK-NH,14D-10D-5M RIPON ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
RI-CASS Ripon, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL CASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
RI-CASSLH Ripon, ALL, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold RIPON ALL CASS-LH 28D-10D-5M
RI-CD Ripon, ALL, CD, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL CD 28D-10D-5M
RI-CDBKLH Ripon, ALL, CD-Book, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold RIPON ALL CD-BOOK-LH 28D-10D-5M
RI-CD-BOOK Ripon, ALL, CD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL CD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
RI-CDLH Ripon, ALL, CD, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold RIPON ALL CD-LH 28D-10D-5M
RI-CD-ROM Ripon, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL CD-ROM 28D-10D-5M
RI-CDROMLH Ripon, ALL, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold RIPON ALL CD-ROM-LH 28D-10D-5M
RI-DIGI Ripon, ALL, DIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
RI-DIGI-LH Ripon, ALL, DIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold RIPON ALL DIGITAL-LH 28D-10D-5M
RI-DVD Ripon, ALL, DVD, 7D-50D-5M RIPON ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
RI-DVD-LH Ripon, ALL, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M RIPON ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
RI-DVD-NH Ripon, ALL, DVD-NH, 7D-50D-5M Limit 7 RIPON ALL DVD-NH 7D-50D-L7
RI-E-READ Ripon, ALL, E-reader LH, 14D-$5.00D-$100Max RIPON ALL E-READER 14D-500D
RI-ILLBOOK Ripon, ALL, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD RIPON ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
RI-JBOOK Ripon, ALL, JBOOK, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JBOOK 28D-5D-3M
RI-JBOOKLH Ripon, ALL, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
RI-JBOOKNH Ripon, ALL, JBOOK-NH, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JBOOK-NH 28D-5D-3M
RI-JCASS Ripon, ALL, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JCASSETTE 28D-5D-3M
RI-JCASSLH Ripon, ALL, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold RIPON ALL JCASS-LH 28D-5D-3M
RI-JCD Ripon, ALL, JCD, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JCD 28D-5D-3M
RI-JCDBKLH Ripon, ALL, JCD-BOOKLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold RIPON ALL JCD-BOOKLH 28D-5D-3M
RI-JCDBOOK Ripon, ALL, JCD-BOOK, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JCD-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
RI-JCDLH Ripon, ALL, JCD, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold RIPON ALL JCD-LH 28D-5D-3M
RI-JCD-ROM Ripon, ALL, JCD-ROM, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JCD-ROM 28D-5D-3M
RIJCDROMLH Ripon, ALL, JCD-ROM, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold RIPON ALL JCD-ROM-LH 28D-5D-3M
RI-JDIGILH Ripon, ALL, JDIGITALLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold RIPON ALL JDIGITALLH 28D-5D-3M
RI-JDIGI Ripon, ALL, JDIGITAL, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JDIGITAL 28D-5D-3M
RI-JDVD Ripon, ALL, JDVD, 7D-50D-5M RIPON ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
RI-JDVD-LH Ripon, ALL, JDVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M RIPON ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
RI-JDVD-NH Ripon, ALL, JDVD-NH, 7D-50D-5M Limit 7 RIPON ALL JDVD-NH 7D-50D-L7
RI-JKIT Ripon, ALL, JKIT, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JKIT 28D-5D-3M
RI-JMAGAZI Ripon, ALL, JMAGAZINE, 14D-5D-3M RIPON ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-5D-3M
RI-JSPEC Ripon, ALL, JSPECIAL, 14D-50D-5M RIPON ALL JSPECIAL 14D-50D-5M
RI-JVIDEO Ripon, ALL, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M RIPON ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
RI-JVIDLH Ripon, ALL, JVIDEO, 14D-100D-30 Local Hold RIPON ALL JVIDEO-LH 14D-100-30
RI-KIT Ripon, ALL, KIT, 28D-5D-3M RIPON ALL KIT 28D-10D-5M
RI-LONG-NH Ripon, ALL, LONG-NH, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL LONG-NH 28-10-5M
RI-MAGAZIN Ripon, ALL, MAGAZINE, 14D-10D-5M RIPON ALL MAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
RI-MAG-LH Ripon, ALL, MAGAZINE-LH, 14D-10D-5M RIPON ALL MAG-LH 14D-10D-5M
RI-MICROF Ripon, ALL, MICROFORM, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL MICROFORM 14D-10D-5M
RI-NEWBOOK Ripon, ALL, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M RIPON ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
RI-PAMPHET Ripon, ALL, PAMPHLET, 28D-10D-5M RIPON ALL PAMPHLET 14D-10D-5M
RI-REFBOOK Ripon, ALL, REF-BOOK, NONCIRC-Y RIPON ALL REF-BOOK NONCIRC-Y
RI-UI-LOST Ripon, ALL, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y RIPON ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
RI-UNKNOWN Ripon, ALL, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD RIPON ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
RI-VIDEO Ripon, ALL, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M RIPON ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
RI-VIDLH Ripon, ALL, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold RIPON ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
RIR-DVD Ripon, J-RESTRICT, DVD, NONCIRC-N RIPON J-RESTRICT DVD NONCIRC-N
RIR-DVD-LH Ripon, J-RESTRICT, DVD-LH, NONCIRC-N RIPON J-RESTRICT DVD-LH NONCIRC-N
RIR-VIDEO Ripon, J-RESTRICT, VIDEO, NONCIRC-N RIPON J-RESTRICT VIDEO NONCIRC-N
RIR-VIDLH Ripon, J-RESTRICT, VIDEO, NONCIRC-N RIPON J-RESTRICT VIDEO-LH NONCIRC-N
WA-AV Wautoma, AV, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL AV 21D-10D-5M
WA-AV-EQ Wautoma, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD WAUTOMA ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
WA-BOOK Wautoma, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WA-BOOKLH Wautoma, BOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-BOOKNH Wautoma, BOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL BOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
WA-CASS Wautoma, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
WA-CASSLH Wautoma, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-CD Wautoma, CD, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL CD 21D-10D-5M
WA-CDBKLH Wautoma, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-CD-BOOK Wautoma, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WA-CDLH Wautoma, CD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL CD-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-CD-ROM Wautoma, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
WA-CDROMLH Wautoma, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-DIGI Wautoma, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
WA-DIGILH Wautoma, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-DVD Wautoma, DVD, 7D-25D-3M WAUTOMA ALL DVD 7D-25D-3M
WA-DVD-LH Wautoma, DVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M WAUTOMA ALL DVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
WA-E-READ Wautoma, E-reader LH, 14D-$5.00D-$100M WAUTOMA ALL E-READER 14D-500D
WA-ILLBOOK Wautoma, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD WAUTOMA ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
WA-JBOOK Wautoma, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
WA-JBOOKLH Wautoma, JBOOK-LH, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WA-JBOOKNH Wautoma, JBOOK-NH, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-10D-5M
WA-JCASS Wautoma, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
WA-JCASSLH Wautoma, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-JCD Wautoma, JCD, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JCD 21D-10D-5M
WA-JCDBKLH Wautoma, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
WA-JCDBOOK Wautoma, JCD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WA-JCDLH Wautoma, JCD, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL JCD-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-JCD-ROM Wautoma, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
WAJCDROMLH Wautoma, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-JDIGI Wautoma, JDIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
WA-JDIGILH Wautoma, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
WA-JDVD Wautoma, JDVD, 7D-25D-3M WAUTOMA ALL JDVD 7D-25D-3M
WA-JDVD-LH Wautoma, JDVD-LH, 7D-25D-3M WAUTOMA ALL JDVD-LH 7D-25D-3M
WA-JKIT Wautoma, JKIT, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
WA-JMAGAZI Wautoma, JMAGAZINE, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
WA-JSPEC Wautoma, JSPECIAL, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
WA-JVIDEO Wautoma, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-3M WAUTOMA ALL JVIDEO 7D-25D-3M
WA-JVIDLH Wautoma, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-5M Local Hold WAUTOMA ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
WA-KIT Wautoma, KIT, 7D-50D-5M WAUTOMA ALL KIT 7D-50D-5M
WA-MAGAZIN Wautoma, MAGAZINE, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL MAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
WA-MAG-LH Wautoma, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL MAG-LH 21D-10D-5M
WA-MICROF Wautoma, MICROFORM, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
WA-NEWBOOK Wautoma, NEW-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WA-PAMPHET Wautoma, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M WAUTOMA ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
WA-REFBOOK Wautoma, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD WAUTOMA ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
WA-UI-LOST Wautoma, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y WAUTOMA ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
WA-UNKNOWN Wautoma, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD WAUTOMA ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
WA-VIDEO Wautoma, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M WAUTOMA ALL VIDEO 7D-25D-3M
WA-VIDLH Wautoma, VIDEO, 7D-25D-3M WAUTOMA ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-25D-3M
WE-AV Westfield, AV, ILL-XD WESTFIELD ALL AV ILL-XD
WE-AV-EQ Westfield, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD WESTFIELD ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
WE-BOOK Westfield, BOOK, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WE-BOOK-LH Westfield, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
WE-BOOK-NH Westfield, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
WE-CASS Westfield, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL CASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
WE-CASSLH Westfield, CASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M-Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL CASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
WE-CD Westfield, CD, 21D-25D-5M WESTFIELD ALL CD 21D-25D-5M
WE-CDBKLH Westfield, CD-Book, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-10D-5M
WE-CD-BOOK Westfield, CD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL CD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WE-CDLH Westfield, CD, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL CD-LH 21D-25D-5M
WE-CD-ROM Westfield, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL CD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
WE-CDROMLH Westfield, CD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
WE-DIGI Westfield, DIGITAL, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL DIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
WE-DIGILH Westfield, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-10D-5M
WE-DVD Westfield, DVD, 7D-25D-7.50M WESTFIELD ALL DVD 7D-25D-7M
WE-DVD-LH Westfield, DVD-LH, 7D-25D-7.50M WESTFIELD ALL DVD-LH 7D-25D-7M
WE-E-READ Westfield, E-reader LH, 14D-$5.00D-$100M WESTFIELD ALL E-READER 14D-500D
WE-ILLBOOK Westfield, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD WESTFIELD ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
WE-JBOOK Westfield, JBOOK, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JBOOK 21D-10D-5M
WE-JBOOKLH Westfield, JBOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
WE-JBOOKNH Westfield, JBOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JBOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
WE-JCASS Westfield, JCASSETTE,21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JCASSETTE 21D-10D-5M
WE-JCASSLH Westfield, JCASSETTE, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL JCASS-LH 21D-10D-5M
WE-JCD Westfield, JCD, 21D-25D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JCD 21D-25D-5M
WE-JCDBKLH Westfield, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-10D-5M-Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-10D-5M
WE-JCDBOOK Westfield, JCD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-10D-5M
WE-JCDLH Westfield, JCD, 21D-25D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL JCD-LH 21D-25D-5M
WE-JCD-ROM Westfield, JCD-ROM, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JCD-ROM 21D-10D-5M
WEJCDROMLH Westfield, JCD-BOOK, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-10D-5M
WE-JDIGI Westfield, JDIGITAL,21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JDIGITAL 21D-10D-5M
WE-JDIGILH Westfield, JDIGITALLH, 21D-10D-5M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-10D-5M
WE-JDVD Westfield, JDVD, 7D-25D-7.50M WESTFIELD ALL JDVD 7D-25D-7M
WE-JDVD-LH Westfield, JDVD-LH, 7D-25D-7.50M WESTFIELD ALL JDVD-LH 7D-25D-7M
WE-JKIT Westfield, JKIT, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JKIT 21D-10D-5M
WE-JMAGAZI Westfield, JMAGAZINE,21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
WE-JSPEC Westfield, JSPECIAL, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL JSPECIAL 21D-10D-5M
WE-JVIDEO Westfield, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-7.50M WESTFIELD ALL JVIDEO 7D-25D-7M
WE-JVIDLH Westfield, JVIDEO, 7D-25D-7.50M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-25D-7M
WE-KIT Westfield, KIT, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL KIT 21D-10D-5M
WE-MAGAZIN Westfield, MAGAZINE, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL MAGAZINE 21D-10D-5M
WE-MAG-LH Westfield, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL MAG-LH 21D-10D-5M
WE-MICROF Westfield, MICROFORM, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL MICROFORM 21D-10D-5M
WE-NEWBOOK Westfield, NEW-BOOK, 14D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
WE-PAMPHET Westfield, PAMPHLET, 21D-10D-5M WESTFIELD ALL PAMPHLET 21D-10D-5M
WE-REFBOOK Westfield, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD WESTFIELD ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
WE-UI-LOST Westfield, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y WESTFIELD ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
WE-UNKNOWN Westfield, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD WESTFIELD ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
WE-VIDEO Westfield, VIDEO, 7D-25D-7.50M WESTFIELD ALL VIDEO 7D-25D-7M
WE-VIDLH Westfield, VIDEO, 7D-25D-7.50M Local Hold WESTFIELD ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-25D-7M
WI-AV Wild Rose, AV, ILL-XD WILDROSE ALL AV ILL-XD
WI-AV-EQ Wild Rose, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD WILDROSE ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
WI-BOOK Wild Rose, BOOK, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL BOOK 21D-NF
WI-BOOK-LH Wild Rose, BOOK-LH, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL BOOK-LH 21D-NF
WI-BOOK-NH Wild Rose, BOOK-NH, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL BOOK-NH 21D-NF
WI-CASS Wild Rose, CASSETTE, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL CASSETTE 21D-NF
WI-CASSLH Wild Rose, CASSETTE, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL CASS-LH 21D-NF
WI-CD Wild Rose, CD, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL CD 21D-NF
WI-CDBKLH Wild Rose, CD-Book, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL CD-BOOK-LH 21D-NF
WI-CD-BOOK Wild Rose, CD-BOOK, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL CD-BOOK 21D-NF
WI-CDLH Wild Rose, CD, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL CD-LH 21D-NF
WI-CD-ROM Wild Rose, CD-ROM, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL CD-ROM 21D-NF
WI-CDROMLH Wild Rose, CD-ROM, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL CD-ROM-LH 21D-NF
WI-DIGI Wild Rose, DIGITAL, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL DIGITAL 21D-NF
WI-DIGILH Wild Rose, DIGITAL-LH, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL DIGITAL-LH 21D-NF
WI-DVD Wild Rose, DVD, 7D-NF WILDROSE ALL DVD 7D-NF
WI-DVD-LH Wild Rose, DVD-LH, 7D-NF WILDROSE ALL DVD-LH 7D-NF
WI-ILLBOOK Wild Rose, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD WILDROSE ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
WI-JBOOK Wild Rose, JBOOK, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JBOOK 21D-NF
WI-JBOOKLH Wild Rose, JBOOK-LH, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 21D-NF
WI-JBOOKNH Wild Rose, JBOOK-NH, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JBOOK-NH 21D-NF
WI-JCASS Wild Rose,JCASSETTE, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JCASSETTE 21D-NF
WI-JCASSLH Wild Rose,JCASSETTE, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL JCASS-LH 21D-NF
WI-JCD Wild Rose, JCD, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JCD 21D-NF
WI-JCDBKLH Wild Rose, JCD-BOOKLH, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL JCD-BOOKLH 21D-NF
WI-JCDBOOK Wild Rose, JCD-BOOK, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JCD-BOOK 21D-NF
WI-JCDLH Wild Rose, JCD, 7D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL JCD-LH 7D-NF
WI-JCD-ROM Wild Rose, JCD-ROM, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JCD-ROM 21D-NF
WIJCDROMLH Wild Rose, JCD-ROM, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL JCD-ROM-LH 21D-NF
WI-JDIGI Wild Rose,JDIGI, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JDIGITAL 21D-NF
WI-JDIGILH Wild Rose,JDIGITALLH, 21D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL JDIGITALLH 21D-NF
WI-JDVD Wild Rose, JCD-BOOK, 7D-NF WILDROSE ALL JDVD 7D-NF
WI-JDVD-LH Wild Rose, JDVD-LH, 7D-NF WILDROSE ALL JDVD-LH 7D-NF
WI-JKIT Wild Rose, JKIT, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JKIT 21D-NF
WI-JMAGAZI Wild Rose, JMAGAZINE, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JMAGAZINE 21D-NF
WI-JSPEC Wild Rose, JSPECIAL, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL JSPECIAL 21D-NF
WI-JVIDEO Wild Rose, JVIDEO, 7D-NF WILDROSE ALL JVIDEO 7D-NF
WI-JVIDLH Wild Rose, JVIDEO, 7D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-NF
WI-KIT Wild Rose, KIT, 7D-NF WILDROSE ALL KIT 7D-NF
WI-MAGAZIN Wild Rose, MAGAZINE, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL MAGAZINE 21D-NF
WI-MAG-LH Wild Rose, MAGAZINE-LH, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL MAG-LH 21D-NF
WI-MICROF Wild Rose, MICROFORM, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL MICROFORM 21D-NF
WI-NEWBOOK Wild Rose, NEW-BOOK, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL NEW-BOOK 21D-NF
WI-PAMPHET Wild Rose, PAMPHLET, 21D-NF WILDROSE ALL PAMPHLET 21D-NF
WI-REFBOOK Wild Rose, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD WILDROSE ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
WI-UI-LOST Wild Rose, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y WILDROSE ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
WI-UNKNOWN Wild Rose, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD WILDROSE ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
WI-VIDEO Wild Rose, VIDEO, 7D-NF WILDROSE ALL VIDEO 7D-NF
WI-VIDLH Wild Rose, VIDEO, 7D-NF Local Hold WILDROSE ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-NF
WN-AV Winneconne, AV, ILL-XD WINNECONNE ALL AV 28D-10D-5M
WN-AV-EQ Winneconne, AV-EQUIP, ILL-XD WINNECONNE ALL AV-EQUIP ILL-XD
WN-BOOK Winneconne, BOOK, 28D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL BOOK 28D-10D-5M
WN-BOOK-LH Winneconne, BOOK-LH, 14D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL BOOK-LH 14D-10D-5M
WN-BOOK-NH Winneconne, BOOK-NH, 14D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL BOOK-NH 14D-10D-5M
WN-CASS Winneconne, CASSETTE, 28D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL CASSETTE 28D-10D-5M
WN-CASSLH Winneconne, CASSETTE, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL CASS-LH 7D-10D-5M
WN-CD Winneconne, CD, 14D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL CD 14D-10D-5M
WN-CDBKLH Winneconne, CD-Book, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL CD-BOOK-LH 28D-10D-5M
WN-CD-BOOK Winneconne, CD-BOOK, 28D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL CD-BOOK 28D-10D-5M
WN-CDLH Winneconne, CD, 14D-10D-5M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL CD-LH 14D-10D-5M
WN-CD-ROM Winneconne, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL CD-ROM 28D-10D-5M
WN-CDROMLH Winneconne, CD-ROM, 28D-10D-5M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL CD-ROM-LH 28D-10D-5M
WN-DIGI Winneconne, DIGITAL, 28D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL DIGITAL 28D-10D-5M
WN-DIGILH Winneconne, DIGITAL-LH, 7D-10D-5M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL DIGITAL-LH 7D-10D-5M
WN-DVD Winneconne, DVD, 7D-50D-5M WINNECONNE ALL DVD 7D-50D-5M
WN-DVD-LH Winneconne, DVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M WINNECONNE ALL DVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
WN-DVD-NH Winneconne, DVD-NH, 7D-10D-5M, Limit 1 WINNECONNE ALL DVD-NH 7D-50D-L1
WN-E-READ Winneconne, E-reader, 14D-$5.00D. $100 Max WINNECONNE ALL E-READER 14D-500D
WN-ILLBOOK Winneconne, ILL-BOOK, ILL-XD WINNECONNE ALL ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
WN-JBOOK Winneconne, JBOOK, 28D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JBOOK 28D-5D-3M
WN-JBOOKLH Winneconne, JBOOK-LH, 14D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JBOOK-LH,JNEW-BOOK 14D-5D-3M
WN-JBOOKNH Winneconne, JBOOK-NH, 14D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JBOOK-NH 28D-5D-3M
WN-JCASS Winneconne, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JCASSETTE 28D-5D-3M
WN-JCASSLH Winneconne, JCASSETTE, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL JCASS-LH 28D-5D-3M
WN-JCD Winneconne, JCD, 14D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JCD 14D-5D-3M
WN-JCDBKLH Winneconne, JCD-BOOKLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL JCD-BOOKLH 28D-5D-3M
WN-JCDBOOK Winneconne, JCD-BOOK, 28D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JCD-BOOK 28D-5D-3M
WN-JCDLH Winneconne, JCD, 14D-5D-3M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL JCD-LH 14D-5D-3M
WN-JCD-ROM Winneconne, JCD-ROM, 28D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JCD-ROM 28D-5D-3M
WNJCDROMLH Winneconne, JCD-ROM, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL JCD-ROM-LH 28D-5D-3M
WN-JDIGI Winneconne, JDIGITAL, 28D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JDIGITAL 28D-5D-3M
WN-JDIGILH Winneconne, JDIGITALLH, 28D-5D-3M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL JDIGITALLH 28D-5D-3M
WN-JDVD Winneconne, JDVD, 7D-50D-5M WINNECONNE ALL JDVD 7D-50D-5M
WN-JDVD-LH Winneconne, JDVD-LH, 7D-50D-5M WINNECONNE ALL JDVD-LH 7D-50D-5M
WN-JDVD-NH Winneconne, ALL, DVD-NH, 7D-10D-5M, Limit 1 WINNECONNE ALL JDVD-NH 7D-50D-L1
WN-JKIT Winneconne, JKIT, 28D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JKIT 28D-5D-3M
WN-JMAGAZI Winneconne, JMAGAZINE, 14D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JMAGAZINE 14D-5D-3M
WN-JSPEC Winneconne, JSPECIAL, 14D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL JSPECIAL 14D-5D-3M
WN-JVIDEO Winneconne, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M WINNECONNE ALL JVIDEO 7D-50D-5M
WN-JVIDLH Winneconne, JVIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL JVIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
WN-KIT Winneconne, KIT, 28D-5D-3M WINNECONNE ALL KIT 28D-5D-3M
WN-MAGAZIN Winneconne, MAGAZINE, 14D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL MAGAZINE 14D-10D-5M
WN-MAG-LH Winneconne, MAGAZINE-LH, 14D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL MAG-LH 14D-10D-5M
WN-MICROF Winneconne, MICROFORM, 7D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL MICROFORM 7D-10D-5M
WN-NEWBOOK Winneconne, NEW-BOOK, 7D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL NEW-BOOK 14D-10D-5M
WN-PAMPHET Winneconne, PAMPHLET, 7D-10D-5M WINNECONNE ALL PAMPHLET 7D-10D-5M
WN-REFBOOK Winneconne, REF-BOOK, ILL-XD WINNECONNE ALL REF-BOOK ILL-XD
WN-SCHOOL Winneconne School Cards WINNECONNE SCHOOL-BKM ALL SEMESTER
WN-UI-LOST Winneconne, UI-LOST, NONCIRC-Y WINNECONNE ALL UI-LOST NONCIRC-Y
WN-UNKNOWN Winneconne, UNKNOWN, ILL-XD WINNECONNE ALL UNKNOWN ILL-XD
WN-VIDEO Winneconne, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M WINNECONNE ALL VIDEO 7D-50D-5M
WN-VIDLH Winneconne, VIDEO, 7D-50D-5M Local Hold WINNECONNE ALL VIDEO-LH 7D-50D-5M
W-ILLHOLDS Winnefox ILL Rule for Holds WINNEFOX ALL ALL ILL-XD
W-ILL Winnefox ILL WINNEFOX ILL ALL 35D-NF
W-DEPOSIT Winnefox Deposit/Rotating WINNEFOX DEPOSIT ALL UNLIMITED
LOSTCARD Lost user card ALL LOSTCARD ALL NONCIRC-N
LIBTRANSIT Any item may be charged to intransit user for ill ALL INTRANSIT ALL UNLIMITED
DAMAGED Materials checked out to DAMAGED ALL DAMAGED ALL UNLIMITED
INPROCESS Any item may be charged to INPROCESS user ALL INPROCESS ALL UNLIMITED
LOST Materials checked out to LOST ALL LOST ALL UNLIMITED
MISSING Materials checked out to MISSING ALL MISSING ALL UNLIMITED
MISSHOLD Materials checked out to MISSHOLD ALL MISSHOLD ALL UNLIMITED
WITHDRAWN Materials checked out to WITHDRAWN ALL DISCARD ALL UNLIMITED
MAGAZINE-C Current issues checked out to MAGAZINE-C ALL MAGAZINE-C ALL UNLIMITED
RESERVES Reserves ALL RESERVES ALL UNLIMITED
LIB-USE Materials checked out to library department ALL LIBRARYUSE ALL UNLIMITED
HOMEBOUND Homebound Profile, 60-Day-NF ALL HOMEBOUND ALL 60D-NF
DEPOSIT Deposit Profile, 60-Day-NF ALL DEPOSIT ALL 60D-NF
ON-ORDER To allow holds on on-order Titles ALL ALL ON-ORDER UNLIMITED
ON-ORDERLH To allow Local Holds on On-Order Titles ALL ALL ON-ORDERLH UNLIMITED
TEACHER Teacher Profile, 28D-NF ALL TEACHER ALL 28D-NF
TEACHERILL Teacher Profile, for ILL items-No renewal ALL TEACHER ILL-BOOK ILL-XD
OTHER-N Items that don't officially circulate ALL ALL OTHER-N UNLIMITED
SCHOOL-DVD Evergreen Pickup Location OSH-BKM ALL DVD Types

7D-10D-5M

SCHOOL-BKM Evergreen Pickup Location OSH-BKM ALL Book Types 28D-10D-5M
STORAGE Items checked out to STORAGE ALL STORAGE ALL UNLIMITED
REMOVE Lost user card ALL REMOVE ALL NONCIRC-N
EVENTS To allow attendance of patrons at Events ALL ALL EVENT UNLIMITED

Collection Agency—Unique Management Services, Inc.

Some WALS libraries use the services of Unique Management Services, Inc. (UMS) to do followup with library users who have checked out and not returned material.  The user is referred to the collection agency when the item is 45 days overdue and the amount owed is $25.00 or more.  An additional referral bill of $10 or $15 is created on the user record at that time, depending on the library doing the referral.

A series of reports is used to send user information to the company.  The company does not get a list of what the user has checked out.  UMS uses letters and phone calls to contact users.  The users are told to contact the library to clean up the situation.

If the user does not return material or pay money owed, he/she is referred to a credit reporting firm.  Children are reported to Unique Management, but only adults are credit reported.

Not all User Profiles are included in the reports that send information to Unique Management.  The Profiles of Deposit, Homebound, ILL, and Teacher are not sent.

Libraries using UMS for collection agency services:

  • Berlin -- $10.00 Referral fee
  • Coloma --$10.00 Referral fee
  • Menasha --$15.00 Referral fee
  • Montello --$10.00 Referral fee
  • Neenah --$15.00 Referral fee
  • North Fond du Lac --$10.00 Referral fee
  • Oshkosh --$15.00 Referral fee
  • Ripon --$15.00 Referral fee
  • Westfield --$10.00 Referral fee
  • Winneconne --$10.00 Referral fee

Library notices—email, phone call, and paper

Overdue Notices Schedule
  US Mail (sent by UMS) Phone Call3 Email4
Predue Notice None None 3 Days;  1 Day for DVDs
1st Overdue Notice None 4 Days 3 Days  
2nd Overdue Notice None None 15 Days
Bill for unreturned item 30 Days No call-US Mailed 30 Days
Second bill notice None None 37 Days-US Mailed
Bill referred to a
 Collection Agency and a fee ($10-$15) is charged to the user1
45 Days 45 Days 45 Days
1st Letter sent from Collection Agency 46 Days 46 Days 46 Days
2nd Letter sent from Collection Agency 67 Days 67 Days 67 Days
1st Collection Agency phone call 81 Days 81 Days 81 Days
3rd Letter sent from the Collection Agency 109 Days 109 Days 109 Days
       
1These  libraries refer bills to a Collection Agency:   3These libraries have phone notices for overdues: 4Any user with an email address, regardless of Library, gets notified by email
Berlin   Coloma  
Coloma   Endeavor   
Menasha   Menasha    
Montello   Montello    
Neenah   Neenah  
Oshkosh   Oshkosh    
Oxford   Oxford  
Ripon   Redgranite  
Winneconne   Ripon  
    Wautoma   
    Brandon (2019)  
       

  WALS produces and sends out notices on the following schedule:

  • Email notices
    Pre-due notices are sent at 3 days before the item is due for 14, 21, 28-day or longer loans.
    Pre-due notices are sent at 1 day before the item is due for 3 and 7-day loans.
    Overdue notices are sent at 3 and 15 days after the due date.
    Bill notices are sent at 30 days after the due date. 

Any users with an email address in their record get email notices.   

Optional email welcome notices for new-card holders are sent on Sundays to users that were registered the previous week.

Optional email pre-expired-card notices are sent to users with records that expire in nine weeks.

  • Phone call notices via UMS for overdues and/or holds
  • Automated phone messages for overdues are made at 4 days after the due date.

Phone call notices are made for these libraries:

BERLIN, BRANDON, COLOMA, ENDEAVOR, MENASHA, MONTELLO, NEENAH, OSHKOSH, OXFORD, REDGRANITE, RIPON (overdues only), WESTFIELD.

Phone call notices are NOT made for bills.

  •  Paper notices (sent by UMS as of 1/15/2019)
    Bill notices are mailed 30 days after the due date for patrons without email.
    A bill notice is mailed at 37 days for users with email.  (This started October 15, 2012)

Special circulation tasks and issues

Circulation during down time

There are several options for handling checkouts when the automation system is down.

Paper—write down the transactions and key them in when the system is back up.

Scanning into a document—scan the patron and item barcodes into notepad, wordpad or other text processing software, and then copy and paste, line by line, into the system when it is back up. All of the circulation PCs have this type of software installed on them.

If the system or a library is going to be down for an extended period of time, use the Offline Circulation module of WorkFlows. Instructions are available here.

When the system is down, do NOT discharge items. Discharging offline causes problems because the system will attempt to fill holds, transit items, etc., once the transactions are processed after coming back up, but the item may have gone elsewhere.

Claims returned

Claiming an Item Returned (General)  -- Claiming an Item Returned (step-by-step)

When a patron claims to have returned an item, there is a circulation wizard to handle the process.

The claims-returned date must be set to the due date to keep fines from accruing on the item.

The Item:

  • Shows in the catalog as Long Overdue, Unavailable.
  • Shows on either the user’s ACTIVE check out list or on the INACTIVE list. The item stays on the user’s list until the item is returned or the library manually handles it.
    Note:  If the item was claimed returned after the lost notice was generated, the item displays on the user's INACTIVE list.
  • Does NOT display on their user’s checkout list
  • Does NOT display in My Account in the catalog
  • Does NOT go through the lost-assum processing

The user does not get any further notices on the item.

The claims-returned counter is incremented for each item and an alert showing the number of claims returned items displays when the user record is called up. The counter does not decrement if the item is returned. The counter can be reset manually in Modify User (privilege tab)

The library needs to decide whether the claims-returned items are to be billed or forgiven and then take care of the items. Winnefox can provide lists for the library.

The system does not record or display which library claimed the item returned.

Clearing the Claims-Returned

Clearing the claims-returned item is done by discharging the item. Write down or copy (for later pasting) the Item ID.

There are two parts to the process:

Is the item going to be made missing or withdrawn?
Either use the missing wizard to set the item missing or check it out to the library’s Withdrawn user. Either process will require an override. It may require a second override if there is a hold on the item. The standard override works for this step.

Is the user is going to be billed?
If the library is billing the user, it must be done using the Bill-A-User wizard. Use the bill reason of BILLCLMRET. The library decides the amount of the bill. The system requires the item ID.

If the library does not bill the user for the item, nothing further needs to be done unless the library chooses to put a note in the patron record. Some libraries put the date and the title of the claims-returned item that was forgiven.

If the item does not belong to your library, please notify the owning library.

Damaged items

Handling Damaged Items, Especially Ones Belonging to Other Libraries

The library where the damaged item is returned is responsible for handling that item, regardless of the owner of the item.

There is a DAMAGED user record for each library. Damaged items are checked out to that user, but do not count as a circulation transaction.  In WorkFlows the due date will show as NEVER and there are no notices.

There is one card per library so each library can see the items it has marked as damaged. The library needs to review the has-list for its damaged user at least twice a year to clean up items.

When an item is checked out to the DAMAGED user, the current location of the item becomes DAMAGED.  It displays in the online catalog as Item Damaged, Unavailable.

A Checked-Out Item is Returned Damaged

  1. Use Check Item Status to see if the item is checked out.  If the item is checked out, it will show the borrower’s name.
  2. Search for the borrower address information in Display User and fill out whatever local form is used to notify the patron about the damage.  Notify the patron.
  3. Add a charge to patron record under Billing a User. The local library, not the owning library, charge-rate applies.
  4. If the user is being charged for the replacement of the item (i.e. water soaked book or cracked CD), use the system default price unless there is a price in the item record.
  5. If the user is being charged for a repairable damage (i.e. a missing DVD case, pages missing from a magazine), use your library’s charge.
  6. Check out the damaged item to the damaged card for YOUR library, regardless of the owner of the item.  This will require an override, but prevents the item from going to Transit.

The User Pays for a Completely Damaged Item

  1. Have the user write a check for the replacement bill made payable to the OWNING library.
  2. Send the check and a note via the delivery to the owning library. The note should identify the item so the owning library can decide on replacing it.
  3. Withdraw the item by checking it out to the OWNING library’s WD user.
  4. (The patron may keep the item if that is the library’s policy.)

The User Pays for a Partially Damaged Item
When the user pays for an item that was billed for partial damage, send both the money and the damaged item back to the owning library.

The User Brings in a Replacement
Do not accept a replacement copy for another library. The owning library may be contacted to see if the replacement is ok, but that is not required.

The User Never Pays
After 6 months on the library’s damaged shelf, an item belonging to another library should be returned to the owning library so it can decide what to do with it—fix, replace, withdraw, etc. 

To Bill or Not to Bill?
We suggest that small wear and tear, such as missing barcodes, torn pages, cracked CD cases, cracked bindings, and shabby paperback covers NOT be billed. Staff time is too expensive to spend on low-cost, under $5.00 charges.

Hardship Cases
If the borrower’s situation warrants special consideration, call the owning library to work out an appropriate compromise or to cancel a bill entirely. In the case of accidents, fires, etc. there is room for accommodation.

Damaged Items and Filling Holds
If a damaged item is still useable and the library doesn’t charge for that kind of damage (i.e. cracked CD case), then it is ok to send out the damaged item to fill a hold.  If the library would bill for that kind of damage, then it should fix it before sending it or should at least put a note on the item.  The charging library might want to also note the damage (if they would bill for it) before they check it out.

NAME
User ID
DAMAGED, BERLIN
DA-BE
DAMAGED, BRANDON
DA-BR
DAMAGED, CAMPBELLSPORT
DA-CA
DAMAGED, COLOMA
DA-CO
DAMAGED, ENDEAVOR
DA-EN
DAMAGED, FONDDULAC
DA-FO
DAMAGED, GREENLAKE
DA-GR
DAMAGED, HANCOCK
DA-HA
DAMAGED, KINGSTON
DA-KI
DAMAGED, MARKESAN
DA-MA
DAMAGED, MENASHA
DA-ME
DAMAGED, MONTELLO
DA-MO
DAMAGED, NEENAH
DA-NE
DAMAGED, NESHKORO
DA-NES
DAMAGED, NFONDDULAC
DA-NF
DAMAGED, OAKFIELD
DA-OA
DAMAGED, OMRO
DA-OM
DAMAGED, OSHKOSH
DA-OS
DAMAGED, OXFORD
DA-OX
DAMAGED, PACKWAUKEE
DA-PA
DAMAGED, PINERIVER
DA-PI
DAMAGED, PLAINFIELD
DA-PL
DAMAGED, POYSIPPI
DA-PO
DAMAGED, PRINCETON
DA-PR
DAMAGED, REDGRANITE
DA-RE
DAMAGED, RIPON
DA-RI
DAMAGED, WAUTOMA
DA-WA
DAMAGED, WESTFIELD
DA-WE
DAMAGED, WILDROSE
DA-WI
DAMAGED, WINNECONNE
DA-WN
DAMAGED, WINNEFOX
DA-WX

 

Failed email notices

When the email system cannot deliver an email, it is returned to the Winnefox email system as an Undeliverable or “Bounced” email. The email is then manually forwarded to individual libraries to handle for their own patrons. The bounced notification will appear exactly as a usual notice, but with the name and address of a specific patron will be beneath the library’s mailing address.

It is very important to handle these undelivered email in a timely manner; if the email has been returned as undeliverable, then the patron did not receive their notice, and will not receive any other notices sent to that same email address.

When you receive a bounced email, go into WorkFlows and open up Modify/Renew User. Click on the User Search helper in the top left corner, and 1) change the search to a Keyword search by “6Email”, then 2) Search for the patron’s email. 

SEARCH BY EMAIL, NOT THE PATRON’S NAME, TO FIND EVERY ACCOUNT WITH THE SAME EMAIL. Sometimes a family shares a single email address for their notices. If one’s patron’s notices could not be delivered to that email address, notices for the others using that email address will bounce back as well. The email address needs to be removed from all records it is attached to.

Within the patron’s account, go into the “Address” tab, click on the email address in the Email field so that the email is highlighted, and USE THE DELETE ROW HELPER. It’s the one just above the address fields with a red X.

 Delete Row Helper

If the Delete Row Helper is not used (i.e., if the Delete or Backspace key is used instead) the email is not actually deleted within the system, and emails will continue to be sent to an invalid email address.

Once the email has been deleted from the patron’s record, optionally, you can add a note to their account requesting verification of their email address. Use the Extended Info tab to do so. DO NOT ADD A NOTE IN THE EMAIL FIELD in the address tab.

Optionally, you can then contact the patron to inform them about the content of the notice that was returned as undeliverable: a hold’s available, or they have overdue material.

At times, the email address has a very obvious error: .con instead of .com, no @ sign, spaces in the email address instead of underscores, .gmaill.com and similar misspellings. In these cases, the email address does not need to be deleted; it can be edited and saved with no special requirements.

If you have questions on a bounced email, please contact Melissa Klein at 920-236-5230, or at klein@winnefox.org

Renewals and multiple renewals

The automation system is set up to allow two renewals of an item if there are no holds on the title.

The standard override can be used to allow additional renewals.

Additional renewals should be an occasional exception, especially if the item does not belong to the library.  The additional renewals prevent browsers from finding material on library shelves.

The library should never do a renewal to override a hold.

Unreturned items (UI-LOST)

When items are checked out and not returned, there is a annual process that breaks the link between the user and the LOST-ASSUM item so the item can be withdrawn.  The item is at least 18 months overdue at the time this is done.  The user is both billed for the lost item, and is barred.

Details:

WALS uses a two reports to process items that have been checked out and not returned, and are not expected to be returned. These items show in the database as LOST-ASSUM. 

The first report, Process Long Overdue Items, does five things:

  1. Discharges the item from the patron record
  2. Bars the patron
  3. Puts the item in a location of UI-LOST for later removal
  4. Creates a generic UI-ITEM bill for each item
    The bill does NOT give the title of the lost item.
    The bill is the price of the Item if the price is in the item record.
    The price is $25 for anything without a price in the item record.
  5. Creates a Lost-Item note in the patron record for each item removed.

The title, call number, Item ID, and due date are included in the note. The information in that field is searchable with a keyword search of the notes field.  The note stays in the user's record until manually removed.

There is NO link between the item in the notes field and the bill.  If the patron pays the bill, or the item is returned in the book drop, the note must be removed manually.

The second report, Remove Item by Location, permanently removes the UI-LOST items from the database.   If it is the last copy, the report also removes the bibliographic record.

This process is done annually to remove items from the database.

ILL checkouts and special due dates

The circulation software does not have a default loan period for interlibrary loan material.  When ILL items are being checked out, the staff person needs to use the Special Due Date helper for that transaction.  The due date should match the paperwork that came with the ILL item.

There are 3 options:

  • Use special due date from now on
  • For this user only  (This is the one staff should be using)
  • For this checkout only

If you Use special due date from now on, you will be giving the date you entered for that patron‘s item to not only that patron but to every single user after that!  The program returns to the normal due dates only if you close out of checkout and go to a different function like Borrower Display or Discharge. 

If you select For this user only, all of the books that you check out to this customer will have the date you set—ILL as well as everything else. But when you leave that user, the next user will get regular dates.

If you For this checkout only, the selected date will be applied only to the first book scanned. The system reverts to regular checkout dates for that same person without you having to do anything.

Missing contents

Procedure—Handling Missing-Content Items

The library where the missing-content item is returned is responsible for handling that item, regardless of the owner of the item.

Procedures vary at Winnefox libraries as to whether the missing-content item remains on the borrower record or is discharged and then charged to a missing-content user.

The key issue is that the library where the item was returned is to make a good-faith effort to get the missing part back from the borrower. The part that was returned should remain at the library while the patron is being contacted.  

There is a MISSING CONTENT user record for Oshkosh, Menasha, and Neenah. Those libraries check items out to their MC user rather than leaving the item on the user’s record.

The User Does NOT Return the Missing Part

If the user does not return the missing part within 2-3 months, add a charge to patron record under Billing a User and put a note in the user’s record. The local library, not the owning library, charge-rate applies. In most cases, the user should be charged for the replacement cost of the item.

Within 6 months, make a withdraw/replace decision for your own items, and return items belonging to other libraries. Put a note on each item returned so they the library knows what has happened.

Missing Item List

Items that have been missing for more than 3 months should be identified by using the XX-List Items Missing+ (where XX is your library's 2-digit code) report in Workflows, and then searched for on your shelves.

Detailed instructions on how to run this report are located here.

This report is found in the Reports tab of Workflows, under "Schedule a New Report", the second option on the menu. The only change that may need to be made is the Date Last Charged field, which is in the Item Selection tab; you can change the default value of items that were last set Missing or DA more than 3 months ago.

Previous borrower

Sometimes a library discharges an item and then notices that the item is damaged or that parts are missing.

If the Discharging the Bookdrop wizard is being used, highlight the item in question and click on the Display User Wizard.  The previous borrower will appear as the Current button. This only works while the Discharging Bookdrop Wizard is still open.  If the Clear Discharge List or Close are clicked, one can't get back to patrons for those items.

If the dischared item was overdue, the discharge created a bill.  In that case search for the specific copy and look to see if there is a bill. 

If there is no bill, the log files from the automation system can be used to look up the previous borrower. Email Karla Smith (at smith@winnefox.org) or Melissa Klein (at klein@winnefox.org) with the barcode of the item.

The same report can be used to look up by borrower. Sometimes a problem situation can be resolved by seeing what else a user checked out at the time of the problem.

Please use the subject heading "Previous Info Request" when emailing Karla with the information to be looked up.

Online Payments

Online Payments and Library Reimbursements

Software from EnvisionWare is used in the online catalog for processing online payments.  When a user makes a payment via My Account, the system records the payment as being made by Winnefox, and the payment type as ONLINEPAY.

We use three reports to tally the Winnefox ONLINEPAY payments.

  1. A report listing payment for lost and damaged items
    This report is used to credit the payment back to the owner of the item.
  2. A report listing payment for Referral fees, UI-ITEMS, fax charges, and other bills not connected to specific items.
    This report is used to credit the payment back to the billing library.
    UI-ITEMS:  After a check-out item becomes long overdue, a report is run that breaks the link between the user and item, so the item can be withdrawn.  A UI-ITEM bill is created on the user’s record, but it is not connected to an item in the collection.  Because the link to the item has been broken, there is no way to tell which library owned the item.  We can only tell which library BILLED the user for the item.  Since most of the library’s circulation is from its own items, the UI-ITEM is likely to be for an item that was owned by the billing library.
  3. A report listing all other online payments, mostly overdues.  These are bills that are connected with items. This report is used to credit payments back to the billing library.  

The Winnefox office staff uses the reports to process the funds deposited in the Winnefox online payment account back to the library owed the money.  The payments are made quarterly, with the following deducted from the library’s amount:

  1. $5.14 monthly charge—divided among the libraries getting a payment that quarter
  2. 4% of the funds collected
  3. $.23 for the cost of the check

Payments of less than $5.00 are held on account until the amount is higher than $5.00.

Information sent with the check indicates how much of the check is for the following:

  • Damaged, lost, missing contents
  • Referral fees
  • UI (unreturned items)
  • Miscellaneous
  • Overdues

It is possible for a library to have a negative balance if a refund is issued just after the library has been reimbursed, but before additional payments have been made.  In that case, if the amount is under $100, the account will carry the negative balance into the next quarter and make the adjustment then.  If the negative balance exceeds $100.00, the library will be invoiced.

Refunds

If a user finds a lost item and is to be issued a refund, there is a form to be completed by the library.

If the library owns the lost/paid item being refunded, the form is to be sent to the Winnefox Library System office.  The check will be mailed to the user within 2-6 weeks.

If the library does NOT own the lost/paid item being refunded, the form is to be sent to the owning library.  That library will decide if a refund will be issued and the amount of the refund.  Some libraries charge overdue or processing fees.

March 22, 2010, revised May, 2010, February, 2012

Telephone notices

Option for Using Unique Management, Inc. for Phone Notices

April 2019

Libraries may optionally use Unique Management Systems (UMS) for an auto-message service that calls users for overdues and/or holds.  UMS is the firm some WALS libraries use for collection-agency services.  This service is for users that do not have email.  We started doing phone notices in July of 2012.  The process uses reports that are emailed to UMS.

For participating libraries, the phone calls replace the paper notice mailed by WALS.  Notices are still printed and mailed for libraries not using phone notices, and bills notices for all libraries are printed and mailed from Oshkosh.

The cost per successful phone call is $.15.  For the remaining unsuccessful calls, the cost per mailed notice is $.665, which includes $.55 in postage ($.115 plus postage per US mailed notice).  A call is considered successful if the phone is answered, either by a person or by an answering (or fax) machine.

A “machine” does the talking, using a scripts we provided (see below).  For phones with caller ID, the library’s phone number displays as the caller.  Calls are made Monday through Saturday, starting at 9 and ending at 5 for holds and ending at 8 for overdues.  By ending the calls for holds at 5, the user can still be mailed a paper notice on the same day.

For holds, the automated message indicates that the call is for the specific library where the item is being held.  The call message tells the user that there is material to pick up.  It does not indicate the specific titles that are on hold.

For overdues, the library in the patron record is used in the phone message as the library calling.  The message does not list the overdue items.  The call is made when the item is 4 days overdue.

UMS makes multiple phone attempts during the day before going to a printed notice.  The printed notices use the library’s return address, not Winnefox’s.  

UMS generates a daily report indicating the results for that day’s calls, and a monthly statistical report.  Winnefox receives a single bill and uses the statistics to bill back the participating libraries.

These libraries are using phone notices:

  • Berlin (started December 2015)
  • Brandon (started April 2019, overdues only)
  • Coloma
  • Endeavor
  • Menasha (started in November, 2012)
  • Montello
  • Neenah
  • Oxford
  • Oshkosh
  • Redgranite 
  • Ripon (for overdues only)
  • Westfield (started in November, 2012)

For the first three months of operation, the percent of users reached by phone averaged 92%.


Texts for the phone notices:

Holds

Hello!  This is the <<Library>> calling with a message for <<Patron Name>>.  An item is being held for you for pickup at the library.  It will be held until closing on <<Date>>.  If you would prefer library notices by email rather than by phone, you may change your account online at catalog dot winnefox dot org, or contact the <<Library>>.  This message will now repeat. Hello!  This is the <<Library>> calling with a message for <<Patron Name>>.  An item is being held for you for pickup at the library.  It will be held until closing on <<Date>>.  If you would prefer library notices by email rather than by phone, you may change your account online at catalog dot winnefox dot org, or contact the <<Library>>.  Thank you.

Overdues

Hello!  This is an automated message from the <<Library>> calling for <<Patron Name>>.  An item or items are now overdue.  Please return your library material as soon as possible to minimize your fines.  You may also contact the library about renewals.  At thirty days overdue, you will be billed for the cost of the items.  If you would prefer library notices by email rather than by phone, you may change your account online at catalog dot winnefox dot org, or contact your library.  This message will now repeat.  Hello!  This is an automated message from the <<Library>> calling for <<Patron Name>>.  An item or items are now overdue.  Please return your library material as soon as possible to minimize your fines.  You may also contact the library about renewals.  At thirty days overdue, you will be billed for the cost of the items.  If you would prefer library notices by email rather than by phone, you may change your account online at catalog dot winnefox dot org, or contact your library.


For printed notices:

The item(s) listed below are overdue.  Please return your library material as soon as possible to minimize your fines.  You may also contact the library about renewals.  At thirty days overdue, you will be billed for the cost of the item(s).


Codes in the results reports:

UMS provides reports of both the successful and unsuccessful calls each day.  The report lists a reason for each call.

§  CHU – Customer Hung Up

§  LVMA – Left Voice Message

§  LMLP – Left Message, Live Person

§  RNA – Ring No Answer

§  OI – Operator Intercept (The number you have called is no longer in service . . .)

§  BUSY – Busy line

§  FA – Fax machine pick up

Oshkosh staff handles the failed-notices file.  The put a note in the record indicating that a phone number or email address is needed for the user and also put Need # in the phone field.  For the larger libraries, they also bar the user.  Users without a phone or email should have No phone in the phone number field in their record so that any one viewing the record knows that no further action is needed.

Cash Management

Cash Management is an optional set of wizards within Workflows that allows libraries to handle patron purchases of library-designated items (pay for print jobs, book sale items, Friends donations, etc), and then report on transactions at the workstation at the end of the day.

For libraries using Cash Management, there is a Cash Management troubleshooting guide  available that covers common questions. (After downloading, please select "Enable Editing" and press Ctrl while clicking to follow hyperlinks)

If you have questions, please contact Melissa at klein@winnefox.org, or 920-236-5230.

Holds

The automation system software is set up to share copies on a "my users get my copy first" basis.  Libraries also have the option to set copies to a local-hold or no-hold Item Type.  The local hold copies won't fill holds outside the owning library.  The non-local hold copies will fill a hold at another library once there are no holds from the owning library's users.  The basic philosophy within Winnefox is that libraries will share as much of their material as possible.

Each library needs to purchase its own copy or copies of best sellers to meet local needs. These copies may to be set Local Hold for a limited time to reduce the time the item spends in transit and number of items in the delivery system.

The libraries have agreed that collections of new types of material are appropriate for local holds until the collection grows large enough to be shared.

The libraries have agreed that the newest titles can be set to local hold to provide new material for browsing users.

Local-hold lists run on the 22nd of each month for libraries to review. The library needs to change the Item Type to take the item off local hold.

The Onshelf Hold Items report runs Monday through Friday.  That report, or the updated list created by the wizard in WorkFlows, is the list of items that are needed to fill holds. That report should be handled each day by the library. After the items are pulled from the shelves, the library needs to use the “Check Item Status” wizard to see what should be done with the items.  If an item can't be found after several days, it should be set to missing. 

A Clean-Holds report also runs Monday through Friday.  It creates a list of item on the library's hold shelf that have not been picked up by the user or that have been cancelled by the user.  These items need to be pulled from the hold shelf.  The library needs to check item status of the pulled items to see what needs to be done.  Some of the items will already be INTRANSIT.  Any item on the list that is not INTRANSIT should be scanned in check item status.

The Symphony software is also configured to prevent holds on some item locations.

Because of the complexity holds in a consortia using local holds, it is NOT possible to show where a person is in the hold queue.

Non-holdable item home locations

The Symphony software prevents holds on certain Home Locations. These Home Locations are:

GENEALOGY
GEN-GERMAN
INFO-DESK
LOCALHIST
LUCKY-CD
LUCKY-DVD
LUCKY-DAY
MICROFORM
LOCK-CASE
GEN-WIS
BASEMT-REF
BASEMT-WIS
JBIG-BOOK
JBOARD-BK
JLITTLEASY
JLUCKYDVD
JLUCKYDAY
JPHONICS
JREFERENCE
JSTORYTIME
COUGHLIN
ZLOST
MISSHOLD
MISSING
MITCHELL
REFERENCE
REF-DESK
REF-OFFICE
REF-ATLAS
REF-AUTO
REF-BUS
REF-CENSUS
REF-CONSUM
REF-EDUC
REF-INDEX
REF-JOBS
REF-MED
REF-OSHPAM
PHONE-BK
REF-TRAV
REF-WIS
REF-WISLAW
STAFF-DAYC
STAFF-READ
STORAGE
WITHDRAWN
YA-LUCKY
YA-REF
UI-LOST
Adult Genealogy
Adult German Genealogy
Adult Information Desk
Adult Local History
Adult Lucky Day CD--No holds
Adult Lucky Day DVD--No Holds
Adult Lucky Day--No holds
Adult Microfilm
Adult Reference--Locked Case, Ask for Help
Adult Wisconsin Genealogy
Basement Reference
Basement Wisconsin
Children's Big Book for Storytimes
Children's Board Book--No Holds
Children's Little/Small Easy To Read
Children's Lucky Day DVD--No Holds
Children's Lucky Day--No Holds
Children's Phonics
Children's Reference
Children's Storytime Material, Staff Use Only
Coughlin Room
Lost
Missing Holds
Missing
Mitchell Collection
Reference
Reference Desk--Ask for Help
Reference Office, Staff Use Only
Reference--Atlas
Reference--Auto-Repair
Reference--Business
Reference--Census
Reference--Consumer Information
Reference--Education
Reference--Index
Reference-Jobs
Reference--Medicine
Reference--Oshkosh Pamphlet
Reference--Telephone book
Reference--Travel
Reference--Wisconsin
Reference--Wisconsin Law
Staff Collection for Daycares, Storytimes--No Holds
Staff Collection for Reading Clubs--No Holds
Storage--Ask for Help
Withdrawn
Young Adult/Teen--Lucky Day
Young Adult/Teen--Reference
Unreturned Item

 

Special hold tasks and situations

Local Holds

The library field in the patron's record determines which libraries copies of local holds he/she will get.

Example:  A user in Westfield places a hold and gets a local-hold copy from Oshkosh.  That will happen if the library field in the user's record is Oshkosh.  That user will never get a Westfield copy of a local hold.

The user's library should be the library he/she uses the most.  If library staff notice local holds coming from or going to another library, it is appropriate to change the library field in the patron record.  It is NOT appropriate for the user to select the "best" library for local holds.  That is is the library's decision.

It is NOT appropriate for family members to each have a different library in their user record for the purposes of getting local holds from multiple libraries.  If staff notice that happening, the user records should be changed to the library most used by those users.

Local Holds list

A list or lists of local holds is run for each library on the 22nd of each month.

The lists are in Reports and start with the library's two or three-letter abbreviation.

Libraries are to review their list or lists and take off any copies that no longer need to to be local hold.

Winnefox libraries have agreed to share material on a "my user gets my copy first" basis, regardless of the date the hold is placed.  The basic philosophy within Winnefox is that libraries will share as much of their material as possible.

Cleaning off the holds shelf

Expired/cancelled holds need to be moved along as quickly as possible because usually there is another patron waiting for the item. It is not fair to keep a hold longer for one of your patrons when someone else’s patron is waiting for that item.

Be aware that we have set up the Expire Holds report so that it gives at least one day’s grace anyway. Some libraries have opted for 2 days grace.

Clean Holds Report:
Your library gets this report only on days there is something that needs to be pulled. It produces a list of holds that have expired after being available on the holds shelf for more than 8 days, or that have cancelled by the patron before the expiration date, and puts the item INTRANSIT to the next location.  These items need to be pulled from the hold shelf and scanned with Check Item Status to see what needs to be done with them.

The produced lists are NOT cumulative—each received list needs to be handled by the library.  Libraries need to check for lists on both their open and closed days.

If the user tries to check out the item after it has appeared on the clean-holds report, staff need to do an override.

Things which may appear strange, but are actually normal:

• The Current location is CHECKEDOUT.  This means the hold was cancelled by the patron, but he/she checked it out anyway before staff got to clearing the shelf.

• Items appear on the list before their expiration date.  This means the patron cancelled the hold.

Step-by-Step Instructions: Clean Holds 

Let Karla Smith know if there is anything else strange with your list. 

What to do when an item is on your Clean Holds List but not on your holds shelf
Please refer to the Tracking Missing Holds document.

Holds for book clubs

When copies of a book are needed for a reading club the simplest solution is to place a hold for each member of the club.

If you need to wait for all books to come in before distributing them to patrons, here is the recommended procedure:

  1. Create a Yourlibrary Book Club card with a profile of LIBRARYUSE.
    There are multiple ways of doing this: Last Name “BOOKCLUB” First Name: Person running the club, or Last Name: LIBRARY First Name: BOOKCLUB, etc.  Decide whose address to use, whose email to get the hold notices, etc
    *** The main point is to use a profile of LIBRARYUSE instead of PUBLIC. ***
  2. Place holds on all the copies you need using this card.
  3. As items arrive (or are about to expire), check them out to the GL Book Club card.
  4. As patrons arrive asking for the books, re-check them out to each individual. It will require an override, but that's OK.

This means that the copies have a Current Location of Checkedout so they don't appear Available, and you have a nice long window of opportunity to wait for the readers to come in and pick them up.

Using the Profile of LIBRARYUSE means there won’t be extra padded circ for checking the item out twice.

Since the book club titles will be out of the owning library for a longer period of time, titles should selected that have enough copies and are don’t have more than a few holds.

Adding Hold Notes

How to add a note to a hold to identify what to do with an item when it gets trapped (ex: whether patron needs to be called that their hold is available for not).

Step by step instructions, with screen shots, are available here: Adding Hold Notes.

When placing the hold in WorkFlows, after entering Patron ID and Item ID, look farther down the screen; underneith the Pickup location is the Comments field. Text entered into this field will display in the popup hold alert when an item is discharged or sanned in Check Item Status.

Patron records

Patron-record basics

The patron database is part of the shared automation system.  With only a few exceptions, there is one record per user.  That record/card may be used to check out material at any WALS library.   If a user is delinquent at one library, he/she is usually delinquent at any other WALS library.

Libraries agree to follow format rules for entering patron records.

Libraries may collect and keep fine money owed at another library, but payment for lost materials and collection agency fees must be made to the library that owns the material.

The Library field in the patron record determines which Local Hold items are used to fill holds.

The User Profile field in the patron record determines the loan period, fine rate, and maximum fine for items checked out.

The User Category 1 field records where the user lives (or the code for the seasonal residence).

The User Category 2 field records the county of the user's residence

The User Category 3 field records the gender of the user.

Exceptions to the one record per user:

Children with divorced or separated parents whose parent(s) have requested separate cards.
Teacher cards


There is a last-activity date in the patron record.  It is updated by:

Checkouts, discharges, renewals, paying fines, placing holds, using a Pharos-controlled public PC, or an online database that authenticates using the database.

The date is NOT changed by changing the user's address, pin numbers, etc., or by renewing an expired card.

Terminology

General WorkFlows Terms:

Command
A command is a button on the toolbar that only performs one task.

Datawell/Search Box
This is the text box for typing in search terms.

Gadget
A gadget is a button next to a text box that provides options you can use in that box. When you click the gadget, a window appears giving a pre-defined list of values. Always use the gadget to fill in the box if one is available.

Glossary
This term refers to any word in WorkFlows with a dashed underline. When you click on the word, a pop-up window provides additional information.

Helper
A helper is a “wizard within a wizard.” Helpers are positioned in a menu bar just below the active window’s title bar.

Hitlist
This is the search-results list that displays after entering a search.

Wizard
A wizard is a button or a link on the toolbar that performs a series of discrete tasks.


Circulation terms:

Bill
This is any money—fines or fees, owed to the library by a user.

Barred
This is the status of a user that has been set manually delinquent.

Blocked
This is the system-set status of a user who can’t check out material because of bills or overdues.

Demand Management
This is the SirsiDynix software for managing holds between libraries.

Fine
Fines accrue on overdue items until the items are discharged and bills are created by the system. Fines cannot be paid—Bills are paid.

Hold
This is a reserve for an item that is either on the shelf, or is checked out to another user.

User
This is the patron or the borrower.
And
This is the staff user of a library station.
And
This is a special-situation user or location, such as admin, discard, intransit, mending, etc. For example, items can be “checked out” to user Damaged. (These transactions are not included in circulation counts.)

Style rules for entering patron records

The basics:

  • Enter the patron record in ALL CAPS.
  • The name must be entered in the Last, First and Middle name fields.
  • DO NOT use the Preferred name field—it files incorrectly.
  • Use the Name as it appears on the person's identification—do not use nicknames.
    The occasional exception might be if using the real first name would cause major confusion when searching for the user by name. You can also put clarifying information in the extended notes field.
  • Use a hyphen for double last names so they file correctly in the displays (Example:  GILDERSON-DUWE)
  • Do not use MR, MRS, MS or DR anywhere.
  • JR and SR, etc, goes in the SUFFIX field.  Do not use a period.
  • Do not use a period after the middle initial.
  • Do not put EML in any field except the phone number, after the phone number.
    Using EML to indicate the user has an email address is optional.
  • Spell out STREET, AVENUE, ROAD, etc.  IN ALL CAPS.
  • Use PO BOX (not P. O. Box, etc.) IN ALL CAPS
  • Use # for apartment numbers
  • Do not put a comma between CITY STATE
  • Use the PHONE field of Address 1 for a phone number. If a patron recieves phone notifications, they will only be notified at the phone number in the PHONE field of Address 1.
    Preferably, the patron should only give one phone number, but if a patron has volunteered a second phone number, and understands that they will not recieve notifications at this secondary number, the second number can be entered into the PHONE field of Address 2. 
  • To avoid creating duplicate records, do not put spaces in names like VAN DE CAMP—enter the name as VANDECAMP. Omit the punctuation in names.
    Other examples:
    D’amato                        DAMATO
    Le Guin                         LEGUIN
    O’Malley                       OMALLEY
    O’Rourke                      OROURKE
  • ALWAYS fill in the User category 1, 2 and 3 fields.

It is very important that UserCat1 field be entered accurately.  Library funding formulas use this field.

If the address is from one of the other counties within Winnefox, contact a library from that county.

These people have agreed to help with coding for areas adjacent to Winnefox counties:
Adams County            Sandy Zuelhke (Coloma)
Calumet County          Julie Wing (Menasha)
Columbia County        Lucy Hazlewood (Markesan) or Sara Wilson (Kingston)
Dodge County            Jenny Wittlinger (Fond du Lac)
Outagamie County      Julie Wing (Menasha)
Portage County           Linda Helmrick (Plainfield)
Sheboygan County     Jenny Wittlinger (Fond du Lac)
Waupaca County        Linda Steffen (Wild Rose)
Washington County    Jenny Wittlinger (Fond du Lac)
 
The code for other Wisconsin is:  X-OTHER-WI

The code for Out of State is:  X-OUTOFSTATE

The complete list of codes is listed under Patron Records.

If you need further help, contact Becky Srubas at Oshkosh Public.

User Profiles
Checkouts and renewals to these profiles are used in the circulation statistical reports:
BUSINESS
DEPOSIT
HOMEBOUND
ILL
J-RESTRICT
LIMITED
LIMITED3
PUBLIC
PUBLIC2
PUBLIC3
STAFF
TEACHER

User Notes

Anytime you enter a note on a user record, sign the note using the format "LibraryCode, FirstName LastInitial Date".

Library code is the two-letter abbreviation commonly used to indicate library, especially in reports (ie, BE=Berlin, KI=Kingston, PI=Pine River, WN=Winneconne). 

A note example: "Verify email. OS Melissa K 4/25/2018".

Special tasks and situations

Barring patrons

Barring Patrons
Anytime a library wishes to stop a user from being able to use a library card, their status may be manually set to Barred. Patrons may be Barred temporarily or more permanently.
This is different than a status of Delinquent, which indicates the patron has unpaid fines or overdue items, and is set by the system. A Delinquent patron may be blocked from checking out, depending on the total amount of unpaid fines. A Barred patron has been manually blocked from checking out.

Some examples of when patrons are set to Barred:
*Phone, email, or mail messages returned as invalid -- The account is barred until phone/email/address verified
*Oshkosh Public Library Online Library Application – The card is mailed to patron, but record is barred until photo ID, proof of birthdate, and proof of address brought in to Oshkosh Public Library Customer Service Desk
*Patron complained of others using card – The account is barred, and then unbarred to checkout and rebarred after checkout is complete
*Lost Cards – The account is deactivated through barring
*Duplicate Records – One record is selected by patron as active record, and the other is barred to deactivate the account. With a few exceptions (such as Teacher Cards) a user should have only one record in the system.
*Patron Deceased – The account is deactivated through barring


How to Bar a Patron:
*Click the Modify/Renew User Wizard
*Either scan patron card (if available) or search for patron through the User Search helper.
*Type in Last Name, first initial of First Name. Press the Search button or hit the Enter Key
*Locate patron in hitlist (verify with birthdate and phone number if necessary)
*Highlight patron and click “Modify User”
*In user record, click on “Privilege” tab.
*In “Status” dropdown box, click the arrow and select “Barred”. Enter your override.
*Click on “Extended Info” Tab.
*In “Comment” box, write a note explaining why the status was set to Barred.
*Notes will vary based on circumstances: see Deceased Patron and Duplicate User Record for two other examples.
*It is extremely important that you include the library’s initials in the Note (ex: OPL – Oshkosh Public Library), and be as detailed as possible, so that others can tell who placed the note in the record, and under what circumstances to unbar the card.

*Make other changes to user record as necessary (indicating Duplicate or Deceased, removing email addresses, etc).
*When finished, press Save to close the record.

To Unbar Patron:
*Click Modify/Renew User Wizard.
*Either scan patron card, or search for patron through the User Search helper.
*Type in Last Name, first initial of First Name. Press the Search button or hit the Enter Key
*Locate patron in hitlist (verify with birthdate and phone number if necessary)
*Highlight patron and click “Modify User”
*In user record, click on “Privilege” tab.
*In “Status” dropdown box, click the arrow and select “Okay”. Enter your override.
*Click on “Extended Info” tab.
*Remove any note in Comment box.
*Make other changes as necessary.
*When finished, press Save to close the user record.

Deceased users-database records

Procedure—Records for Deceased Patrons

The database records for deceased patrons are not to be removed from the database. They should be edited.

If the library chooses to edit the record using Modify User:

  • Add the word DECEASED and a space before the last name of the user.
    Example: DECEASED, DOE, JOHN M
  • Change the User Profile to REMOVE.   Do not use DISCARD.
  • In the address, change the zip code to ????? and remove the email address. This will prevent notices from being sent.
  • On the extended Info Tab, enter a note to indicate which library made the change and the date of the change:
    Example: OPL-Deceased. Do not use. --osh, becky s, 6/24/2004

Be sure to save the changes after making the edits.

Periodically, reports are run to remove older, unused records from the database, including the ones for deceased patrons.

Duplicate user records

Procedure—Duplicate User Records in the Database

Users are to have only one library card for regular use.

The only exceptions are:

  • Children with divorced or separated parents whose parent(s) have requested separate cards.
  • Teacher cards

The library that discovers the duplicate-record problem is responsible for handling the records so the problem can get fixed.
When staff notice that there is more than one record for the user in the database, one of the records needs to be marked as a duplicate. How this is done depends on whether or not the user is present.

IF the user is present when the duplicate is noticed:
The user must decide which card he/she will keep. The other card or cards becomes the duplicate(s).
All fines must be paid off on the duplicate card(s), or manually added to the record the patron will be using.
The duplicate record must be edited to add the word DUPLICATE and the library’s initials and a comma before the user’s last name
Example: DUPLICATE NPL, SMITH, JOHN
The duplicate record’s status must be set to BARRED.
A note must be put in the record.
Example: Duplicate card. Do not use. See other Smith, John, 8/27/2012.

IF the user is NOT present when the duplicate is noticed and BOTH cards are being used:
Bar both cards.
Put a note in both cards.
Example: Duplicate card. Do not use. See other Smith, John, 8/27/2012.

IF the user is NOT present when the duplicate is noticed and only one card is being used:
Bar the card not being used and change the user profile to REMOVE.
Put a note in the record that is being used.
If money is owed on the INACTIVE card, put a note on the active card. If the amount owed is above the library’s block limit, bar the active card.

User profile of REMOVE
When the library has determined which card will no longer be used, change the profile to REMOVE so that reports can be used to get the record out of the database.

Multiple E-mail addresses

A user can have more than one email address in his/her record.  Both addresses go in the email field.

Separate the two addresses with a comma, and no space.

Teacher cards and Deposit sites

Teacher Cards

WALS libraries have agreed that when Teacher cards are issued there is to be one card per teacher with one set of rules.
For the user profile of TEACHER:

  • Overdue Threshold:             50 items
  • Bill Threshold:                  $250
  • Charge Limit:                      150 items
  • Hold Limit:                            50 items
  • Billable for lost material:   Yes
  • Holds can be placed for the teacher card.
  • The TEACHER profile is fine exempt.
  • Loan Period:                         28 days with one renewal.
    Overrides can be used to reduce or extend the loan period at checkout depending on the type of material or the policy of the individual library.

These rules are for the checkout of any material at any WALS library.
The loaning library decides what and how much material may be checked out on the card at that library.

The teacher card is to be used for curriculum-related materials, not for personal reading or viewing interests. Problems with delayed return of materials or other abuses are to be handled by conversations with the teacher. Uncorrected abuses will result in cancellation of the card by the library.

The goal is get books into the hands of children and to support teacher that are doing just that. The simplified approach makes it easier for teachers regardless of which library or libraries they use.

Any WALS library can choose to use the teacher card profile to issue a card to a teacher, day care provider, or home-schooler. 

The service the library provides to teachers is separate from the issuing of teacher cards. Each library can determine the level of service provided to teachers. Some libraries pull collections and check things out in advance to speed pick up. Some libraries deliver materials.


Deposit Sites

Some libraries also provide deposit collections to day care centers.   These same rules apply to sites serving any age group.

The rules for any user with the profile of DEPOSIT are:

  • Overdue Threshold:                  50
  • Bill Threshold:                       $500
  • Charge Limit:                          200 items
  • Hold Limit:                                 25 items
  • Billable for unreturned items: NO
    The users with  the DEPOSIT profile are NOT sent notices and are not billed.  The items stay checked out on the DEPOSIT card unless handled individually by the library or removed by Winnefox using a report.
  • Holds can be placed for the deposit collection account.
  • The DEPOSIT profile is fine exempt.
  • Loan Period:                           60 days.
    Overrides can be used to reduce or extend the loan period at checkout depending on the type of material.

Guidelines for entering teacher cards

Before entering a teacher card record in the database, search to make sure a card hasn't already been issued.  There is only one Teacher card per person, regardless of how many libraries the patron uses.

If there is no existing record, enter a new one using the same process as a regular record, with these additional steps:

  • In the Alt ID field, enter the word TEACHER and the last four digits of the library card number
    Example:  A teacher being issued card 1000200300498 would have an Alt ID of TEACHER0498
    • If there’s already an Alt ID with those numbers (ie, the error message “Alternate ID already exists”), then the last five digits of the library card should be used to make the Alt ID unique.
  • Change the profile to TEACHER
  • In the Phone field, enter (T) after the phone number.  This is useful for libraries that call users for holds.
  • In the Extended notes, enter your library abbreviation and the words "Teacher Card."  This helps identify the library that issued the card.
    Example:  OPL-Teacher Card

User category fields

User categories are fields in the patron record that are used to record statistical information about the user.

User Category 1 is for the residence of the borrower.
User Category 2 is for the county of the borrower.
User Category 3 is for the gender of the borrower.

User category 1 codes-residence of the user

UserCat1 is used to record where the user lives. The drop-down menu of choices is by county, with a two-letter code for each of the five Winnefox counties: FO, GL, MQ, WA, or WN. This is followed by I for incorporated area, or T for town. The is a code for each municipality and town(ship) in each of the counties. There are codes for counties adjacent to Winnefox counties.

Since county funding and cross-county payments are based on circulation by UserCat1, it is important to code the patron record correctly. WALS can run clean up lists for libraries, or set up report templates for libraries to run their own review lists.

For summer/part-year residents, it is correct to code the user for the property they use when living in our service area, even if they do not use that address for mail.

You can use one of our collection of resources, available on the Links for Finding Where Patrons Live page, to determine the political jurisdiction of a particular address.

 

All codes

For a document of all codes formated for printing, please see here.

 

FDI-BRANDN Fond du Lac I-Brandon
FDI-CMPBSP Fond du Lac I-Campbellsprt
FDI-EDEN Fond du Lac I-Eden
FDI-FAIRWT Fond du Lac I-Fairwater
FDI-FDL Fond du Lac I-Fond du Lac
FDI-MTCALV Fond du Lac I-Mt. Calvary
FDI-NFDL Fond du Lac I-North Fond du Lac
FDI-OAKFLD Fond du Lac I-Oakfield
FDI-RIPON Fond du Lac I-Ripon
FDI-ROSNDL Fond du Lac I-Rosedale
FDI-STCLD Fond du Lac I-St. Cloud
FDI-WAUPUN Fond du Lac I-Waupun
FDI-WAUPX Fond du Lac I-Waupun in Dodge County
FDS-RIPNST Fond du Lac Special-Ripon Student
FDT-ALTO Fond du Lac T-Town of Alto
FDT-ASHFRD Fond du Lac T-Town of Ashford
FDT-AUBURN Fond du Lac T-Town of Auburn
FDT-BYRON Fond du Lac T-Town of Byron
FDT-CALUMT Fond du Lac T-Town of Calumet
FDT-EDEN Fond du Lac T-Town of Eden
FDT-ELDORD Fond du Lac T-Town of Eldorado
FDT-EMPIRE Fond du Lac T-Town of Empire
FDT-FDL

Fond du Lac T-Town of Fond du Lac

FDT-FOREST Fond du Lac T-Town of Forest
FDT-FRNDSP Fond du Lac T-Town of Friendship
FDT-LAMRTN Fond du Lac T-Town of Lamartine
FDT-MARSH Fond du Lac T-Town of Marshfield
FDT-METOMN Fond du Lac T-Town of Metomen
FDT-OAKFLD Fond du Lac T-Town of Oakfield
FDT-OSEOLA Fond du Lac T-Town of Osceola
FDT-RIPON Fond du Lac T-Town of Ripon
FDT-ROSNDL Fond du Lac T-Town of Rosendale
FDT-SPRNGV Fond du Lac T-Town of Springvale
FDT-TAYCH Fond du Lac T-Town of Taycheetah
FDT-WAUPN Fond du Lac T-Town of Waupun
FDT-XUNKWN Z-Fond du Lac T-Unknown Town
GLI-BERLIN Green Lake I-Berlin
GLI-GREENL Green Lake I-Green Lake
GLI-KINGST Green Lake I-Kingston
GLI-MARKSN Green Lake I-Markesan
GLI-MARQT Green Lake I-Marquette
GLI-PRINCT Green Lake I-Princeton
GLT-BERLIN Green Lake T-Town of Berlin
GLT-BRKLN Green Lake T-Town of Brooklyn
GLT-GRNLK Green Lake T-Town of Green Lake
GLT-KINGST Green Lake T-Town of Kingston
GLT-MACKFD Green Lake T-Town of Mackford
GLT-MNCHST Green Lake T-Town of Manchester
GLT-MRQTTE Green Lake T-Town of Marquette
GLT-PRNCTN Green Lake T-Town of Princeton
GLT-SENECA Green Lake T-Town of Seneca
GLT-SATMAR Green Lake T-Town of St. Marie
MQI-ENDEAV Marquette I-Endeavor
MQI-MONTLL Marquette I-Montello
MQI-NESHKR Marquette I-Neshkoro
MQI-OXFORD Marquette I-Oxford
MQI-WESTFD Marquette I-Westfield
MQT-BUFFLO Marquette T-Town of Buffalo
MQT-CRYSLK Marquette T-Town of Crystal Lake
MQT-DOUGLS Marquette T-Town of Douglas
MQT-HARRIS Marquette T-Town of Harris
MQT-MECAN Marquette T-Town of Mecan
MQT-MONTEL Marquette T-Town of Montello
MQT-MOUNDV Marquette T-Town of Moundville
MQT-NESHKR Marquette T-Town of Neshkoro
MQT-NEWTON Marquette T-Town of Newton
MQT-OXFORD Marquette T-Town of Oxford
MQT-PACKWK Marquette T-Town of Packwaukee
MQT-SHLDS Marquette T-Town of Shields
MQT-SPRNGF Marquette T-Town of Springfield
MQT-WESTFD Marquette T-Town of Westfield
UNKNOWN Unknown
WAI-BERLIN Waushara I-Berlin in Waushara County
WAI-COLOMA Waushara I-Coloma
WAI-HANCCK Waushara I-Hancock
WAI-LOHRVL Waushara I-Lohrville
WAI-PLNFLD Waushara I-Plainfield
WAI-REDGNT Waushara I-Redgranite
WAI-WAUTOM Waushara I-Wautoma
WAI-WILDRS Waushara I-Wild Rose
WAT-AURORA Waushara T-Town of Aurora
WAT-BLMFLD Waushara T-Town of Bloomfield
WAT-COLOMA Waushara T-Town of Coloma
WAT-DAKOTA Waushara T-Town of Dakota
WAT-DEERFD Waushara T-Town of Deerfield
WAT-HNCOCK Waushara T-Town of Hancock
WAT-LEON Waushara T-Town of Leon
WAT-MARION Waushara T-Town of Marion
WAT-MTMOR Waushara T-Town of Mount Morris
WAT-OASIS Waushara T-Town of Oasis
WAT-PLNFLD Waushara T-Town of Plainfield
WAT-POYSIP Waushara T-Town of Poy Sippi
WAT-RCHFD Waushara T-Town of Richfield
WAT-ROSE Waushara T-Town of Rose
WAT-SAXEVL Waushara T-Town of Saxeville
WAT-SPRNWT Waushara T-Town of Springwater
WAT-WARREN Waushara T-Town of Warren
WAT-WAUTMA Waushara T-Town of Wautoma
WNI-APLTON Winnebago I-Appleton in WN County
WNI-MENASH Winnebago I-Menasha
WNI-NEENAH Winnebago I-Neenah
WNI-OMRO Winnebago I-Omro
WNI-OSH-C Winnebago I-Oshkosh Central
WNI-OSH-E Winnebago I-Oshkosh East
WNI-OSH-S Winnebago I-Oshkosh South
WNI-OSH-W Winnebago I-Oshkosh West
WNI-FOXCR Winnebago I-Village of Fox Crossing
WNI-WINNCN Winnebago I-Village of Winneconne
WNT-ALGOMA Winnebago T-Town of Algoma
WNT-BLCKWF Winnebago T-Town of Black Wolf
WNT-CLAYTN Winnebago T-Town of Clayton
WNT-NEENAH Winnebago T-Town of Neenah
WNT-NEKIMI Winnebago T-Town of Nekimi
WNT-NEPSKN Winnebago T-Town of Nepeuskun
WNT-OMRO Winnebago T-Town of Omro
WNT-OSHKSH Winnebago T-Town of Oshkosh
WNT-POYGAN Winnebago T-Town of Poygan
WNT-RUSHFD Winnebago T-Town of Rushford
WNT-UTICA Winnebago T-Town of Utica
WNT-VINELD Winnebago T-Town of Vinland
WNT-WNCHST Winnebago T-Town of Winchester
WNT-WNCN Winnebago T-Town of Winneconne
WNT-WOLFR Winnebago T-Town of Wolf River
X-AD-I-ADA X-Adams-City of Adams
X-AD-T-ADA X-Adams-Town of Adams
X-AD-BIGFL X-Adams-Town of Big Flats
X-AD-COLBN X-Adams-Town of Colburn
X-AD-DELLP X-Adams-Town of Dell Prairie
X-AD-EAST X-Adams-Town of Easton
X-AD-JACK X-Adams-Town of Jackson
X-AD-LEOLA X-Adams-Town of Leola
X-AD-LINC X-Adams-Town of Lincoln
X-AD-MON X-Adams-Town of Monroe
X-AD-CHEST X-Adams-Town of New Chester
X-AD-NEWH X-Adams-Town of Newhaven
X-AD-PREST X-Adams-Town of Preston
X-AD-QUIN X-Adams-Town of Quincy
X-AD-RICH X-Adams-Town of Richfield
X-AD-ROME X-Adams-Town of Rome
X-AD-SPRIN X-Adams-Town of Springville
X-AD-STRPR X-Adams-Town of Strong Prairie
X-CA-APLTN X-Calumet-City of Appleton in CA County
X-CA-I-BRI X-Calumet-City of Brillion
X-CA-I-CHI X-Calumet-City of Chilton
X-CA-MNASH X-Calumet-City of Menasha in CA County
X-CA-I-NEW X-Calumet-City of New Holstein
X-CA-T-BRI X-Calumet-Town of Brillion
X-CA-T-BRO X-Calumet-Town of Brothertown
X-CAT-CHAR X-Calumet-Town of Charleston
X-CA-T-CHI X-Calumet-Town of Chilton
X-CA-T-NEW X-Calumet-Town of New Holstein
X-CAT-RANT X-Calumet-Town of Rantoul
X-CA-T-STO X-Calumet-Town of Stockbridge
X-CAT-WOOD X-Calumet-Town of Woodville
X-CA-I-HAR X-Calumet-Village of Harrison
X-CA-I-HIL X-Calumet-Village of Hilbert
X-CA-I-POT X-Calumet-Village of Potter
X-CA-I-SHE X-Calumet-Village of Sherwood
X-CA-I-STO X-Calumet-Village of Stockbridge
X-CO-CAMB X-Columbia-Village of Cambria
X-CO-COL X-Columbia-City of Columbus
X-COI-FALL X-Columbia-Village-Fall River
X-CO-I-FRI X-Columbia-Village-Friesland
X-COI-LODI X-Columbia-City of Lodi
X-CO-I-POY X-Columbia-Village of Poynette
X-COI-RAN X-Columbia-Village of Randolph
X-CO-I-RIO X-Columbia-Village of Rio
X-COI-WISD X-Columbia-City of Wisconsin Dells
X-CO-PARD X-Columbia-Village of Pardeeville
X-CO-PORT X-Columbia-City of Portage
X-CO-SCOTT X-Columbia-Town of Scott
X-CO-T-COU X-Columbia-Town of Courtland
X-CO-T-DEK

X-Columbia-Town of Dekorra

X-CO-T-FOR X-Columbia-Town of Fort Winnebago
X-CO-T-HAM X-Columbia-Town of Hampden
X-COT-LEED X-Columbia-Town of Leeds
X-CO-T-LEW X-Columbia-Town of Lewiston
X-CO-T-MAR X-Columbia-Town of Marcellon
X-CO-T-NEW X-Columbia-Town of Newport
X-CO-T-OTS X-Columbia-Town of Otsego
X-CO-T-PAC X-Columbia-Town of Pacific
X-CO-T-RAN X-Columbia-Town of Randolph
X-CO-T-SPR X-Columbia-Town of Springvale
X-CO-T-WEY X-Columbia-Town of Weyocena
X-DOI-BVD X-Dodge-City of Beaver Dam
X-DO-I-FOX X-Dodge-City of Fox Lake
X-DOI-HORI X-Dodge-City of Horicon
X-DOI-JUN X-Dodge-City of Juneau
X-DOI-MAY X-Dodge-City of Mayville
X-DOI-WAPN X-Dodge-City of Waupun
X-DOT-BVD X-Dodge-Town of Beaver Dam
X-DOT-BURN X-Dodge-Town of Burnett
X-DO-T-CHE X-Dodge-Town of Chester
X-DO-T-CLY X-Dodge-Town of Clyman
X-DO-T-FOX X-Dodge-Town of Fox Lake
X-DOT-HUB X-Dodge-Town of Hubbard
X-DO-T-LER X-Dodge-Town of Leroy
X-DO-T-LOM X-Dodge-Town of Lomira
X-DOT-LOW X-Dodge-Town of Lowell
X-DOT-OAKG X-Dodge-Town of Oak Grove
X-DOT-THER X-Dodge-Town of Theresa
X-DO-T-TRE X-Dodge-Town of Trenton
X-DOT-WEST X-Dodge-Town of Westford
X-DOI-THER X-Dodge-Village of Theresa
X-DOI-BROW X-Dodge-Village of Brownsville
X-DO-I-LOM X-Dodge-Village of Lomira
X-DOI-RAN X-Dodge-Village of Randolph
X-OU-APLTN X-Outagamie City of Appleton
X-OUI-KAUK X-Outagamie City of Kaukauna
X-OUI-NLON X-Outagamie City of New London
X-OUI-SEYM X-Outagamie City of Seymour
X-OUT-BLAC X-Outagamie Town of Black Creek
X-OUT-BOV X-Outagamie Town of Bovinia
X-OU-T-BUC X-Outagamie Town of Buchanan
X-OU-T-CEN X-Outagamie Town of Center
X-OUT-CICE X-Outagamie Town of Cicero
X-OU-T-DAL X-Outagamie Town of Dale
X-OUT-DEER X-Outagamie Town of Deer Creek
X-OU-T-ELL X-Outagamie Town of Ellington
X-OU-T-FRE X-Outagamie Town of Freedom
X-OU-TGRAN X-Outagamie Town of Grand Chute
X-OU-TGREE X-Outagamie Town of Greenville
X-OU-T-HOR X-Outagamie Town of Hortonia
X-OU-T-KAU X-Outagamie Town of Kaukauna
X-OUT-LIBT X-Outagamie Town of Liberty
X-OUT-MAIN X-Outagamie Town of Maine
X-OUT-MAPL X-Outagamie Town of Maple Creek
X-OUT-ONEI X-Outagamie Town of Oneida
X-OUT-OSB X-Outagamie Town of Osborn
X-OUT-SEYM X-Outagamie Town of Seymour
X-OU-T-VAN X-Outagamie Town of Vandenbroek
X-OUI-BLAC X-Outagamie Village of Black Creek
X-OUI-COMB X-Outagamie Village of Combined Locks
X-OUI-HAR X-Outagamie Village of Harrison
X-OUI-HORT X-Outagamie Village of Hortonville
X-OUI-KIMB X-Outagamie Village of Kimberly
X-OUI-LCHU X-Outagamie Village of Little Chute
X-OUI-NICH X-Outagamie Village of Nichols
X-OUI-SHIO X-Outagamie Village of Shiocton
X-OUI-WRIG X-Outagamie Village of Wrightstown
X-POI-PORT X-Portage-City of Portage
X-POI-STEV X-Portage-City of Stevens Point
X-PO-T-ALM X-Portage-Town of Almond
X-POI-AMH X-Portage-Village of Amherst
X-POI-AMHJ X-Portage-Village of Amherst Junction
X-POT-BELM X-Portage-Town of Belmont
X-POT-BUEN X-Portage-Town of Buena Vista
X-POT-CARS X-Portage-Town of Carson
X-POT-GRAN X-Portage-Town of Grant
X-POT-HULL X-Portage-Town of Hull
X-POT-LANA X-Portage-Town of Lanark
X-POT-LINW X-Portage-Town of Linwood
X-POT-NHOP X-Portage-Town of New Hope
X-POT-PINE X-Portage-Town of Pine Grove
X-PO-I-ALM X-Portage-Village of Almond
X-POT-AMH

X-Portage-Town of Amherst

X-PO-I-PLO X-Portage-Village of Plover
X-POI-WHIT X-Portage-Village of Whiting
X-SHI-PLYM X-Sheboygan-City of Plymouth
X-SHI-SHEB X-Sheboygan-City of Sheboygan
X-SHT-CASC X-Sheboygan-Town of Cascade
X-SH-T-GRE X-Sheboygan-Town of Greenbush
X-SHT-HERM X-Sheboygan-Town of Herman
X-SHT-LYND X-Sheboygan-Town of Lyndon
X-SH-T-MIT X-Sheboygan-Town of Mitchell
X-SHT-PLYM X-Sheboygan-Town of Plymouth
X-SHT-RHIN X-Sheboygan-Town of Rhine
X-SH-T-RUS X-Sheboygan-Town of Russell
X-SH-T-SCO X-Sheboygan-Town of Scott
X-SHT-SHRM X-Sheboygan-Town of Sherman
X-SHT-WILS X-Sheboygan-Town of Wilson
X-SHI-CASC X-Sheboygan-Village of Cascade
X-SHI-GLEN X-Sheboygan-Village of Glenbeulah
X-SHI-OOST X-Sheboygan-Village of Oostburg
X-WSI-WEST X-Washington-City of West Bend
X-WST-ADDI X-Washington-Town of Addison
X-WS-T-BAR X-Washington-Town of Bartonville
X-WST-ERIN X-Washington-Town of Erin
X-WST-FARM X-Washington-Town of Farmington
X-WST-HART X-Washington-Town of Hartford
X-WS-T-KEW X-Washington-Town of Kewaskum
X-WST-POLK X-Washington-Town of Polk
X-WS-T-WAY X-Washington-Town of Wayne
X-WST-WEST X-Washington-Town of West Bend
X-WSI-GERM X-Washington-Village of Germantown
X-WSI-HART X-Washington-Village of Hartford
X-WSI-JACK X-Washington-Village of Jackson
X-WS-I-KEW X-Washington-Village of Kewaskum
X-WSI-NEWB X-Washington-Village of Newburg
X-WSI-RICH X-Washington-Village of Richfield
X-WSI-SLIN X-Washington-Village of Slinger
X-WPI-CLIN X-Waupaca-City of Clintonville
X-WPI-MANA X-Waupaca-City of Manawa
X-WPI-MARI X-Waupaca-City of Marion
X-WPI-NLON X-Waupaca-City of New London
X-WPI-WAUP X-Waupaca-City of Waupaca
X-WP-I-WEY X-Waupaca-City of Weyauwega
X-WPT-BEAR X-Waupaca-Town of Bear Creek
X-WP-T-CAL X-Waupaca-Town of Caledonia
X-WP-T-DAY X-Waupaca-Town of Dayton
X-WPT-FARM X-Waupaca-Town of Farmington
X-WP-T-FRE X-Waupaca-Town of Fremont
X-WPT-HAR X-Waupaca-Town of Harrison
X-WPT-IOLA X-Waupaca-Town of Iola
X-WPT-LAR X-Waupaca-Town of Larrabee
X-WPT-LEB X-Waupaca-Town of Lebanon
X-WP-T-LIN X-Waupaca-Town of Lind
X-WPT-LWOL X-Waupaca-Town of Little Wolf
X-WPT-MATT X-Waupaca-Town of Matteson
X-WPT-MUKW X-Waupaca-Town of Mukwa
X-WPT-ROY X-Waupaca-Town of Royalton
X-WPT-SCAN X-Waupaca-Town of Scandanavia
X-WPT-SLAW X-Waupaca-Town of St Lawrence
X-WPT-UNIO X-Waupaca-Town of Union
X-WPT-WAUP X-Waupaca-Town of Waupaca
X-WP-T-WEY X-Waupaca-Town of Weyauwega
X-WP-I-FRE X-Waupaca-Village of Fremont
X-WPI-IOLA X-Waupaca-Village of Iola
X-WPI-OGDN X-Waupaca-Village of Ogdensburg
X-OTHER-WI X-Other Wisconsin
X-OUTSTATE X-Out of State

Codes for non-Winnefox counties

Adams County

X-AD-BIGFL X-Adams-Town of Big Flats
X-AD-I-ADA X-Adams-City of Adams
X-AD-T-ADA X-Adams-Town of Adams
X-AD-COLBN X-Adams-Town of Colburn
X-AD-DELLP X-Adams-Town of Dell Prairie
X-AD-EAST X-Adams-Town of Easton
X-AD-JACK X-Adams-Town of Jackson
X-AD-LEOLA X-Adams-Town of Leola
X-AD-LINC X-Adams-Town of Lincoln
X-AD-MON X-Adams-Town of Monroe
X-AD-CHEST X-Adams-Town of New Chester
X-AD-NEWH X-Adams-Town of Newhaven
X-AD-PREST X-Adams-Town of Preston
X-AD-QUIN X-Adams-Town of Quincy
X-AD-RICH X-Adams-Town of Richfield
X-AD-ROME X-Adams-Town of Rome
X-AD-SPRIN X-Adams-Town of Springville
X-AD-STRPR X-Adams-Town of Strong Prairie

 

Calumet County

X-CA-APLTN X-Calumet-City of Appleton in CA County
X-CA-I-BRI X-Calumet-City of Brillion
X-CA-I-CHI X-Calumet-City of Chilton
X-CA-MNASH X-Calumet-City of Menasha in CA County
X-CA-I-NEW X-Calumet-City of New Holstein
X-CA-T-BRI X-Calumet-Town of Brillion
X-CA-T-BRO X-Calumet-Town of Brothertown
X-CAT-CHAR X-Calumet-Town of Charleston
X-CA-T-CHI X-Calumet-Town of Chilton
X-CA-T-HAR X-Calumet-Town of Harrison
X-CA-T-NEW X-Calumet-Town of New Holstein
X-CAT-RANT X-Calumet-Town of Rantoul
X-CA-T-STO X-Calumet-Town of Stockbridge
X-CAT-WOOD X-Calumet-Town of Woodville
X-CA-I-HAR X-Calumet-Village of Harrison
X-CA-I-HIL X-Calumet-Village of Hilbert
X-CA-I-POT X-Calumet-Village of Potter
X-CA-I-SHE X-Calumet-Village of Sherwood
X-CA-I-STO X-Calumet-Village of Stockbridge

Columbia County

X-CO-COL X-Columbia-City of Columbus
X-COI-LODI X-Columbia-City of Lodi
X-CO-PORT X-Columbia-City of Portage
X-COI-WISC X-Columbia-City of Wisconsin Dells
X-CO-T-COU X-Columbia-Town of Courtland
X-CO-T-DEK X-Columbia-Town of Dekorra
X-CO-T-FOR X-Columbia-Town of Fort Winnebago
X-CO-T-HAM X-Columbia-Town of Hampden
X-COT-LEED X-Columbia-Town of Leeds
X-CO-T-LEW X-Columbia-Town of Lewiston
X-CO-T-MAR X-Columbia-Town of Marcellon
X-CO-T-NEW X-Columbia-Town of Newport
X-CO-T-OTS X-Columbia-Town of Otsego
X-CO-T-PAC X-Columbia-Town of Pacific
X-CO-T-RAN X-Columbia-Town of Randolph
X-CO-SCOTT X-Columbia-Town of Scott
X-CO-T-SPR X-Columbia-Town of Springvale
X-CO-T-WEY X-Columbia-Town of Weyocena
X-CO-CAMB X-Columbia-Village of Cambria
X-CO-PARD X-Columbia-Village of Pardeeville
X-CO-I-POY X-Columbia-Village of Poynette
X-COI-RAN X-Columbia-Village of Randolph
X-CO-I-RIO X-Columbia-Village of Rio
X-COI-FALL X-Columbia-Village-Fall River
X-CO-I-FRI X-Columbia-Village-Friesland

 

Dodge County

X-DOI-BVD X-Dodge-City of Beaver Dam
X-DO-I-FOX X-Dodge-City of Fox Lake
X-DOI-HORI X-Dodge-City of Horicon
X-DOI-JUN X-Dodge-City of Juneau
X-DOI-MAY X-Dodge-City of Mayville
X-DOI-WAPN X-Dodge-City of Waupun
X-DOT-BVD X-Dodge-Town of Beaver Dam
X-DOT-BURN X-Dodge-Town of Burnett
X-DO-T-CHE X-Dodge-Town of Chester
X-DO-T-CLY X-Dodge-Town of Clyman
X-DO-T-FOX X-Dodge-Town of Fox Lake
X-DOT-HUB X-Dodge-Town of Hubbard
X-DO-T-LER X-Dodge-Town of Leroy
X-DO-T-LOM X-Dodge-Town of Lomira
X-DOT-LOW X-Dodge-Town of Lowell
X-DOT-OAKG X-Dodge-Town of Oak Grove
X-DOT-THER X-Dodge-Town of Theresa
X-DO-T-TRE X-Dodge-Town of Trenton
X-DOT-WEST X-Dodge-Town of Westford
X-DOI-THER X-Dodge-Village of Theresa
X-DOI-BROW X-Dodge-Village of Brownsville
X-DO-I-LOM X-Dodge-Village of Lomira
X-DOI-RAN X-Dodge-Village of Randolph

 

Outagamie County

X-OU-APLTN X-Outagamie City of Appleton
X-OUI-KAUK X-Outagamie City of Kaukauna
X-OUI-NLON X-Outagamie City of New London
X-OUI-SEYM X-Outagamie City of Seymour
X-OUT-BLAC X-Outagamie Town of Black Creek
X-OUT-BOV X-Outagamie Town of Bovinia
X-OU-T-BUC X-Outagamie Town of Buchanan
X-OU-T-CEN X-Outagamie Town of Center
X-OUT-CICE X-Outagamie Town of Cicero
X-OU-T-DAL X-Outagamie Town of Dale
X-OUT-DEER X-Outagamie Town of Deer Creek
X-OU-T-ELL X-Outagamie Town of Ellington
X-OU-T-FRE X-Outagamie Town of Freedom
X-OU-TGRAN X-Outagamie Town of Grand Chute
X-OU-TGREE X-Outagamie Town of Greenville
X-OU-T-HOR X-Outagamie Town of Hortonia
X-OU-T-KAU X-Outagamie Town of Kaukauna
X-OUT-LIBT X-Outagamie Town of Liberty
X-OUT-MAIN X-Outagamie Town of Maine
X-OUT-MAPL X-Outagamie Town of Maple Creek
X-OUT-ONEI X-Outagamie Town of Oneida
X-OUT-OSB X-Outagamie Town of Osborn
X-OUT-SEYM X-Outagamie Town of Seymour
X-OU-T-VAN X-Outagamie Town of Vandenbroek
X-OUI-BLAC X-Outagamie Village of Black Creek
X-OUI-COMB X-Outagamie Village of Combined Locks
X-OUI-HAR X-Outagamie Village of Harrison
X-OUI-HORT X-Outagamie Village of Hortonville
X-OUI-KIMB X-Outagamie Village of Kimberly
X-OUI-LCHU X-Outagamie Village of Little Chute
X-OUI-NICH X-Outagamie Village of Nichols
X-OUI-SHIO X-Outagamie Village of Shiocton
X-OUI-WRIG X-Outagamie Village of Wrightstown

 

Portage County

X-POI-PORT X-Portage-City of Portage
X-POI-STEV X-Portage-City of Stevens Point
X-PO-T-ALM X-Portage-Town of Almond
X-POT-AMH X-Portage-Town of Amherst
X-POT-BELM X-Portage-Town of Belmont
X-POT-BUEN X-Portage-Town of Buena Vista
X-POT-CARS X-Portage-Town of Carson
X-POT-GRAN X-Portage-Town of Grant
X-POT-HULL X-Portage-Town of Hull
X-POT-LANA X-Portage-Town of Lanark
X-POT-LINW X-Portage-Town of Linwood
X-POT-NHOP X-Portage-Town of New Hope
X-POT-PINE X-Portage-Town of Pine Grove
X-PO-I-ALM X-Portage-Village of Almond
X-PO-AMH X-Portage-Village of Amherst
X-POI-AMHJ X-Portage-Village of Amherst Junction
X-PO-I-PLO X-Portage-Village of Plover
X-POI-WHIT X-Portage-Village of Whiting

Sheboygan County

X-SHI-PLYM X-Sheboygan-City of Plymouth
X-SHI-SHEB X-Sheboygan-City of Sheboygan
X-SHT-CASC X-Sheboygan-Town of Cascade
X-SH-T-GRE X-Sheboygan-Town of Greenbush
X-SHT-HERM X-Sheboygan-Town of Herman
X-SHT-LYND X-Sheboygan-Town of Lyndon
X-SH-T-MIT X-Sheboygan-Town of Mitchell
X-SHT-PLYM X-Sheboygan-Town of Plymouth
X-SHT-RHIN X-Sheboygan-Town of Rhine
X-SH-T-RUS X-Sheboygan-Town of Russell
X-SH-T-SCO X-Sheboygan-Town of Scott
X-SHT-SHRM X-Sheboygan-Town of Sherman
X-SHT-WILS X-Sheboygan-Town of Wilson
X-SHI-CASC X-Sheboygan-Village of Cascade
X-SHI-GLEN X-Sheboygan-Village of Glenbeulah
X-SHI-OOST X-Sheboygan-Village of Oostburg

Washington County

X-WSI-WEST X-Washington-City of West Bend
X-WST-ADDI X-Washington-Town of Addison
X-WS-T-BAR X-Washington-Town of Bartonville
X-WST-ERIN X-Washington-Town of Erin
X-WST-FARM X-Washington-Town of Farmington
X-WST-HART X-Washington-Town of Hartford
X-WS-T-KEW X-Washington-Town of Kewaskum
X-WST-POLK X-Washington-Town of Polk
X-WS-T-WAY X-Washington-Town of Wayne
X-WST-WEST X-Washington-Town of West Bend
X-WSI-GERM X-Washington-Village of Germantown
X-WSI-HART X-Washington-Village of Hartford
X-WSI-JACK X-Washington-Village of Jackson
X-WS-I-KEW X-Washington-Village of Kewaskum
X-WSI-NEWB X-Washington-Village of Newburg
X-WSI-RICH X-Washington-Village of Richfield
X-WSI-SLIN X-Washington-Village of Slinger

 

Waupaca County

X-WPI-CLIN X-Waupaca-City of Clintonville
X-WPI-MANA X-Waupaca-City of Manawa
X-WPI-MARI X-Waupaca-City of Marion
X-WPI-NLON X-Waupaca-City of New London
X-WPI-WAUP X-Waupaca-City of Waupaca
X-WP-I-WEY X-Waupaca-City of Weyauwega
X-WPT-BEAR X-Waupaca-Town of Bear Creek
X-WP-T-CAL X-Waupaca-Town of Caledonia
X-WP-T-DAY X-Waupaca-Town of Dayton
X-WPT-FARM X-Waupaca-Town of Farmington
X-WP-T-FRE X-Waupaca-Town of Fremont
X-WPT-HAR X-Waupaca-Town of Harrison
X-WPT-IOLA X-Waupaca-Town of Iola
X-WPT-LEB X-Waupaca-Town of Lebanon
X-WP-T-LIN X-Waupaca-Town of Lind
X-WPT-LWOL X-Waupaca-Town of Little Wolf
X-WPT-MATT X-Waupaca-Town of Matteson
X-WPT-MUKW X-Waupaca-Town of Mukwa
X-WPT-ROY X-Waupaca-Town of Royalton
X-WPT-SCAN X-Waupaca-Town of Scandanavia
X-WPT-SLAW X-Waupaca-Town of St Lawrence
X-WPT-UNIO X-Waupaca-Town of Union
X-WPT-WAUP X-Waupaca-Town of Waupaca
X-WP-T-WEY X-Waupaca-Town of Weyauwega
X-WP-I-FRE X-Waupaca-Village of Fremont
X-WPI-IOLA X-Waupaca-Village of Iola
X-WPI-OGDN X-Waupaca-Village of Ogdensburg

Other

X-OTHER-WI X-Other Wisconsin
X-OUTSTATE X-Out of State

Fond du Lac County codes

Name Description
FDI-BRANDN Fond du Lac I-Brandon
FDI-CMPBSP Fond du Lac I-Campbellsprt
FDI-EDEN Fond du Lac I-Eden
FDI-FAIRWT Fond du Lac I-Fairwater
FDI-FDL Fond du Lac I-Fond du Lac
FDI-MTCALV Fond du Lac I-Mt. Calvary
FDI-NFDL Fond du Lac I-North Fond du Lac
FDI-OAKFLD Fond du Lac I-Oakfield
FDI-RIPON Fond du Lac I-Ripon
FDI-ROSNDL Fond du Lac I-Rosedale
FDI-STCLD Fond du Lac I-St. Cloud
FDI-WAUPUN Fond du Lac I-Waupun
FDI-WAUPX Fond du Lac I-Waupun in Dodge County
FDS-RIPNST Fond du Lac Special-Ripon Student
FDT-ALTO Fond du Lac T-Town of Alto
FDT-ASHFRD Fond du Lac T-Town of Ashford
FDT-AUBURN Fond du Lac T-Town of Auburn
FDT-BYRON Fond du Lac T-Town of Byron
FDT-CALUMT Fond du Lac T-Town of Calumet
DT-EDEN Fond du Lac T-Town of Eden
FDT-ELDORD Fond du Lac T-Town of Eldorado
FDT-EMPIRE Fond du Lac T-Town of Empire
FDT-FDL Fond du Lac T-Town of Fond du Lac
FDT-FOREST Fond du Lac T-Town of Forest
FDT-FRNDSP Fond du Lac T-Town of Friendship
FDT-LAMRTN Fond du Lac T-Town of Lamartine
FDT-MARSH Fond du Lac T-Town of Marshfield
FDT-METOMN Fond du Lac T-Town of Metomen
FDT-OAKFLD Fond du Lac T-Town of Oakfield
FDT-OSEOLA Fond du Lac T-Town of Osceola
FDT-RIPON Fond du Lac T-Town of Ripon
FDT-ROSNDL Fond du Lac T-Town of Rosendale
FDT-SPRNGV Fond du Lac T-Town of Springvale
FDT-TAYCH Fond du Lac T-Town of Taycheetah
FDT-WAUPN Fond du Lac T-Town of Waupun
FDT-XUNKWN Z-Fond du Lac T-Unknown Town

Green Lake County codes

Name Description
GLI-BERLIN Green Lake I-Berlin
GLI-GREENL Green Lake I-Green Lake
GLI-KINGST Green Lake I-Kingston
GLI-MARKSN Green Lake I-Markesan
GLI-MARQT Green Lake I-Marquette
GLI-PRINCT Green Lake I-Princeton
LT-BERLIN Green Lake T-Town of Berlin
GLT-BRKLN Green Lake T-Town of Brooklyn
GLT-GRNLK Green Lake T-Town of Green Lake
GLT-KINGST Green Lake T-Town of Kingston
GLT-MACKFD Green Lake T-Town of Mackford
GLT-MNCHST Green Lake T-Town of Manchester
GLT-MRQTTE Green Lake T-Town of Marquette
GLT-PRNCTN Green Lake T-Town of Princeton
GLT-SENECA Green Lake T-Town of Seneca
GLT-SATMAR Green Lake T-Town of St. Marie

Marquette County codes

Name Description
MQI-ENDEAV Marquette I-Endeavor
MQI-MONTLL Marquette I-Montello
MQI-NESHKR Marquette I-Neshkoro
MQI-OXFORD Marquette I-Oxford
MQI-WESTFD Marquette I-Westfield
MQT-BUFFLO Marquette T-Town of Buffalo
MQT-CRYSLK Marquette T-Town of Crystal Lake
MQT-DOUGLS Marquette T-Town of Douglas
MQT-HARRIS Marquette T-Town of Harris
MQT-MECAN Marquette T-Town of Mecan
MQT-MONTEL Marquette T-Town of Montello
MQT-MOUNDV Marquette T-Town of Moundville
MQT-NESHKR Marquette T-Town of Neshkoro
MQT-NEWTON Marquette T-Town of Newton
MQT-OXFORD Marquette T-Town of Oxford
MQT-PACKWK Marquette T-Town of Packwaukee
MQT-SHLDS Marquette T-Town of Shields
MQT-SPRNGF Marquette T-Town of Springfield
MQT-WESTFD Marquette T-Town of Westfield

Waushara County codes

Name Description
WAI-BERLIN Waushara I-Berlin in Waushara County
WAI-COLOMA Waushara I-Coloma
WAI-HANCCK Waushara I-Hancock
WAI-LOHRVL Waushara I-Lohrville
WAI-PLNFLD Waushara I-Plainfield
WAI-REDGNT Waushara I-Redgranite
WAI-WAUTOM Waushara I-Wautoma
WAI-WILDRS Waushara I-Wild Rose
WAT-AURORA Waushara T-Town of Aurora
WAT-BLMFLD Waushara T-Town of Bloomfield
WAT-COLOMA Waushara T-Town of Coloma
WAT-DAKOTA Waushara T-Town of Dakota
WAT-DEERFD Waushara T-Town of Deerfield
WAT-HNCOCK Waushara T-Town of Hancock
WAT-LEON Waushara T-Town of Leon
WAT-MARION Waushara T-Town of Marion
WAT-MTMOR Waushara T-Town of Mount Morris
WAT-OASIS Waushara T-Town of Oasis
WAT-PLNFLD Waushara T-Town of Plainfield
WAT-POYSIP Waushara T-Town of Poy Sippi
WAT-RCHFD Waushara T-Town of Richfield
WAT-ROSE Waushara T-Town of Rose
WAT-SAXEVL Waushara T-Town of Saxeville
WAT-SPRNWT Waushara T-Town of Springwater
WAT-WARREN Waushara T-Town of Warren
WAT-WAUTMA Waushara T-Town of Wautoma

Winnebago County codes

Name Description
WNI-APLTON Winnebago I-Appleton in WN County
WNI-MENASH Winnebago I-Menasha
WNI-NEENAH Winnebago I-Neenah
WNI-OMRO Winnebago I-Omro
WNI-OSH-C Winnebago I-Oshkosh Central
WNI-OSH-E Winnebago I-Oshkosh East
WNI-OSH-S Winnebago I-Oshkosh South
WNI-OSH-W Winnebago I-Oshkosh West
WNI-FOXCR Winnebago I-Village of Fox Crossing
WNI-WINNCN Winnebago I-Village of Winneconne
WNT-ALGOMA Winnebago T-Town of Algoma
WNT-BLCKWF Winnebago T-Town of Black Wolf
WNT-CLAYTN Winnebago T-Town of Clayton
WNT-NEENAH Winnebago T-Town of Neenah
WNT-NEKIMI Winnebago T-Town of Nekimi
WNT-NEPSKN Winnebago T-Town of Nepeuskun
WNT-OMRO Winnebago T-Town of Omro
WNT-OSHKSH Winnebago T-Town of Oshkosh
WNT-POYGAN Winnebago T-Town of Poygan
WNT-RUSHFD Winnebago T-Town of Rushford
WNT-UTICA Winnebago T-Town of Utica
WNT-VINELD Winnebago T-Town of Vinland
WNT-WNCHST Winnebago T-Town of Winchester
WNT-WNCN Winnebago T-Town of Winneconne
WNT-WOLFR Winnebago T-Town of Wolf River

User category 2 codes-county of the user

The user category 2 field is for the county of the user.  We code only for counties within Wisconsin.  There is an OUTOFSTATE code for non-Wisconsin counties.

ADAMS Adams County
ASHLAND Ashland County
BARRON Barron County
BAYFIELD Bayfield County
BROWN Brown County
BUFFALO Buffalo County
BURNETT Burnett County
CALUMET Calumet County
CHIPPEWA Chippewa County
CLARK Clark County
COLUMBIA Columbia County
CRAWFORD Crawford County
DANE Dane County
DODGE Dodge County
DOOR Door County
DOUGLAS Douglas County
DUNN Dunn County
EAU CLAIRE Eau Claire County
FLORENCE Florence County
FONDDULAC Fond du Lac County
FOREST Forest County
GRANT Grant County
GREEN Green County
GREENLAKE Green Lake County
IOWA Iowa County
IRON Iron County
JACKSON Jackson County
JEFFERSON Jefferson County
JUNEAU Juneau County
KENOSHA Kenosha County
KEWAUNEE Kewaunee County
LACROSSE La Crosse County
LAFAYETTE Lafayette County
LANGLADE Langlade County
LINCOLN Lincoln County
MANITOWOC Manitowoc County
MARATHON Marathon County
MARINETTE Marinette County
MARQUETTE Marquette County
MENOMINEE Menomonee County
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee County
MONROE Monroe County
OCONTO Oconto County
ONEIDA Oneida County
OUTAGAMIE Outagamie County
OUTOFSTATE Out of State
OZAUKEE Ozaukee County
PEPIN Pepin County
PIERCE Pierce County
POLK Polk County
PORTAGE Portage County
PRICE Price County
RACINE Racine County
RICHLAND Richland County
ROCK Rock County
RUSK Rusk County
SAUK Sauk County
SAWYER Sawyer County
SHAWANO Shawano County
SHEBOYGAN Sheboygan County
STCROIX St. Croix County
TAYLOR Taylor County
TREMPEALEU Trempealeu County
UNKNOWN Unknown
VERNON Vernon County
VILAS Vilas County
WALWORTH Walworth County
WASHBURN Washburn County
WASHINGTON Washington County
WAUKESHA Waukesha County
WAUPACA Waupaca County
WAUSHARA Waushara County
WINNEBAGO Winnebago County
WOOD Wood County

User profile fields

The Profile field in the patron record is used with the circulation map to control the checkout of library material.

Most libraries use the profile of Public for most of their users. This profile has a $5.00 fine threshold. Above that amount, the user is blocked from checking out items and placing holds. The Public2 profile (used by Neenah, Menasha, and Ripon) has a threshold hold of $10.00. The Public3 profile (used only by Markesan) also has a threshold of $5.00, but has a 12 month expiration date.

Other profiles are used for specific types of patrons or situations. The profiles listed below are used with patrons. There are other profiles in the drop-down list in the software, but the others are NOT counted in circulation reports and are NOT to be used for patrons. The others are used by the Symphony software or for in-house staff transactions.

Profiles for patron records:

User Profile Loan Period Fine Rate Maximum Fine Maximum Holds Maximum Checkouts Card Expiration Overdue Threshold Bill Threshold
BUSINESS* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 50 items 100 items 16 months 20 items $5.00
DEPOSIT 60 days No fine No fine 50 items 150 items No expiration 50 items $500.00
HOMEBOUND 60 days No fine No fine 50 items 100 items No expiration 20 items $500.00
J-RESTRICT* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 50 items 100 items 16 months 20 items $5.00
LIMITED* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 5 items 10 items 16 months 3 items $5.00
LIMITED3* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 3 items 3 items 16 months 3 items $5.00
PUBLIC* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 50 items 100 items 16 months 20 items $5.00
PUBLIC2* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 50 items 100 items 36 months 20 items $10.00
PUBLIC3* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 50 items 100 items 12 months 20 items $5.00
REMOVE** No Loans Allowed N/A $0.00 0 Items 0 Items Never Expires 0 Items $0.00
STAFF* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* Rules set by each library* 50 items 100 items 16 months 20 items $5.00
TEACHER 28 days No fine No fine 50 items 150 items 16 months 50 items $250.00

*The circulation rules are based on the Item Type of the item being checked out and are the same for each of these user Profiles.
**Used for patrons entered in error, deceased, duplicates, etc. Any patron record with a profile listed in this table that can be gotten rid of.

There are also separate rules for J-RESTRICT that limit, based on Item Type, what that Profile is allowed to check out.

The Overdue Threshold is the maximum number of items that can be overdue on the card. When the Overdue Threshold is reached, the card is Blocked.

All the above are allowed to renew their cards online.


Other Profiles of note: These are NOT to be used for patrons. LIBRARYUSE is for inhouse use. ONLINEREG is automatically assigned to patrons who register online. 

User Profile Loan Period Fine Rate Maximum Fine Maximum Holds Maximum Checkouts Card Expiration Overdue Threshold Bill Threshold
LIBRARYUSE Unlimited No fine None Unlimited Unlimited Never Expires None None
ONLINEREG No Checkouts Allowed No Checkouts Allowed N/A 10 0 Items 30 days 0 Items $5.00

 

 

 

Updated May 10, 2019 -- Karla Smith

 

Links for Finding Where Patrons Live

There are a number of online sites that can be used to do an address search to determine the political jurisdiction of that address.

 

Online Patron Registration

Online User Registration--Staff Procedures

When the patron comes in to complete their registration, they hopefully will have brought the confirmation email with them. This includes their temp ID.  If they don’t have it, that’s fine—you don’t really need it, it is just to make it easier to find their temporary record.

Basically, you will want to treat them like a new registration—following your library’s procedures for registering new patrons. The main difference is that, when you look them up to make sure they don’t already have a card, they will already have a card with a temporary 6-digit number.

Staff need to:

  • Issue a physical card with a normal 13/14-digit barcode
  • Modify the patron’s temporary User ID number with their new card number
  • Confirm patron’s phone, email, library; UserCats 1,2,3; Birthdate, and any other fields for a new user registration
  • Verify identity/proof of address
  • Ask if they want to track checkouts (Charge History). If not, set Charge History to NOHISTORY
  • Ask if they have placed any holds in Overdrive. If so, you will need to follow the procedures for Overdrive whenever a patron gets a new card.

Any other library-specific procedures for your library.

This is likely to vary by library, but I would suggest that staff give the patron your usual registration form and to tell the patron “You don’t need to fill out the address portion again, just fill in the other parts and sign.”


Online User Registration – Technical Details

 

Online User Registration is comprised of two parts: An online form and two verification scripts.

Part 1: The online form

  • The online form is very basic—asks for Name, Address, Phone, Birthdate, PIN, Email, and Library. 
  • It will only allow users whose zip codes are in our service area to register.
  • It will block duplicates based on Name and if Names match, then on Address. 
  • It generates an automatic barcode with a special User Profile of ONLINEREG. 
  • This profile is limited to placing 10 holds, is not allowed to check out materials (but can access online materials), cannot renew online, and expires after 30 days.

Part 2: The verification scripts

  • The script verifies that the address entered is a valid address.
  • It inserts a Usercat 1. If that patron lives in one of our 5 counties, it inserts Usercat 2 also.
  • It produces a list of registered users whose addresses are not found in American FactFinder. This doesn’t mean they are invalid—just that FactFinder couldn’t find the address as entered.
  • There are many valid reasons that FactFinder couldn’t find the address as entered. Here are some of the more common reasons:
    • Apartment information format
    • Mis-spelling of street name
    • Spaces or other characters in spots where FactFinder doesn’t expect them

Staff need to go through the list of online registrations that FactFinder couldn’t find and determine the reason and fix up the temporary record.

Once the temporary record is in the database, the patron can access Overdrive, most databases, and place holds.

The patron still needs to come into the library and verify their address before they can check out any physical materials.  ONLINEREG patrons cannot renew their accounts online.

Barcoding-Title and copy records

Barcoding-When the title is IN the database

Barcoding refers to adding a library's own copy of an item to a title that already exists in the database. In general this involves entering only item-specific information, such as Item Type, Home Location, Item Categories, etc. Here is a document for barcoding a copy when the title is ALREADY in the database (updated on January 6, 2016 to include Item Category 3. Updated August 22, 2017 with Item Category 4).

If libraries have multiple items to add of the same type (ex: a stack of DVDs), properties can be set to streamline the adding of copies; instructions for setting properties can be found in this document: Setting Properties.

If additional help is needed with barcoding, contact Stephanie Thomas at the Oshkosh Public Library.  WTCS members may also contact Cindy Wallace at WCTS.

 

Barcoding-When the title is NOT in the database

If a library needs to add an item, and a title record is not already in the database, they need to enter a Short Title Record. Instructions for how to do so can be found here: Creating Short Title Records.

If libraries feel comfortable doing so, there are additional fields that can be entered in the short record, found in this document: Advanced Title Record Creation.

If libraries have multiple titles to add of the same type (ex: a stack of DVDs), properties can be set to streamline the adding of copies; instructions for setting properties can be found in this document: Setting Properties.

Libraries should note that as they add a short record, most of these records are completely overlaid by a fully cataloged record by OS-TECH. The information entered in a short record, therefore, will first help OS-TECH locate the correct record to overlay, and help patrons in locating the item before it has a full record. For this reason, Winnefox does not recommend libraries enter Subject Headings for short records; any that are entered will be removed when the short record is overlaid, and as Subject Headings require a specific format to be searchable in the catalog, adding them might not be any more useful to patrons. If a library does desire Subject Headings on a particular record, they are encouraged to fill out the Database Change Request form for them.

If additional help is needed, contact Stephanie Thomas at the Oshkosh Public Library.  WCTS members may also contact Cindy Wallace at WCTS.

Reporting database problems and requesting changes

Use the Database Change Request form to

  • report problems with titles in the database, and
  • to request changes such as the addition of subject headings. 

The form is automatically sent to Stephanie Thomas (SThomas@oshkoshpuliclibrary.org) at Oshkosh Tech Services.

Call numbers

Here is a document describing policies for applying call numbers to items.

If additional help is needed, contact Stephanie Thomas at the Oshkosh Public Library.  WTCS members may also contact Cindy Wallace at WCTS.

Copy records (Items)

Default item prices

When an item goes missing or lost, and does not contain a price in its item record, the system charges the user a default price based on the general Item Type:

Item Type

Description Default Price
AV Audio-visual $60.00
AV-EQUIP Audio-visual equipment $50.00
BOOK Book $20.00
BOOK-LH Book-Local Hold $20.00
BOOK-NH Book-No Hold $20.00
CASSETTE Cassette $15.00
CASS-LH Cassette-Local Hold $15.00
CD CD $12.00
CD-LH CD-Local Hold $12.00
CD-BOOK CD-Book $40.00
CD-BOOK-LH CD-Book-Local Hold $40.00
CD-ROM CD-ROM $45.00
CD-ROM-LH CD-ROM-Local Hold $45.00
DIGITAL Digital (Playaways, etc) $60.00
DIGITAL-LH Digital (Playaways) - Local Hold $60.00
DVD DVD $15.00
DVD-LH DVD-Local Hold $15.00
DVD-NH DVD-No Hold $15.00
ILL-BOOK Interlibrary Loan Item $100.00
JBOOK Children's Book $12.00
JBOOK-LH Children's Book-Local Hold $12.00
JBOOK-NH Children's Book-No Hold $12.00
JCASSETTE Children's Cassette $15.00
JCASS-LH Children's Cassette-Local Hold $15.00
JCD Children's CD $12.00
JCD-LH Children's CD-Local Hold $12.00
JCD-BOOK Children's CD-Book $25.00
JCD-BOOKLH Children's CD-Book-Local Hold $25.00
JCD-ROM Children's CD-ROM $45.00
JCD-ROM-LH Children's CD-ROM-Local Hold $45.00
JDIGITAL Children's Digital $60.00
JDIGITALLH Children's Digital - Local Hold $60.00
JDVD Children's DVD $15.00
JDVD-LH Children's DVD-Local Hold $15.00
JDVD-NH Children's DVD-No Hold $15.00
JKIT Children's Kit $25.00
JMAGAZINE Children's Magazine $5.00
JNEW-BOOK Children's New Book $12.00
JSPECIAL Children's Puppet/Puzzle/Game $20.00
JVIDEO Children's Video $15.00
JVIDEO-LH Children's Video-Local Hold $15.00
KIT Adult Kit $25.00
LONG-NH Long-Loan-No Hold $20.00
MAGAZINE Magazine $5.00
MAG-LH Magazine $5.00
MICROFORM Microform $100.00
NEW-BOOK New book $20.00
NEWSPAPER Newspaper $2.00
PAMPHLET Pamphlet $2.00
REF-BOOK Reference Item $80.00
SHORTLOAN ShortLoan Item $20.00
UI-LOST Unreturned Item-DRA $50.00
UNKNOWN Other $0.00
VIDEO Video $15.00
VIDEO-LH Video-Local Hold $15.00

Item categories

Item Categories are used to limit searches in the catalog.  They are also used to generate monthly statistics for libraries.

Item Category 1 is for the broad type of material.

Item Category 2 is for the age/reading level of the material:  ADULT, JUVENILE, or YA-TEEN.

Item Category 3 is for content of the material: FICTION, NONFICTION, or UNKNOWN

Item Category 4 is for how material circulates: whether the item is for CIRCulating,  or for INHOUSE use.  CIRC is for items that leave the building. INHOUSE is for items that do not leave the building and are not counted as circulation for statistics, but are checked out to patrons to keep track of them (ie, an INHOUSE laptop).

Item Category Tables

Item Category 1

Table of all Item Category 1 values:

Item Category 1 Description in Catalog
BOOK Book
CASSETTE Cassette/Tape
CD CD
CD-ROM CD-ROM
DVD DVD
E-AUDIOBK Electronic Audio Book
E-BOOK Electronic Book
E-MUSIC Electronic Music
EQUIP Equipment
E-READER Electronic Reading Device
E-VIDEO Electronic Video
GAME Video Game
KIT-AV Kit-Special AV
LARGEPRINT Large Print/Large Type
MAGAZINE Magazine
OTHER Other
PLAYAWAY Audio Device (Playaway)
SCORE Musical Score
UNKNOWN Unknown
VIDEO Video

 

Unobvious Item Category 1s

When barcoding materials, it can be difficult to tell which Item Category 1 to use for some materials. Follow the table below:

Item Being Barcoded Item Category 1 Used
A large print book LARGEPRINT (not BOOK)
A book of music SCORE
Playaway device PLAYAWAY
CD with a recorded book on it CD-BOOK (not CD)
CD with recorded book on it, with a copy of the printed book (usually a children's item) CD-BOOK
A recorded book in an MP3 format CD-BOOK
An MP3 formatted music CD CD
A DVD with accompanying material (Item Type may be KIT) DVD
Equipment OTHER

 

Item home locations as shown in WorkFlows

The list below shows item home locations sorted by the policy name in WorkFlows.  For most of the locations, the description is what displays in the catalog.  For a few, special programming is used to control the display in the catalog.  This is done especially for items that are local hold.

The ones with the strike through are not available as a selection option when an item is barcoded.  Some are for materials no longer being added to library collections, such as cassettes, and other are for locations used by the system, such as LOST-ASSUM.

An Excel file of the list is available if needed by a library to create  a list of just the locations used by the library.

Name in WorkFlows      Description in the Catalog
AUDIO Z Adult Recording
AUDIOBOOK Adult Audio Book
AVAIL_SOON Z Available soon
BASEMT-REF Basement Reference
BASEMT-VID Z Basement Video
BASEMT-WIS Basement Wisconsin
BINDERY Z At Bindery
BIOGRAPHY Adult Biography
BOOKBIKE On Library BookBike
BOOKCLUB Adult Book Club
CASS-BKNF Adult Book on Tape--Nonfiction
CASS-BOOK Adult Book on Tape
CASSETTE Adult Cassette
CASS-MUSIC Z Adult Music Cassette
CATALOGING Being Cataloged
CD Adult CD
CD-BOOK Adult Book on CD
CD-BOOKFIC Adult Book on CD--Fiction
CD-BOOKMYS Adult Book on CD--Mystery
CD-BOOKNF Adult Book on CD--Nonfiction
CD-BOOKSF Adult Book on CD--Science Fiction
CD-BOOKWST Adult Book on CD--Western
CD-CLASS Adult Music CD--Classical
CD-JAZZ Adult Music CD--Jazz
CD-MUSICAL Adult Music CD--Musical
CD-POP Adult Music CD--Pop
CD-ROM Adult CD-ROM
CD-XMAS Adult Music CD--Christmas
CHECKEDOUT Checked Out
CHRISTNFIC Adult Christian/Inspirational Fiction
CLASSIC Adult Classic
COMMINFO Z Community Information Database Record
CONSERV Adult Conservation
CONSUMER Adult Consumer Information
COUGHLIN Coughlin Room
CRAFT Adult Craft
DAMAGED Z Damaged
DISCARD Z Withdrawn
DISCARD2 Z Withdrawn--Shadowed
DISPLAY Adult Display
DISPLAY2 Adult Display Second Floor
DISPLAYNF Adult Display--Nonfiction
DISPLAY-YA Young Adult/Teen Display
DVD Adult DVD
DVD-BLURAY Adult DVD--Blu-ray
DVD-FEATUR Adult DVD--Feature
DVD-NF Adult DVD--Nonfiction
DVD-TV DVD TV Shows
E-AUDIOBK Z Downloadable Audio Book
E-BOOK Z Downloadable Electronic Book
E-MUSIC Z-Downloadable Music
EQUIPMENT Equipment--Ask for Help
E-READER Electronic Book Device--Local Hold
E-VIDEO Z Downloadable video
FANTASY Adult Fiction -- Fantasy
FC Family Resource Center
FC-AUTISM Family Resource Center--Autism Disorders
FC-POTTY Family Resource Center--Toilet/Potty Training
FC-SCHOOL Family Resource Center--Home Schooling
FICTION-BK Adult Fiction
FOREIGN Adult Foreign Language
GAME Adult Video Game--Local Hold
GENEALOGY Adult Genealogy
GEN-GERMAN Adult German Genealogy
GEN-WIS Adult Wisconsin Genealogy
GRAPHIC Adult Graphic Novel
GREEN Green Living Featured Collection
H-4JULY Children's Holiday--4th of July
H-APRFOOL Children's Holiday--April Fool's Day
H-ARBOR Children's Holiday--Arbor Day
H-CHIN-NY Children's Holiday--Chinese New Year
H-CHRISTMA Children's Holiday--Christmas
H-CINCO-DE Children's Holiday--Cinco de Mayo
H-COLUMBUS Children's Holiday--Columbus Day
H-DAYODEAD Children's Holiday--Day of the Dead
H-EARTH Children's Holiday--Earth Day
H-EASTER Children's Holiday--Easter
H-FATHERS Children's Holiday--Father's Day
H-FLAG Children's Holiday--Flag Day
H-GRNDHOG Children's Holiday--Groundhog Day
H-HALLOWEE Children's Holiday--Halloween
H-HANUKAH Children's Holiday--Hanukkah
H-HINDU Children's Holiday--Hindu Festivals
HIST-FIC Z Adult Historical Fiction
H-JEWISH Children's Holiday--Jewish Holidays
H-JUNETEEN Children's Holiday--Juneteenth
H-KWANZAA Children's Holiday--Kwanzaa
H-LABORDAY Children's Holiday--Labor Day
H-MARDIGRA Children's Holiday--Mardi Gras
H-MARTINLK Children's Holiday--Martin Luther King Day
H-MEMORIAL Children's Holiday--Memorial Day
HMONG Z Adult Hmong
HMONG-AV Z Adult Hmong AV
H-MOTHERS Children's Holiday--Mother's Day
H-NEWYEAR Children's Holiday--New Year's Day
HOLDS On hold
HOLDTRANST Hold item going to another library
HOLIDAY Holiday
HOMEWORK Homework
H-PRESIDEN Children's Holiday--President's Day
H-RAMADAN Children's Holiday--Muslim Festivals
H-STPAT Children's Holiday--St. Patrick's Day
H-THANKSGV Children's Holiday--Thanksgiving
H-VALENTIN Children's Holiday--Valentine's Day
H-VETERAN Children's Holiday--Veteran's Day
ILL Checked Out
INFO-DESK Adult Information Desk
INPROCESS Z Being processed
INSHIPPING Z Being shipped to destination
INTRANSIT Z In Transit
J1-2-3 Children's 1-2-3
JABC Children's ABC
JARTHUR Children's Arthur Book
JAUDIO Z Children's Recording
JAWARDBK Children's Award Book
JBEREN Children's Berenstain
JBIG-BOOK Children's Big Book for Storytimes
JBIN Children's Bin
JBIO Children's Biography
JBOARD-BK Children's Board Book--No Holds
JBOOKCLUB Children's Book Club
JCALDECOTT Children's Caldecott Award Book
JCARTOONS Children's Cartoons
JCASS-BK Children's Book on Cassette
JCASSETTE Children's Cassette
JCASS-N-BK Children's Cassette with Book
JCD Children's CD
JCD-BOOK Children's Book on CD
JCD-N-BK Children's CD with Book
JCD-ROM Children's CD-ROMS
JCD-SONGS Children's CD--Songs
JCHAPTERBK Children's Easy Chapter Book
JCLASSIC Z Children's Classics
JCLIFFORD Children's Clifford the Big Red Dog
JCOLORS Children's Colors
JCOMIC Children's Comic Book
JCONCEPT Z Children's Concept Book
JCURIOUS Children's Curious George
JDISNEY Children's Disney
JDISPLAY Children's Display
JDVD Children's DVD
JDVD-ALL Children's DVD--All Ages
JDVD-BLU-R Children's DVD--Blu-Ray
JDVD-DIS Z Children's DVD--Disney
JDVD-ELEM Z Children's DVD--Elementary
JDVD-NONF Children's DVD--Nonfiction
JDVD-PRE Children's DVD--Preschool
JDVD-TV-A Children's DVD Series--All Ages
JDVD-TV-P Children's DVD Series--Preschool
JEASIEST Children's Easiest
JEASIESTPB Children's Easiest Paperback
JEASY-1 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 1
JEASY-2 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 2
JEASY-3 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 3
JEASY-4 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 4
JEASY-NF Children's Easy-to-Read Nonfiction
JEASY-PB Children's Easy Paperback
JEASY-READ Children's Easy to Read
JEASY-RIG Z Children's Rigby Series
JFAIRYTALE Children's Fairy Tales
JFAVORITE Children's Favorite Characters
JFIC-ILLUS Children's Illustrated Fiction
JFICTION Children's Fiction
JFOREIGN Children's Foreign Language
JFRENCH Children's in French
JGAME Juvenile Games
JGERMAN Children's in German
JGOLDIE Children's Golden Oldie
JGRAPHIC Children's Graphic Novel
JHMONG Children's Hmong
JHOLIDAY Children's Holiday
JJAPANESE Children's Japanese
JJOKES Z Children's Joke
JKIT Children's Kit
JLGPRT Children's Large Print/Type
JLITTLEASY Children's Little/Small Easy To Read
JLITTLEPIC Children's Little/Small picture
JLUCKYDAY Children's Lucky Day--No Holds
JLUCKYDVD Children's Lucky Day DVD--No Holds
JMAGAZINE Children's Magazine
JMAGICBUS Children's Magic School Bus Collection
JMOTHGOOSE Z Children's Mother Goose
JMULTI Children's Multilingual
JMYSTERY Z Children's Mystery
JNEW-AV Children's New AV
JNEWBERY Children's Newbery Award Book
JNEW-BOOK Children's New Book
JNEW-CASBK Z Children's New Book on Cassette
JNEWCASNBK Z Children's New Cassette with Book
JNEW-CASS Z Children's New Cassette
JNEW-CD Children's New Compact Disc
JNEW-CD-BK Children's New Book on CD
JNEW-CDNBK Children's New CD with Book
JNEW-CDROM Z Children's New CD-ROM
JNEW-DVD Children's New DVD
JNEW-EASY Children's New Easy to Read
JNEWEASYNF Children's New Easy Nonfiction
JNEW-FIC Children's New Fiction
JNEW-GN Children's New Graphic Novel
JNEW-NF Children's New Nonfiction
JNEW-PICT Children's New Picture Book
JNEW-VID Z Children's New Video
JNONFIC Children's Nonfiction
JNURSERY Children's Nursery Rhyme
JOPPOS Children's Opposites
JOVERSIZE Children's Oversized Book
JPB Children's Paperback
JPB-SERIES Children's Paperback Series
JPHONICS Children's Phonics
JPICTURE Children's Picture Book
JPLAYAWAY Children's Playaway Unit
JPUPPET Children's Puppet
JPUZZLE Children's Puzzle
JREFERENCE Children's Reference
JSEEK&FIND Z Children's Seek and Find
JSEEKFIND Children's Seek and Find
JSESAME Children's Sesame Street
JSEUSS Children's Dr Seuss
JSHAPES Children's Shapes
JSPAN-CASS Children's Cassette in Spanish
JSPAN-CD Children's CD in Spanish
JSPAN-DVD Children's DVD in Spanish
JSPAN-FIC Children's Fiction in Spanish
JSPANISH Children's in Spanish
JSPAN-KIT Z-Children's Kit in Spanish
JSPAN-NONF Children's Non-fiction in Spanish
JSPAN-RDLG Children's Spanish Readalong
JSPAN-VID Children's Video in Spanish
JSPECIAL Children's Special
JSTORYTIME Children's Storytime Material, Staff Use Only
JTOY Children's Toy
JTOY-BK Children's Toy Book
JTWEEN Tweens--between Children's and Teens
JVEHICLES Children's Vehicles
JVID-ALL Children's Video--All Ages
JVID-DIS Children's Video--Disney
JVID-ELEM Children's Video--Elementary
JVIDEO Children's Video
JVID-OVER Z-Children's Oversized Video
JVID-PRE Children's Video--Preschool
JVIETNAM Children's Vietnamese
KIT Adult Kit
LGPRINT Adult Large Print/Type
LGPRT-BIO Adult Large Print/Type--Biography
LGPRT-FIC Adult Large Print/Type--Fiction
LGPRT-MAG Adult Large Print/Type--Magazine
LGPRT-MYS Adult Large Print/Type--Mys/Detective
LGPRT-NEW Adult New Large Print/Type
LGPRT-NF Adult Large Print/Type--Nonfiction
LGPRT-ROM Adult Large Print/Type--Romance
LGPRT-SFI Adult Large Print/Type--Science Fiction
LGPRT-WEST Adult Large Print/Type--Western
LITERACY Literacy/Adult Easy to Read
LOCALHIST Adult Local History
LOCALHISTC Adult Local History--Circulating Collection
LOCK-CASE Adult Reference--Locked Case, Ask for Help
LONGOVRDUE Z-Checked Out--Overdue
LOST Lost
LOST-ASSUM Assumed Lost
LOST-CLAIM Claims Lost
LOST-PAID Long Lost
LUCKY-CD Adult Lucky Day CD--No holds
LUCKY-DAY Adult Lucky Day--No holds
LUCKY-DVD Adult Lucky Day DVD--No Holds
MAGAZINE Adult Magazine
MAGAZINE-C Current Magazine Issue--Does not Circulate
MAKER Makerspace
MICROFORM Adult Microfilm
MISSHOLD Missing
MISSING Missing
MITCHELL Mitchell Collection
MONEY Money Smart
MP-JAV Z-Moraine Park Children's AV--No Holds
MP-JFIC Z-Moraine Park Children's Fiction--No Holds
MP-JNONFIC Z-Moraine Park Children's Non-fiction--No Holds
MP-JSPANAV Z-Moraine Park Children's Spanish AV--No Holds
MP-JSPANBK Z-Moraine Park Children's Spanish Book--No Holds
MP-NONFIC Z-Moraine Park Adult Non-fiction--No Holds
MP-SPANBK Z-Moraine Park Adult Spanish Book--No Holds
MYS-DETECT Adult Fiction--Mystery/Detective
NEW-AUDBK Z-Adult New Audio Book
NEW-AV Z-Adult New AV
NEW-BIO Adult New Biography
NEW-CASS Z-Adult New Cassette
NEW-CASSBK Z-Adult New Book on Tape
NEW-CASSNF Z-Adult New Nonfiction Cassette
NEW-CD Adult New CD
NEW-CDBK Adult New Book on CD
NEW-CHRIST Adult New Christian/Inspirational Fiction
NEW-DVD Adult New DVD
NEW-FANTSY Adult New Fantasy Fiction
NEW-FIC Adult New Fiction
NEW-GRAPH Z-Adult New Graphical Novel
NEW-HIST Z-Adult New Historical Fiction
NEW-MYST Adult New Mystery/Detective
NEW-NONFIC Adult New Nonfiction
NEW-OVRSIZ Adult New Oversize
NEW-PB Adult New Paperback
NEW-ROM Adult New Romance
NEW-SCIFI Adult New Science Fiction
NEW-SUSP Adult New Suspense Fiction
NEW-VIDEO Z-Adult New Video
NEW-WEST Adult New Western Fiction
NEW-YA New Young Adult/Teen
NEW-YAAUBK New Young Adult/Teen Audio Book
NEW-YAGN New Young Adult/Teen Graphic Novel
NEW-YAPB New Young Adult/Teen Paperback
NONFICTION Adult Nonfiction
ON-ORDER On Order
OPPORTNITY Z-Opportunity Center
OVERSIZE Adult Oversize
PAMPHLET Adult Pamphlet
PARENTING Z-Parenting
PARENT-TCH Parent/Teacher
PB Adult Paperback
PB-MYST Adult Paperback--Mystery/Detective
PB-ROM Adult Paperback--Romance
PB-SCIFI Adult Paperback--Science Fiction
PB-WEST Adult Paperback--Western
PHONE-BK Reference--Telephone book
PLAYAWAY Adult Playaway Unit
READLOUNGE Z-Reading Lounge
REF-ATLAS Reference--Atlas
REF-AUTO Reference--Auto-Repair
REF-BUS Reference--Business
REF-CENSUS Reference--Census
REF-CONSUM Reference--Consumer Information
REF-DESK Reference Desk--Ask for Help
REF-EDUC Reference--Education
REFERENCE Reference
REF-HOMEWK Z-Reference--Homework
REF-INDEX Reference--Index
REF-JOBS Z-Reference-Jobs
REF-LIT Z-Reference--Literature
REF-MED Reference--Medicine
REF-OFFICE Reference Office, Staff Use Only
REF-OSHPAM Reference--Oshkosh Pamphlet
REF-PAMPH Z-Reference--Pamphlet File
REF-TRAV Reference--Travel
REF-WIS Reference--Wisconsin
REF-WISLAW Reference--Wisconsin Law
REF-WISPAM Z-Reference--Wisconsin Pamphlet File
REPAIR Damaged
RESERVES Z-Reserve desk
RESHELVING Z-Being shelved
ROMANCE Adult Fiction--Romance
SCIFI Adult Fiction--Science Fiction
SCIFI-FANT Adult Fiction--Science Fiction/Fantasy
SEEFELD Z Seefeld Collection
SHORTSTORY Z-Adult Short Story
SPAN-CASS Adult Spanish Language Cassette
SPAN-CD Adult Spanish Language CD
SPAN-CDBK Adult Spanish Language Book on CD
SPAN-DVD Adult Spanish Language DVD
SPAN-FIC Adult Spanish Fiction
SPANISH Adult Spanish
SPAN-MAG Adult Spanish Language Magazine
SPAN-NF Adult Spanish Nonfiction
SPAN-PLWAY Adult Spanish Language Playaway Unit
SPAN-VID Adult Spanish Language Video
SPECIAL Adult Special Collection
STACKS Z-Stacks
STAFF Staff Collection
STAFF-DAYC Staff Collection for Daycare Centers, Storytimes--No Holds
STAFF-READ Staff Collection for Reading Clubs--No Holds
STORAGE Storage--Ask for Help
SUSPENSE Adult Suspense Fiction
TEACHER Z-Teacher Collection
UI-LOST Z-Unreturned Item
UNKNOWN Z-Unknown
VIDEO Adult Video
VID-FEATUR Adult Video--Feature
VID-HIST Adult Video--History
VID-HOW Adult Video--How To
VID-INFO Adult Video--Info
VID-NF Adult Video--Nonfiction
VID-SPORTS Z-Adult Video--Sports
VID-TRAVEL Z-Adult Video--Travel
VID-VINT Adult Video--Vintage/Classic
VID-WEST Adult Video--Western
VID-WLDLF Z-Adult Video--Musical
WEDDING Wedding Featured Collection
WESTERN Adult Fiction--Western
WISCONSIN Adult Wisconsin
WITHDRAWN Withdrawn
YA-AUDBK Young Adult/Teen Audio Book
YA-BOOK Young Adult/Teen
YA-BOOKFIC Young Adult/Teen--Fiction
YA-BOOKNF Young Adult/Teen--Nonfiction
YA-CASS Young Adult/Teen--Book on Cassette
YA-CASSNF Z-Young Adult/Teen--Nonfiction Cassette
YA-CD Young Adult/Teen--CD
YA-CD-BOOK Young Adult/Teen--Book on CD
YA-CDROM Young Adult/Teen--CD-ROM
YA-COMIC Young Adult/Teen--Comic Book
YA-DVD Young Adult/Teen--DVD
YA-DVD-BLU Young Adult/Teen--DVD Blu Ray
YA-GRAPHIC Young Adult/Teen--Graphic Novel
YA-HI-LO Z-Young Adult/Teen--Easy
YA-LUCKY Young Adult/Teen--Lucky Day
YA-MAG Young Adult/Teen--Magazine
YA-MANGA Young Adult/Teen--Manga
YA-PB Young Adult/Teen--Paperback
YA-PLAYAWY Young Adult/Teen Playaway Unit
YA-REF Young Adult/Teen--Reference
YA-SPANFIC Young Adult/Teen--Spanish Fiction
YA-SPAN-NF Young Adult/Teen--Spanish Nonfiction
YA-VIDEO Z-Young Adult/Teen--Video
ZLOST Z-Lost

 

Item home locations as shown in the catalog

The list below is sorted by how that location usually displays in the online catalog.  However, for some of the locations, special programming is used to control the display.  This is done especially for items that are local hold.

The ones with the strike through are not available as a selection option when an item is barcoded.  Some are for materials no longer being added to library collections, such as cassettes, and other are for locations used by the system, such as LOST-ASSUM.  Most of the ones that are not available for use start with Z.

Name  Description in the Catalog
AUDIOBOOK Adult Audio Book
BIOGRAPHY Adult Biography
BOOKCLUB Adult Book Club
CD-BOOK Adult Book on CD
CD-BOOKFIC Adult Book on CD--Fiction
CD-BOOKMYS Adult Book on CD--Mystery
CD-BOOKNF Adult Book on CD--Nonfiction
CD-BOOKSF Adult Book on CD--Science Fiction
CD-BOOKWST Adult Book on CD--Western
CASS-BOOK Adult Book on Tape
CASS-BKNF Adult Book on Tape--Nonfiction
CASSETTE Adult Cassette
CD Adult CD
CD-ROM Adult CD-ROM
CHRISTNFIC Adult Christian/Inspirational Fiction
CLASSIC Adult Classic
CONSERV Adult Conservation
CONSUMER Adult Consumer Information
CRAFT Adult Craft
DISPLAY Adult Display
DISPLAY2 Adult Display Second Floor
DISPLAYNF Adult Display--Nonfiction
DVD Adult DVD
DVD-BLURAY Adult DVD--Blu-ray
DVD-FEATUR Adult DVD--Feature
DVD-NF Adult DVD--Nonfiction
DVD-TV Adult DVD--TV Shows
FICTION-BK Adult Fiction
FANTASY Adult Fiction--Fantasy
MYS-DETECT Adult Fiction--Mystery/Detective
ROMANCE Adult Fiction--Romance
SCIFI Adult Fiction--Science Fiction
SCIFI-FANT Adult Fiction--Science Fiction/Fantasy
WESTERN Adult Fiction--Western
FOREIGN Adult Foreign Language
GENEALOGY Adult Genealogy
GEN-GERMAN Adult German Genealogy
GRAPHIC Adult Graphic Novel
INFO-DESK Adult Information Desk
KIT Adult Kit
LGPRINT Adult Large Print/Type
LGPRT-BIO Adult Large Print/Type--Biography
LGPRT-FIC Adult Large Print/Type--Fiction
LGPRT-MAG Adult Large Print/Type--Magazine
LGPRT-MYS Adult Large Print/Type--Mys/Detective
LGPRT-NF Adult Large Print/Type--Nonfiction
LGPRT-ROM Adult Large Print/Type--Romance
LGPRT-SFI Adult Large Print/Type--Science Fiction
LGPRT-WEST Adult Large Print/Type--Western
LOCALHIST Adult Local History
LOCALHISTC Adult Local History--Circulating Collection
LUCKY-CD Adult Lucky Day CD--No holds
LUCKY-DVD Adult Lucky Day DVD--No Holds
LUCKY-DAY Adult Lucky Day--No holds
MAGAZINE Adult Magazine
MICROFORM Adult Microfilm
CD-XMAS Adult Music CD--Christmas
CD-CLASS Adult Music CD--Classical
CD-JAZZ Adult Music CD--Jazz
CD-MUSICAL Adult Music CD--Musical
CD-POP Adult Music CD--Pop
NEW-BIO Adult New Biography
NEW-CDBK Adult New Book on CD
NEW-CD Adult New CD
NEW-CHRIST Adult New Christian/Inspirational Fiction
NEW-DVD Adult New DVD
NEW-FANTSY Adult New Fantasy Fiction
NEW-FIC Adult New Fiction
LGPRT-NEW Adult New Large Print/Type
NEW-MYST Adult New Mystery/Detective
NEW-NONFIC Adult New Nonfiction
NEW-OVRSIZ Adult New Oversize
NEW-PB Adult New Paperback
NEW-ROM Adult New Romance
NEW-SCIFI Adult New Science Fiction
NEW-SUSP Adult New Suspense Fiction
NEW-WEST Adult New Western Fiction
NONFICTION Adult Nonfiction
OVERSIZE Adult Oversize
PAMPHLET Adult Pamphlet
PB Adult Paperback
PB-MYST Adult Paperback--Mystery/Detective
PB-ROM Adult Paperback--Romance
PB-SCIFI Adult Paperback--Science Fiction
PB-WEST Adult Paperback--Western
PLAYAWAY Adult Playaway Unit
LOCK-CASE Adult Reference--Locked Case, Ask for Help
SPANISH Adult Spanish
SPAN-FIC Adult Spanish Fiction
SPAN-CDBK Adult Spanish Language Book on CD
SPAN-CASS Adult Spanish Language Cassette
SPAN-CD Adult Spanish Language CD
SPAN-DVD Adult Spanish Language DVD
SPAN-MAG Adult Spanish Language Magazine
SPAN-PLWAY Adult Spanish Language Playaway Unit
SPAN-VID Adult Spanish Language Video
SPAN-NF Adult Spanish Nonfiction
SPECIAL Adult Special Collection
SUSPENSE Adult Suspense Fiction
VIDEO Adult Video
GAME Adult Video Game--Local Hold
VID-FEATUR Adult Video--Feature
VID-HIST Adult Video--History
VID-HOW Adult Video--How To
VID-INFO Adult Video--Info
VID-NF Adult Video--Nonfiction
VID-VINT Adult Video--Vintage/Classic
VID-WEST Adult Video--Western
WISCONSIN Adult Wisconsin
GEN-WIS Adult Wisconsin Genealogy
LOST-ASSUM Assumed Lost
BASEMT-REF Basement Reference
BASEMT-WIS Basement Wisconsin
CATALOGING Being Cataloged
CHECKEDOUT Checked Out
ILL Checked Out
J1-2-3 Children's 1-2-3
JABC Children's ABC
JARTHUR Children's Arthur Book
JAWARDBK Children's Award Book
JBEREN Children's Berenstain
JBIG-BOOK Children's Big Book for Storytimes
JBIN Children's Bin
JBIO Children's Biography
JBOARD-BK Children's Board Book--No Holds
JBOOKCLUB Children's Book Club
JCASS-BK Children's Book on Cassette
JCD-BOOK Children's Book on CD
JCALDECOTT Children's Caldecott Award Book
JCARTOONS Children's Cartoons
JCASSETTE Children's Cassette
JSPAN-CASS Children's Cassette in Spanish
JCASS-N-BK Children's Cassette with Book
JCD Children's CD
JSPAN-CD Children's CD in Spanish
JCD-N-BK Children's CD with Book
JCD-ROM Children's CD-ROMS
JCD-SONGS Children's CD--Songs
JCLIFFORD Children's Clifford the Big Red Dog
JCOLORS Children's Colors
JCOMIC Children's Comic Book
JCURIOUS Children's Curious George
JDISNEY Children's Disney
JDISPLAY Children's Display
JSEUSS Children's Dr Seuss
JDVD Children's DVD
JSPAN-DVD Children's DVD in Spanish
JDVD-TV-A Children's DVD Series--All Ages
JDVD-TV-P Children's DVD Series--Preschool
JDVD-ALL Children's DVD--All Ages
JDVD-BLU-R Children's DVD--Blu-Ray
JDVD-NONF Children's DVD--Nonfiction
JDVD-PRE Children's DVD--Preschool
JEASIEST Children's Easiest
JEASIESTPB Children's Easiest Paperback
JCHAPTERBK Children's Easy Chapter Book
JEASY-PB Children's Easy Paperback
JEASY-READ Children's Easy to Read
JEASY-1 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 1
JEASY-2 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 2
JEASY-3 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 3
JEASY-4 Children's Easy-to-Read Level 4
JEASY-NF Children's Easy-to-Read Nonfiction
JFAIRYTALE Children's Fairy Tales
JFAVORITE Children's Favorite Characters
JFICTION Children's Fiction
JSPAN-FIC Children's Fiction in Spanish
JFOREIGN Children's Foreign Language
JGOLDIE Children's Golden Oldie
JGRAPHIC Children's Graphic Novel
JHMONG Children's Hmong
JHOLIDAY Children's Holiday
H-4JULY Children's Holiday--4th of July
H-APRFOOL Children's Holiday--April Fool's Day
H-ARBOR Children's Holiday--Arbor Day
H-CHIN-NY Children's Holiday--Chinese New Year
H-CHRISTMA Children's Holiday--Christmas
H-CINCO-DE Children's Holiday--Cinco de Mayo
H-COLOMBUS Childern's Holiday--Columbus Day
H-DAYODEAD Children's Holiday--Day of the Dead
H-EARTH Children's Holiday--Earth Day
H-EASTER Children's Holiday--Easter
H-FATHERS Children's Holiday--Father's Day
H-FLAG Children's Holiday--Flag Day
H-GRNDHOG Children's Holiday--Groundhog Day
H-HALLOWEE Children's Holiday--Halloween
H-HANUKAH Children's Holiday--Hanukkah
H-HINDU Children's Holiday--Hindu Festivals
H-JEWISH Children's Holiday--Jewish Holidays
H-JUNETEEN Children's Holiday--Juneteenth
H-KWANZAA Children's Holiday--Kwanzaa
H-LABORDAY Children's Holiday--Labor Day
H-MARDIGRA Children's Holiday--Mardi Gras
H-MARTINLK Children's Holiday--Martin Luther King Day
H-MEMORIAL Children's Holiday--Memorial Day
H-MOTHERS Children's Holiday--Mother's Day
H-RAMADAN Children's Holiday--Muslim Festivals
H-NEWYEAR Children's Holiday--New Year's Day
H-PRESIDEN Children's Holiday--President's Day
H-STPAT Children's Holiday--St. Patrick's Day
H-THANKSGV Children's Holiday--Thanksgiving
H-VALENTIN Children's Holiday--Valentine's Day
H-VETERAN Children's Holiday--Veteran's Day
JFIC-ILLUS Children's Illustrated Fiction
JFRENCH Children's in French
JGERMAN Children's in German
JSPANISH Children's in Spanish
JJAPANESE Children's Japanese
JKIT Children's Kit
JLGPRT Children's Large Print/Type
JLITTLEASY Children's Little/Small Easy To Read
JLITTLEPIC Children's Little/Small picture
JLUCKYDVD Children's Lucky Day DVD--No Holds
JLUCKYDAY Children's Lucky Day--No Holds
JMAGAZINE Children's Magazine
JMAGICBUS Children's Magic School Bus Collection
JMULTI Children's Multilingual
JNEW-AV Children's New AV
JNEW-BOOK Children's New Book
JNEW-CD-BK Children's New Book on CD
JNEW-CDNBK Children's New CD with Book
JNEW-CD Children's New Compact Disc
JNEW-DVD Children's New DVD
JNEWEASYNF Children's New Easy Nonfiction
JNEW-EASY Children's New Easy to Read
JNEW-FIC Children's New Fiction
JNEW-NF Children's New Nonfiction
JNEW-PICT Children's New Picture Book
JNEWBERY Children's Newbery Award Book
JNONFIC Children's Nonfiction
JSPAN-NONF Children's Non-fiction in Spanish
JNURSERY Children's Nursery Rhyme
JOPPOS Children's Opposites
JOVERSIZE Children's Oversized Book
JPB Children's Paperback
JPB-SERIES Children's Paperback Series
JPHONICS Children's Phonics
JPICTURE Children's Picture Book
JPLAYAWAY Children's Playaway Unit
JPUPPET Children's Puppet
JPUZZLE Children's Puzzle
JREFERENCE Children's Reference
JSEEKFIND Children's Seek and Find
JSESAME Children's Sesame Street
JSHAPES Children's Shapes
JSPAN-RDLG Children's Spanish Readalong
JSPECIAL Children's Special
JSTORYTIME Children's Storytime Material, Staff Use Only
JTOY Children's Toy
JTOY-BK Children's Toy Book
JVEHICLES Children's Vehicles
JVIDEO Children's Video
JSPAN-VID Children's Video in Spanish
JVID-ALL Children's Video--All Ages
JVID-DIS Children's Video--Disney
JVID-ELEM Children's Video--Elementary
JVID-PRE Children's Video--Preschool
JVIETNAM Children's Vietnamese
LOST-CLAIM Claims Lost
COUGHLIN Coughlin Room
MAGAZINE-C Current Magazine Issue--Does not Circulate
REPAIR Damaged
E-READER Electronic Book Device--Local Hold
EQUIPMENT Equipment--Ask for Help
FC Family Resource Center
FC-AUTISM Family Resource Center--Autism Disorders
FC-SCHOOL Family Resource Center--Home Schooling
FC-POTTY Family Resource Center--Toilet/Potty Training
GREEN Green Living Featured Collection
HOLDTRANSIT Hold item going to another library
HOLIDAY Holiday
HOMEWORK Homework
JGAME Juvenile Games
LITERACY Literacy/Adult Easy to Read
LOST-PAID Long Lost
LOST Lost
MAKER Makerspace
MISSHOLD Missing
MISSING Missing
MITCHELL Mitchell Collection
MONEY Money Smart
NEW-YA New Young Adult/Teen
NEW-YAAUBK New Young Adult/Teen Audio Book
NEW-YAPB New Young Adult/Teen Paperback
HOLDS On hold
BOOKBIKE On Library BookBike
ON-ORDER On Order
PARENT-TCH Parent/Teacher
REFERENCE Reference
REF-DESK Reference Desk--Ask for Help
REF-OFFICE Reference Office, Staff Use Only
REF-ATLAS Reference--Atlas
REF-AUTO Reference--Auto-Repair
REF-BUS Reference--Business
REF-CENSUS Reference--Census
REF-CONSUM Reference--Consumer Information
REF-EDUC Reference--Education
REF-INDEX Reference--Index
REF-MED Reference--Medicine
REF-OSHPAM Reference--Oshkosh Pamphlet
PHONE-BK Reference--Telephone book
REF-TRAV Reference--Travel
REF-WIS Reference--Wisconsin
REF-WISLAW Reference--Wisconsin Law
STAFF Staff Collection
STAFF-DAYC Staff Collection for Daycare Centers, Storytimes--No Holds
STAFF-READ Staff Collection for Reading Clubs--No Holds
STORAGE Storage--Ask for Help
JTWEEN Tweens--between Children's and Teens
WEDDING Wedding Featured Collection
WITHDRAWN Withdrawn
YA-BOOK Young Adult/Teen
YA-AUDBK Young Adult/Teen Audio Book
DISPLAY-YA Young Adult/Teen Display
YA-PLAYAWY Young Adult/Teen Playaway Unit
YA-CASS Young Adult/Teen--Book on Cassette
YA-CD-BOOK Young Adult/Teen--Book on CD
YA-CD Young Adult/Teen--CD
YA-CDROM Young Adult/Teen--CD-ROM
YA-COMIC Young Adult/Teen--Comic Book
YA-DVD Young Adult/Teen--DVD
YA-DVD-BLU Young Adult/Teen--DVD Blu Ray
YA-BOOKFIC Young Adult/Teen--Fiction
YA-GRAPHIC Young Adult/Teen--Graphic Novel
YA-LUCKY Young Adult/Teen--Lucky Day
YA-MAG Young Adult/Teen--Magazine
YA-MANGA Young Adult/Teen--Manga
YA-BOOKNF Young Adult/Teen--Nonfiction
YA-PB Young Adult/Teen--Paperback
YA-REF Young Adult/Teen--Reference
YA-SPANFIC Young Adult/Teen--Spanish Fiction
YA-SPAN-NF Young Adult/Teen--Spanish Nonfiction
HIST-FIC Z Adult Historical Fiction
HMONG Z Adult Hmong
HMONG-AV Z Adult Hmong AV
CASS-MUSIC Z Adult Music Cassette
AUDIO Z Adult Recording
BINDERY Z At Bindery
AVAIL_SOON Z Available soon
BASEMT-VID Z Basement Video
INPROCESS Z Being processed
INSHIPPING Z Being shipped to destination
JCLASSIC Z Children's Classics
JCONCEPT Z Children's Concept Book
JDVD-DIS Z Children's DVD--Disney
JDVD-ELEM Z Children's DVD--Elementary
JJOKES Z Children's Joke
JMOTHGOOSE Z Children's Mother Goose
JMYSTERY Z Children's Mystery
JNEW-CASBK Z Children's New Book on Cassette
JNEW-CASS Z Children's New Cassette
JNEWCASNBK Z Children's New Cassette with Book
JNEW-CDROM Z Children's New CD-ROM
JNEW-VID Z Children's New Video
JAUDIO Z Children's Recording
JEASY-RIG Z Children's Rigby Series
JSEEK&FIND Z Children's Seek and Find
COMMINFO Z Community Information Database Record
DAMAGED Z Damaged
E-AUDIOBK Z Downloadable Audio Book
E-BOOK Z Downloadable Electronic Book
E-VIDEO Z Downloadable video
INTRANSIT Z In Transit
DISCARD Z Withdrawn
DISCARD2 Z-Withdrawn--Shadowed
NEW-AUDBK Z-Adult New Audio Book
NEW-AV Z-Adult New AV
NEW-CASSBK Z-Adult New Book on Tape
NEW-CASS Z-Adult New Cassette
NEW-GRAPH Z-Adult New Graphical Novel
NEW-HIST Z-Adult New Historical Fiction
NEW-CASSNF Z-Adult New Nonfiction Cassette
NEW-VIDEO Z-Adult New Video
SHORTSTORY Z-Adult Short Story
VID-WLDLF Z-Adult Video--Musical
VID-SPORTS Z-Adult Video--Sports
VID-TRAVEL Z-Adult Video--Travel
RESHELVING Z-Being shelved
LONGOVRDUE Z-Checked Out--Overdue
JSPAN-KIT Z-Children's Kit in Spanish
JVID-OVER Z-Children's Oversized Video
E-MUSIC Z-Downloadable Music
ZLOST Z-Lost
MP-NONFIC Z-Moraine Park Adult Non-fiction--No Holds
MP-SPANBK Z-Moraine Park Adult Spanish Book--No Holds
MP-JAV Z-Moraine Park Children's AV--No Holds
MP-JFIC Z-Moraine Park Children's Fiction--No Holds
MP-JNONFIC Z-Moraine Park Children's Non-fiction--No Holds
MP-JSPANAV Z-Moraine Park Children's Spanish AV--No Holds
MP-JSPANBK Z-Moraine Park Children's Spanish Book--No Holds
OPPORTNITY Z-Opportunity Center
PARENTING Z-Parenting
READLOUNGE Z-Reading Lounge
REF-HOMEWK Z-Reference--Homework
REF-JOBS Z-Reference-Jobs
REF-LIT Z-Reference--Literature
REF-PAMPH Z-Reference--Pamphlet File
REF-WISPAM Z-Reference--Wisconsin Pamphlet File
RESERVES Z-Reserve desk
SEEFELD Z-Seefeld Collection
STACKS Z-Stacks
TEACHER Z-Teacher Collection
UNKNOWN Z-Unknown
UI-LOST Z-Unreturned Item
YA-HI-LO Z-Young Adult/Teen--Easy
YA-CASSNF Z-Young Adult/Teen--Nonfiction Cassette
YA-VIDEO Z-Young Adult/Teen--Video

Item types

Item Types are used to control the circulation of material.  There needs to be a circulation rule for each library for each Item Type in order to circulate an item with that Item Type.  Most of the libraries have a circulation rule for most of the Item Types.  Two exceptions are E-READER and GAMES.  If libraries add these types of material, they should contact Karla Smith smith@winnefox.org to have a circulation rule created.

Item Type

  Description
AV Audio-visual
AV-EQUIP Audio-visual equipment
BOOK Book
BOOK-LH Book-Local Hold only
BOOK-NH Book-No Holds
CASSETTE Cassette
CASS-LH Long Loan Local Hold
CD CD
CD-BOOK CD-Book
CD-BOOK-LH CD-Book-Local Hold
CD-LH CD-Local Hold
CDROM CD-ROM
CD-ROM CD-ROM
CD-ROM-LH CD-ROM-Local Hold
CITY Marketable items -- proceeds to city
COMMINFO Community Info Database Record
DIGITAL Digital
DIGITAL-LH Digital-Local Hold
DVD DVD
DVD-LH DVD-Local Hold only
DVD-NH DVD-No Hold
E-MATERIAL Electronic Materials
E-READER E-Reader Device (Nook, Kindle, etc.)
FRIENDS Marketable items--proceeds go to Friends
ILL-BOOK Interlibrary Loan Item
JBOOK Children's Book
JBOOK-LH Children's Book-Local Hold Only
JBOOK-NH Children's Book-No Hold
JCASSETTE Children's Cassette
JCASS-LH UNUSED
JCD Children's CD
JCD-BOOK Children's CD-Book
JCD-BOOKLH Children's CD-Book-Local Hold
JCD-LH Children's CD-Local Hold
JCD-ROM Children's CD-ROM
JCD-ROM-LH Children's CD-ROM-Local Hold
JDIGITAL Children's Digital
JDIGITALLH Children's Digital-LH
JDVD Children's DVD
JDVD-LH Children's DVD-Local Hold Only
JDVD-NH Children's DVD-No Hold
JKIT Children's Kit
JMAGAZINE Children's Magazine
JSPECIAL Children's Puppet/Puzzle/Game
JVIDEO Children's Video
JVIDEO-LH Children's Video-Local Hold
KIT Kit
LIBRARY Marketable Items--proceeds to Library
LONG-NH Long Loan Period - No holds
MAGAZINE Magazine
MAG-LH Magazine-Local Hold
MICROFORM Microform
NEW-BOOK New books
NEWSPAPER Newspaper
ON-ORDER On Order
ON-ORDERLH On Order--Local Hold
OTHER-N Officially Non-Circulating OTHER items
PAMPHLET Pamphlet
REF-BOOK Reference Item
UI-LOST Unreturned Item
UNKNOWN Unknown-Don't Use
VIDEO Video
VIDEO-LH Video-Local Hold

Original cataloging at Oshkosh

Libraries put in short records when there is no matching record in the database. Oshkosh runs reports to list those short records and then search for a complete record on OCLC to overlay the short record with a full one.

Sometimes a full record does not get entered into OCLC, and then Oshkosh does original cataloging for OCLC.

The process Oshkosh uses is to place a hold on a small number of items at a time so that the library can continue to circulate them until Oshkosh is ready to work on them.    Oshkosh needs about a week to do the cataloging.

  • If libraries see local hold items being transited to OS-Stephanie, that means they are being sent for cataloging. If the library doesn’t want that item to be cataloged at that time, it should email Stephanie Thomas (SThomas@oshkoshpubliclibrary.org) to have the hold removed.
  • If libraries have things with no short records in the database,  talk to Stephanie Thomas about getting them cataloged.
  • If libraries notice short records that have been in the database for more than three months, let Stephanie Thomas know and they will get worked on. Sometimes items do not show up the short-record lists that Oshkosh uses to track short records.

Special tasks and procedures

Edit copies globally

Entering short records for E-Readers

Use Instructions for Creating Short Records for Electronic Readers to create short bilbiographic and copy records for adding e-Readers (Nook, Kindle, etc.) to the database. 

Currently, the Symphony policies for e-Readers automatically make them local hold.

Handling display copies of magazines

Procedures for Handling Display Copies of Current Magazines

Checking Out to Magazine-C

To prevent the most recent issues of barcoded magazines from going on hold for users, WALS created a checkout process. This procedure works for libraries that put the newest issues on display until the next issue arrives.
 
The procedure is to check out the newest issues to MAGAZINE-C. When the next issue arrives, check it out and discharge the previous issue.

The user ID is MAGAZINE-C.

Issues checked out to this user display in the catalog as Current Issue, Non-Circulating.

The checkout does not count as circulation.

The due date is NEVER.

Handling In-process items

Handling In-process Items
June 23, 2014

Because items become Available as soon as they are barcoded, we will use an INPROCESS card to check out items while they are being physically processed.     We are using one card per library so each library can see the items currently in Tech at any given time.

The profile associated with the card is INPROCESS.  That profile is set to not increment the circulation counter.

When an item is checkout out on one of the INPROCESS cards, the current location becomes INPROCESS. 

The item may or may not display in the catalog depending on what get decided.


INPROCESS users:

NAME USER ID
INPROCESS, BERLIN  IP-BE
INPROCESS, COLOMA  IP-CO
INPROCESS, CAMPBELLSPORT  IP-CA
INPROCESS, ENDEAVOR  IP-EN
INPROCESS, GREENLAKE  IP-GR
INPROCESS, HANCOCK  IP-HA
INPROCESS, KINGSTON  IP-KI
INPROCESS, MARKESAN  IP-MA
INPROCESS, MENASHA  IP-ME
INPROCESS, MONTELLO  IP-MO
INPROCESS, NEENAH

 IP-NE2

 IP-NE3

 

INPROCESS, NESHKORO  IP-NES
INPROCESS, NFONDDULAC  iP-NF
INPROCESS, OAKFIELD  IP-OA
INPROCESS, OMRO  IP-OM
INPROCESS, OSHKOSH

 IP-OS

 IP-OS2

 IP-OS3

INPROCESS, OXFORD  IP-OX
INPROCESS, PACKWAUKEE  IP-PA
INPROCESS, PINERIVER  IP-PI
INPROCESS, PLAINFIELD   IP-PL
INPROCESS, POYSIPPI  IP-PO
INPROCESS, PRINCETON  IP-PR
INPROCESS, REDGRANITE   IP-RE
INPROCESS, RIPON  IP-RI
INPROCESS, WAUTOMA  IP-WA
INPROCESS, WESTFIELD  IP-WE
INPROCESS, WILDROSE  IP-WI
INPROCESS, WINNECONNE  IP-WN
INPROCESS, WINNEFOX  IP-WX

Newly barcoded items in Tech should be checked out on the library’s INPROCESS card. 

When the item leaves Tech and goes to Circ, Circ should discharge it to make it available.

Transferring copies or call numbers

The document Transferring Titles shows how to transfer copies from one title record to another.

Withdrawing items

A checkout process is used to withdraw copies from the database.

There is a WITHDRAWN user for each library.  To withdrawn and item, simply check it out to that user.  The withdrawn checkouts do NOT count in the library's circulation. 

When an item is checked out to the libraries WD card, the current location becomes WITHDRAW.  This displays in the catalog as  Item Withdrawn, Unavailable.  

Statiscal reports are run at the twice each year counting everthing checked out on the library's WD card., one report in July for items withdrawn between January and the end of June, and anther in January for  July through December.  The two reports are the count of items withdrawn for the year.   

After the count reports are run, other reports process the items checked out to the WD user, removing them from the database.  If the last copy is removed, the bibliographic record is also removed.  Any copy that can't be removed because of fines is changed to a current location of DISCARD.  These also display in the catalog as Withdrawn, Unavailable.

The ID for the WITHDRAWN users:

WD-BE    Berlin
WD-BR    Brandon
WD-CA    Campbellsport
WD-CO   Coloma
WD-EN   Endeavor
WD-GR   Green Lake
WD-HA    Hancock
WD-KI      Kingston
WD-MA     Markesan
WD-MO    Montello
WD-NE    Neenah
WD-NES  Neshkoro
WD-NF     North Fond du Lac
WD-OA     Oakfield
WD-OM    Omro
WD-OS    Oshkosh
WD-OS2
WD-OS3
WD-OX    Oxford
WD-PA     Packwaukee
WD-PI      Pine RIver
WD-PL     Plainfield
WD-PO    Poy Sippi
WD-PR    Princeton
WD-RE    Redgranite
WD-RI     Ripon
WD-RI2  
WD-WA    Wautoma
WD-WE    Westfield
WD-WI     Wild Rose
WD-WN   WInneconne
WD-WX    WCTS/Winnefox

Online catalog

The catalog is located at catalog.winnefox.org, and went into general use in October 2016.

The software behind the catalog is called "Enterprise", and was created by the company SirsiDynix, who have also created the software we use for our general ILS system.  It has Overdrive eBooks and eAudiobooks integrated into its search results of library materials. 

A general overview of frequently asked questions on how to use the catalog can be found here. More indepth tutorials on how to use the catalog can be found on the Tutorials page, here.

Reports and statistics

Monthly Statistics                      Annual Circulation Statistics               Special Reports

Most of the statistical and maintenance reports are produced automatically for libraries and are in the REPORTS logon.  That logon is a separate, shared-with-all-libraries Workflows login.  The Reports login is used for getting the onshelf hold report, daily, monthly, annual statistics, and maintenance reports such as the local-hold report that runs on the 22nd of each month.

Most of the reports in the shared Reports logon either start with the library’s two or three letter code, or have the library name as part of the report.

A report that end in a plus symbol (+) will print one item/user per line if the Format box is UNCHECKED on the Format page when viewing the report.  The word processing software will probably also need to be set to landscape to print correctly.  The + reports can also be emailed, but will not print one item per line.

  • The log portion of the report has statistics about the content of the report.
  • The result is the report itself.
  • You can click all three, or just View result and Format report.

Libraries that want to run their own weeding lists can request training from Karla Smith smith@winnefox.org.

It is sometimes very helpful to take a WorkFlows report and put it in an Excel spreadsheet to manipulate the data by putting the text report into columns for resorting.

Detailed instructions are here:  http://ides.winnefox.org/node/208

Canned reports with lots of columns or rows--for example reports by Home Loc, or User Cat1--require changing the Page Format.  Here are instructions:

Changing the Page Format:

  1. go to the Reports toolbar,
  2. click on Reports Session
  3. check the Display Format Page box
  4. Click OK.
  5. Now, when you go to Finished Reports and click on View, you will get an extra button called Change Page Format.
  6. Click on Change Page Format
  7. Replace the Page Width and Page Length values with 999
  8. Uncheck the View Log box, unless you really want to see the log. This will reduce the amount of scrolling needed to get to the results.
  9. Rows and Columns should now display as one solid block without any page breaks or extra headers.
  10. Now you can copy and paste into Excel, following the instructions above.

When finished, or when viewing a different kind of report, remember to change the Page Format settings back to Page Length 72, Page Width 80.

Here is a screencast of Changing the Page Format and putting the results into Excel:  .mp4 format (Quicktime or iTunes)  or .avi (Windows Media Player)

HTML lists for new materials

A report can be used to create lists of new items for libraries that are not using the Symphony Acquisitions software. The lists are for the library’s website. The report inserts the HTML needed for the titles to have links to the catalog and Syndetics for cover art and additional content. The lists are sorted by Home Location so that the library can easily split out or group various locations.

The reports can schedule the report to run monthly or weekly, or, if the library has had report training, the library can run it at anytime.

When inserted into Drupal, the list takes on the design and look of the library’s website: http://www.millpondlibrary.org/

If other libraries want new material lists on their websites and are interested in using the new report, contact Karla Smith or Jody Cleveland.   Karla will set up the report and Jody Cleveland will work on the website.

Monthly Statistics

Each month a series of reports run that generate statistics for library use.

Each report is an Excel spreadsheet, and most open to the sheet listing the system totals; each library's individual stats have their own sheet. Use the green arrows in the lower lefthand footer of Excel to scroll through sheets to find your libary.

All reports of circulation statistics count both checkouts and renewals as a "circulation", unless otherwise specified.

Statistics for the month of:

2019

 

Month User Statistics Item Statistics Shoutbomb Renewals
October

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

September

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

August

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

July

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

June

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

May

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

April

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

March

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

February

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1

January

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

Renews by UCat1

Renews by HomeLoc

Renews by ICat1


 

New Users counts the number of users registered at your library in the previous month. Total Active Users counts the number of users who have been active in some way in the last month.

Circ by ICat1 considers the number of checkouts for each ICat1, by ICat2 (Age Group), and splitting out each result CIRC/INHOUSE (ICat4), for each checkout library.

2014 Archive

Statistic Reports for June-December, 2014.

2015 Archive

2015

Month User Satistics Item Statistics
January

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

February

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

March

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

April

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

May

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

June

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

July

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

August

New  Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

September

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

October

New users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat 1

Circ by Home Loc

November

New users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat1

Circ by Home Loc

December

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by User Cat 1

Circ by Item Type

Circ by Item Cat1

Circ by Home Loc

 

The New Users report shows the total number of new users registered over the course of the month. The Total Active Users report totals the number of patrons who have used their library card within the past month. Both of these reports are split out by User Cat1.

The Circ by User Cat 1 report shows the total number of checkouts at each library within the past month, split out by User Cat 1.

The Circ by Item Type report shows the total number of checkouts at each library over the past month, split out by the item's Type.*

The Circ by Item Cat 1 report shows the total number of checkouts at each library over the past month, split out by the item's Cat1.*

The Circ by Home Location report shows the total number of checkouts at each library over the past month, split out by the item's Home Location.*

*Item Type, Item Cat 1, and Home Loc: An item's Type describes how the item circulates (ex: how long it circluates and what fine is applied to it if it is overdue). ItemCat1 describes broadly what the item "is", for statistical purposes. An item's Home Location (HomeLoc) describes where in the library it is shelved. There can be overlap between Type, ItemCat1, and Home Loc: Type=DVD, ItemCat1=DVD, HomeLoc=DVD. However, there can also be distinctions: Type=BOOK, ItemCat1=BOOK, HomeLoc=NONFICTION ; Type=BOOK, ItemCat1=LARGEPRINT, HomeLoc=LGPRT-MYS. 

2016 Archive

2016

 

Month User Satistics Item Statistics Item Stats by Age
December

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL Materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

November

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL Materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

October

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL Materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

September

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL Materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

August

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL Materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

July

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

June

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

May

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

April

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

March

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat 1 - All

Circ by ICat 1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

February

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

January

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1 - All

Circ by ICat1 - Renewals

Circ of ILL materials

Circ by ICat1 - Adults

Circ by ICat1 - YA/Teens

Circ by ICat1 - Juvenile

 

The New Users report shows the total number of new users registered over the course of the month. The Total Active Users report totals the number of patrons who have used their library card within the past month. Both of these reports are split out by User Cat1.

The Circ by User Cat 1 report shows the total number of checkouts at each library within the past month, split out by User Cat 1.

The Circ by Item Type report shows the total number of checkouts at each library over the past month, split out by the item's Type.*

The Circ by Item Cat 1 report shows the total number of checkouts at each library over the past month, split out by the item's Cat1.*

The Circ by Home Location report shows the total number of checkouts at each library over the past month, split out by the item's Home Location.*

*Item Type, Item Cat 1, and Home Loc: An item's Type describes how the item circulates (ex: how long it circluates and what fine is applied to it if it is overdue). ItemCat1 describes broadly what the item "is", for statistical purposes. An item's Home Location (HomeLoc) describes where in the library it is shelved. There can be overlap between Type, ItemCat1, and Home Loc: Type=DVD, ItemCat1=DVD, HomeLoc=DVD. However, there can also be distinctions: Type=BOOK, ItemCat1=BOOK, HomeLoc=NONFICTION ; Type=BOOK, ItemCat1=LARGEPRINT, HomeLoc=LGPRT-MYS. 

2017 Archive

Monthly Statistics from 2017.

2017

Month User Satistics Item Statistics
December

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

November

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by HomeLoc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

October

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by  ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

September

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

August

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by  Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

July

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

June

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

May

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL material

April

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

March

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

February

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

January

New Users

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

2018 Archive

Statistics for the month of:

2018

Month User Statistics Item Statistics
December

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

November

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by Ucat1

Circ By Home Loc

Circ By ICat1

Total Circ By Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

October

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

September

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

August

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

July

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by Ucat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

June

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

May

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

April

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

March

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

February

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day

January

New Users

New Users Registered Online

Total Active Users

Circ by UCat1

Circ by Home Loc

Circ by ICat1

Total Circ by Library

Circ of ILL Material

Circ by Hour and Day


 

New Users counts the number of users registered at your library in the previous month. Total Active Users counts the number of users who have been active in some way in the last month.

Circ by ICat1 considers the number of checkouts for each ICat1, by ICat2 (Age Group), and splitting out each result CIRC/INHOUSE (ICat4), for each checkout library.

Regularly produced reports

Statistical Reports from Symphony September, 2012
Field Used for Reports Explanation/details
Item Type A field for the broad categories of library material, with separate codes for adult and juvenile.  The Item Type controls the circulation of the item.
Item Home Location A field for the internal shelving collections within libraries.  There are over 400 separate codes for adult, teen, children and staff collections.
Item Category 1 A field for the broad categories of library material, with no separate codes for adult or juvenile.  ItemCat1 is a statistical category but is used for facets in the catalog.
User Category 1 A statistical field for the residence of the borrower.  There is a code for each incorporated municipality within the Winnefox counties, and a code for each of the unicorporated towns.  There are also codes for towns and municipalities adjacent to Winnefox counties.
User Profile A field for the type of borrower, most are Public or Public2.  Other profiles are Business,  Deposit, Homebound, ILL, J-Restrict, Limited(10), Limited3, Staff, and Teacher.  The user profile works with the Item Type to control the circulation of the item (loan period, fine rate and maximum fine).
There are also reports on the extranet counting the use of library websites and use of electronic resources such as Ebsco, Heritage Quest, and Overdrive.
WALS Libraries Receiving the Report Report Name Explanation/details
  Dailies  
CA, CO, GR, KI ,ME, NE, OA, OM, OS, PI, PL, PO, PR, WA, WE, WI D-Circ by Item Type Checkouts and renewals
HA, NES, NF, OX, RI, WN D-Circ by Item Type-C Checkouts only
HA, NES, NF, OX, RI, WN D-Circ by Item Type-R Renewals only
No daily circulation reports for BE, BR, EN, MA, MO  
NE D-Circ-Item Type-SC For self-check
NE D-Discharge-Item Type A count of the discharge transations
CA, ME, NE, OS D-Cash Report Money collected
  Monthlies  
All M-Circ by ItemCat1  
ME, MA, OA, OS M-Circ-Item Location  
BE, ME, NE, OS M-Circ-Item Type-SC For self-check
All M-Circ by Item Type  
NF, PO, WA  M-Circ by Item Type-R  
NF, PO, WA M-Circ by Item Type-C  
All M-Circ by UserCat 1  
     
All M-Count New Users Registered  
CO, OA M-Cash Report  
All Year-to-date Totals for each library with comparison to the previous year Spreadsheet on the Extranet
  Semi-Annuals  
All Count Items-Home Loc-WD  
All Count Items-Item Type-WD  
Single report-no separate data for each library Users with Items Checked Out-a snapshot A count of users who have at least on item checked out, arranged by county and usercat1
  Annuals  
All A-Circ by HomeLoc  
All A-Circ by HomeLoc-C  
All A-Circ by HomeLoc-R  
All A-Circ by Item Type  
All A-Circ by Item Type-C  
All A-Circ by Item Type-R  
All A-Circ by ItemCat1  
All A-Circ by UserCat1  
All A-Circ by User Profile  
     
All A-Count Items-Home Location  
All A-Count Items-Home Location-Add  
All A-Count Items-Item Type  
All A-Count Items-Item Type-Add  
     
All A-Count Users Active-Ucat1  
All A-Count Users All-Ucat1  
All A-Count Users Current-Ucat1  
All A-Count New Users  
     
All in a single report with data for each library Circ by owner (Net Borrower-Net Lender) A count of the circulation of the  library's items at its own library and at other libraries.  This is posted as a combined spreadsheet on the extranet and distributed in paper.
All in a single report with data for each library Dewey report-item count and circulation, adult and juvenile A count of items owned and circulation by a detailed Dewey breakout.  This is posted as a combined spreadsheet on the extranet and distributed in paper.
All in a single report with data for each library Resident/non-resident circulation Circulation by UserCat one with further detail for the state for resident/nonresident circulation.  This is posted as a combined spreadsheet on the extranet and distributed by email.
  Other/Occasional   
All in a single report with data for each library Count of users with email This is posted as a combined spreadsheet on the extranet and distributed by email.
All in a single report with data for each library Historical circulation trends by type of material (2004-2011) Combined spreadsheet on the Extranet

Special reports

As a convenience to WALS libraries, some reports are produced by staff and made available as finished reports.  These reports typcally include data for all of the WALS libraries.

When completed, these reports are made available as here via links to the documents.

2019

2019-2018 Year-to-Date Circulation - A comparison of each month's total circ with the same month of the previous year, with a percentage change. Includes tabs for 2018-2017.

Withdrawn by Item Cat1 - Items withdrawn in the first quarter of 2019 (1/1/2019-4/1/2019), split by Item Cat1 and paged by library.

Withdrawn by Home Location - Items withdrawn in the first quarter of 2019 (1/1/2019-4/1/2019), split by Home Location and paged by library.

2018

2018-2017 Year-to-Date Circulation - A comparison of each month's total circ with the same month of the previous year, with a percentage change. Includes tabs for 2017-2016.

NetLender/NetBorrower -- This report shows which libraries send more items to fill holds than they recieve for their own holds (NetLender), and which libraries recieve more items than they send (NetBorrower). In addition, it shows the amount of circulation that occurs from the owning library's items, and the amount that comes from other libraries.

Circulation and Count of Books, Adult and Juvenile, by Dewey Range (2018)

  • Top 30 Dewey Categories System-wide, for Adult and Juvenile collections, ranked by circulation and count  of items
  • Top 30 Dewey Categories of individual libraries, for Adult collections, ranked by circulation and count of items
    • These tables show the top thirty Dewey call number categories ranked by total item circulation and total item counts, split out by Adult and Juvenile collections for Item Type (for Adult collections) BOOK, BOOK-LH, and BOOK-NH, and (for Juvenile collections) JBOOK, JBOOK-LH, JBOOK-NH.
    • Circulation is based on what was checked out at each library, not the item’s owning library; the report may therefore show circulation in an area of the collection where the library does not own any items, based on the item count column. Any nonfiction call number beginning with a prefix (ex. +, J, PB, etc) are excluded, but biography collections with call numbers beginning with B or BIO are included, and added into the total 920 Dewey Range.
    • Item counts for the libraries of Brandon and Campbellsport are excluded, as those libraries use broad categories rather than Dewey; any circ in item categoreis in those libraries comes from items owned by other libraries.
    • For both the Adult and Juvenile tabs, subjects that are in the top ten circulating subjects are highlighted, with the same color highlighting the subject on the count side of the report, to indicate which items are highly circulating and large collections. Red text indicates that the category has high circulation, but is not in the top 30 categories by item count.

2017

2017-2016 Year-to-Date Circulation - A comparison of each month's total circ with the same month of the previous year, with a percentage change. Includes tabs for comparing 2016-2015.

NetLender/NetBorrower -- In addition to showing net lender and net borrower information, this report also shows the amount of circulation that occurs from the owning library's collection and the amount that comes from other libraries.

Circulation and Count of Books, Adult and Juvenile, by Dewey Range (2017)

  • Top 30 Dewey Categories System-wide, for Adult and Juvenile collections, ranked by circulation and count  of items
  • Top 30 Dewey Categories of individual libraries, for Adult collections, ranked by circulation and count of items
    • These tables show the top thirty Dewey call number categories ranked by total item circulation and total item counts, split out by Adult and Juvenile collections for Item Type (for Adult collections) BOOK, BOOK-LH, and BOOK-NH, and (for Juvenile collections) JBOOK, JBOOK-LH, JBOOK-NH.
    • Circulation is based on what was checked out at each library, not the item’s owning library; the report may therefore show circulation in an area of the collection where the library does not own any items, based on the item count column. Any nonfiction call number beginning with a prefix (ex. +, J, PB, etc) are excluded, but biography collections with call numbers beginning with B or BIO are included, and added into the total 920 Dewey Range.
    • Item counts for the libraries of Brandon and Campbellsport are excluded, as those libraries use broad categories rather than Dewey; any circ in item categoreis in those libraries comes from items owned by other libraries.
    • For both the Adult and Juvenile tabs, subjects that are in the top ten circulating subjects are highlighted, with the same color highlighting the subject on the count side of the report, to indicate which items are highly circulating and large collections. Red text indicates that the category has high circulation, but is not in the top 30 categories by item count.

2017 Most Popular Titles - A ranked list of the most popular Adult titles checked out in 2017; renewals are not counted towards the total checkout, only the initial check out.

2016

NetLender/NetBorrower -- In addition to showing net lender and net borrower information, this report also shows the amount of circulation that occurs from the owining library's collection and the amount that comes from other libraries.

Circulation by UserCat1, Resident-Nonresident: There are annual reports for each Winnefox county, with a separate sheet for each library, for the resident-Nonresident circulation statistics needed for the state annual report.

2016-2015 Year-to-Date Circulation:

  • 2016-2015 Year-to-Date Circulation This YTD report shows the totals for each library with a comparison to the previous year and the percentage change. For previous years, including the comparion from 2014-2013 and 2013-2012, please see the 2015-2014 document.

2016 Most Popular Titles

  • 2016 Top Circ Titles - This report ranks, by total circulation across the entire system, the most popular titles for 2016, for Adult Books, Adult DVDs, Juvy Books, and Juvy DVDs.

Circulation and Count of Books, Adult and Juvenile, by Dewey Range (2016)

  • Top 30 Dewey Categories System-wide, for Adult and Juvenile collections, ranked by circulation and count  of items
  • Top 30 Dewey Categories of individual libraries, for Adult collections, ranked by circulation and count of items
    • These tables show the top thirty Dewey call number categories ranked by total item circulation and total item counts, split out by Adult and Juvenile collections for Item Type (for Adult collections) BOOK, BOOK-LH, and BOOK-NH, and (for Juvenile collections) JBOOK, JBOOK-LH, JBOOK-NH.
    • Circulation is based on what was checked out at each library, not the item’s owning library; the report may therefore show circulation in an area of the collection where the library does not own any items, based on the item count column. Any nonfiction call number beginning with a prefix (ex. +, J, PB, etc) are excluded, but biography collections with call numbers beginning with B or BIO are included, and added into the total 920 Dewey Range.
    • Item counts for the libraries of Brandon and Campbellsport are excluded, as those libraries use broad categories rather than Dewey; any circ in item categoreis in those libraries comes from items owned by other libraries.
    • For both the Adult and Juvenile tabs, subjects that are in the top ten circulating subjects are highlighted, with the same color highlighting the subject on the count side of the report, to indicate which items are highly circulating and large collections. Red text indicates that the category has high circulation, but is not in the top 30 categories by item count.

2015

  • Percentage of Circulation from Renewals -- From Aug 5th 2014-Aug 5th 2015, percentage of total circ that comes from renewals. Two charts: one by library, one by % (high to low).
  • 2015 Most Popular Titles -- This report ranks, by total number of checkouts for all items, the most popular items checked out across the entire system for 2015, regardless of owning library or checkout library.
  • Circulation and Count of Books, Adult and Juvenile, by Dewey Range (2015)
    • Top 30 Dewey Categories, Ranked by Circulation and Count (System)
    • Top 30 Dewey Categories, Ranked by Circulation and Count (per Library)
    • These tables show the top thirty Dewey call number categories ranked by total item circulation and total item counts, split out by Adult and Juvenile collections for Item Type (for Adult collections) BOOK, BOOK-LH, and BOOK-NH, and (for Juvenile collections) JBOOK, JBOOK-LH, JBOOK-NH.
      Circulation is based on what was checked out at each library, not the item’s owning library; the report may therefore show circulation in an area of the collection where the library does not own any items, based on the item count column. Item counts for the libraries of Campbellsport and Coloma are excluded, as those libraries use broad categories rather than Dewey.
      Any nonfiction call number beginning with a prefix (ex. +, J, PB, etc) is also excluded.
      B and BIO collections are INCLUDED, and added to the total 920 Dewey range.
      For both the Adult and Juvenile tabs, subjects that are in the top ten circulating subjects are highlighted, with the same color highlighting the subject on the count side of the report, to indicate which items are highly circulating and large collections.
  • Circulation by UserCat1, Resident-Nonresident: There are annual reports for each Winnefox county, with a separate sheet for each library, for the resident-Nonresident circulation statistics needed for the state annual report.

2014

  • Total Circulation: Lists each library's total circulation for 2014, as a single number totalling all items and all users. 
  • Circulation by Item Owner Lists the total circulation of each library's items, split out by the checkout library (i.e., the total number of checkouts for Berlin's items at Berlin, the total checkouts of Berlin's items at Campbellsport, etc.)
  • Circulation by UserCat1, Resident-Nonresident There are annual reports for each Winnefox county, with a separate sheet for each library, for the resident-Nonresident circulation statistics needed for the state annual report.
  • 2014 Net Borrower/Lender Report

  • Circulation and Count of Books, Adult and Juvenile, by Dewey Range (2014)

    • Top 30 Dewey Categories, Ranked by Circulation and Count 
      These tables show the top thirty Dewey call number categories ranked by total item circulation and total item counts, split out by Adult and Juvenile collections for Item Type (for Adult collections) BOOK, BOOK-LH, and BOOK-NH, and (for Juvenile collections) JBOOK, JBOOK-LH, JBOOK-NH.
      Circulation is based on what was checked out at each library, not the item’s owning library; the report may therefore show circulation in an area of the collection where the library does not own any items, based on the item count column. Item counts for the libraries of Campbellsport and Coloma are excluded, as those libraries use broad categories rather than Dewey.
      Any nonfiction call number beginning with a prefix (ex. +, J, PB, etc) is also excluded.
      B and BIO collections are INCLUDED, and added to the total 920 Dewey range.
      In both the rank by circulation and the rank by count tables, subjects that are in the top thirty for both Adult and Juvenile collections are highlighted.
      To see an individual library’s circulation and item count per Dewey range, and the complete ranking of all Dewey ranges by circulation and by item count please see: Circulation and Count by Dewey per Library

2013

  • Net Lender/Borrower Report
    In addition to showing net lender and net borrower information, this report also shows the amount of circulation that occurs from the owining library's collection and the amount that comes from other libraries.
  • Circ -- Average By Hours and Users Report
    This report includes average circ by number of open hours per library; average circ by number of active patrons; number of unique users (who checked out at least one item) by Checkout library; average number of circs for those unique users.
  • Circulation by UserCat1, Resident-Nonresident
    There are annual reports for each Winnefox county, with a separate sheet for each library, for the resident-Nonresident circulation statistics needed for the state annual report.
  • Circulation and Count of Books, Adult and Juvenile, by Dewey Range (2013)
    • Top 30 Dewey Categories, Ranked by Circulation and Count
      These tables show the top thirty Dewey call number categories ranked by total item circulation and total item counts, split out by Adult and Juvenile collections for Item Type (for Adult collections) BOOK, BOOK-LH, and BOOK-NH, and (for Juvenile collections) JBOOK, JBOOK-LH, JBOOK-NH.
      Circulation is based on what was checked out at each library, not the item’s owning library; the report may therefore show circulation in an area of the collection where the library does not own any items, based on the item count column. Item counts for the libraries of Campbellsport and Coloma are excluded, as those libraries use broad categories rather than Dewey.
      Any nonfiction call number beginning with a prefix (ex. +, J, PB, etc) is also excluded.
      B and BIO collections are INCLUDED, and added to the total 920 Dewey range.
      In both the rank by circulation and the rank by count tables, subjects that are in the top thirty for both Adult and Juvenile collections are highlighted.
      To see an individual library’s circulation and item count per Dewey range, and the complete ranking of all Dewey ranges by circulation and by item count (also split out by Adult and Juvenile collections), please see the main 2013 Circulation by Dewey report, available here: Circulation and Count of Books, Adult and Juvenile, by Dewey Range (2013)

2012

2011

  • Fond du Lac County
  • Green Lake County
  • Marquette County
  • Waushara County
  • WInnebago County
  • Count and circulation (2011) of books, adult and juvenile, by Dewey breakouts
    The Dewey report is based on the Item types--BOOK, BOOK-LH and BOOK-NH for adult, and JBOOK, JBOOK-LH, and JBOOK-NH for juvenile.
    The circulation is based on what was checked out at the library.  Since that material may have come from another library, the report may show circulation in a Dewey area where the library doesn't own any titles.  There is a description for each Dewey breakout.
    The report shows the counts and circulation for all of the WALS libraries.  It has been formatted for printing a single library at a time.  Use the print preview to determine the pages needed for just your library.
    The spreadsheet includes a "Top 30" for both adult and juvenile Dewey circulation and item counts.
    The report EXCLUDES adult nonfiction for Campbellsport and juvenile for Coloma because those libraries use broad categories rather than Dewey for those parts of their collection.
    The report also EXCLUDES any nonfiction call number that starts with a letter rather than an actual dewey number:  The prefixes +, J, PB, WI, for example.
    The report DOES include B and BIO.  These were added to the 920 Dewey range.
  • Circulation by Owner of the Item (Net Lender/Net Borrower)

Circulation Trends, 2005-2014 by Broad Category of Material

  • This report shows each library's circulation of books, CDs, DVDs, etc., over the nine year period from 2005-2014. Each library's highest number of circulations in each category is indicated with red text on a red background.
 

All-WALS

Documents from and related to the All-WALS conferences held periodically through the year, usually on months that have a fifth Tuesday.

 

Tutorials

Here are links to screenshots, screencasts, and downloadable FAQs, guides, and other demonstrations of how to use new or changed functions in Workflows.

Cash Management

Cash Management is an optional set of wizards within Workflows that allows libraries to handle patron purchases of library-designated items (pay for print jobs, book sale items, Friends donations, etc), and then report on transactions at the workstation at the end of the day.

For libraries using Cash Management, there is a general tutorial on how to start using Cash Management, first presented at the March 30, 2016 All-WALS meeting: Cash Management Presentation. 

For common questions, there is also a Cash Management troubleshooting guide  available (after downloading, please select "Enable Editing" and press Ctrl while clicking to follow hyperlinks).

To perform a refund using Cash Management, please see the Cash Management Refunds document.

If you have questions, please contact Melissa at klein@winnefox.org, or 920-236-5230.

Catalog Tutorials

Documents on explanations and helpful tips on the new catalog ("Enterprise".)

Circulation Tutorials

How-tos, reminders, and other guides to general circulation functions can be found here.

Thirty-Second Reminders About Modifying Users

Removing Deceased Patrons (with thanks to the Neenah Public Library for sharing their guide)

Handling "Field Not Defined" error

How to use the Transfer Wizard

MobileCirc

MobileCirc is an optional app developed by Sirsi for use on smartphones and tablets. It is the equivilent to WorkFlows on mobile devices. With a device that has the MobileCirc app, libraries can check out, register patrons, pull holds, perform weeding, and other circulation functions. Also, MobileCirc can be used to track events in the library, to generate statistics on who is using library programs.

For more information about MobileCirc, including installation and setup, please see the MobileCirc FAQ document, and the MobileCirc Event Tracking document, or contact Melissa Klein at klein@winnefox.org or 920-236-5230. 

Offline Circulation

In the event of an Internet outage, WorkFlows can be used ONLY to check out items.

Please see the guide Working with Offline Circulation for more information.

Mobile Circ is not a good substitute for WF Offline Circulation.

Updating WorkFlows

Updating Workflows:

Usually, when there is an update to the system, the next time you log into Workflows, you will be prompted to update Workflows. In general, this is a matter of following the prompts and accepting the default answers. A more detailed description of the process can be found in this document: Updating Workflows.

If you run into any problems, contact Karla (smith@winnefox.org), Melissa (klein@winnefox.org), or Pete (hodge@winnefox.org).