Dear Evergreeners,

Jillianne Presley and I have put together a proof of concept for a new
direction for Evergreen's documentation, and DIG would really
appreciate your input.

Rather than the current documentation, which tries to be many things
to many people, the reorganized documentation is separated into
separate manuals, each with its own audience (e.g. catalogers,
front-line circ folks, sysadmins).  The hope is that this organization
will help get the right content to the right people, and help DIG keep
tabs on documentation gaps.

You can find the new manuals in the bottom half of this page:

Keep in mind that -- in this proof-of-concept iteration -- there are
some pieces of documentation that are in the wrong manual.  However,
we hope that it is close enough that you'd be able to tell us:

a) if you think that reorganized documentation would be a valuable
thing for this community to have.

b) if the current breakdowns of manuals would make sense for your library.

c) other feedback on this project.

Again, that link is

Thanks very much for your help,


Jane Sandberg
Electronic Resources Librarian
Linn-Benton Community College / 541-917-4655
Pronouns: she/her/hers or they/them/theirs

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