Re: [firefly_nyc] Re: Firefly for the library
- Shamefully yes Josie :) In my defense though, NYPL has not made it all that easy for the public to use our system. They keep asking the librarians for our input then ignoring all our suggestions!Ashley
On 5/31/07, Josina Peterson <josinapeterson@...> wrote:
Am I reading this correctly that librarians have a hard time finding
research in the public system?
>From: "Ashley Curran" < britexpat@...>
>Subject: Re: [firefly_nyc] Re: Firefly for the library
>Date: Thu, 31 May 2007 20:03:53 -0400
>I'm a librarian, at NYPL and even I had to search for it, no they
>don't make it easy, which is probably why its not used all that much.
>On 5/31/07, barnabyhardlyworking < barnabyhardlyworking@...> wrote:
>> Thanks for posting this link! I've been looking for this form on the
>>NYPL website on-and-off for weeks now. They certainly don't make it
>>easy to find, do they? (and I'm a librarian!)
>>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org <firefly_nyc%40yahoogroups.com>,
>>"Ashley Curran" <britexpat@...>
>> > As an employee of the New York Public Library and a Browncoat I
>> > would do the library a favour and rectify a deep wrong, so I went
>> > donated a new set of Firefly DVD's to the library because they did
>> > any!
>> > That was over 6 months ago and I still haven't seen them on the
>>shelf at my
>> > branch (I sent them directly to cataloging). I suspect a decision
>> > to not add them to the collection and someone probably gained a
>> > set of DVD's!
>> > So I was wondering if you could all fill in the "recommend an item
>> > that they would see that there really is an interest. Heres the link
>> > http://www.nypl.org/books/suggest.cfm You can put that NYPL does
>>not own the
>> > item, because believe me they don't!
>> > It is rather like opening a can of worms though, because as son as
>> > one copy the hold list will grow and grow, and then they'll be
>>forced to buy
>> > more :)
>> > Thanks,
>> > Ashley