This looks like a very helpful reorganization of the documentation.
Lisa Setters Research and Web Librarian 859.858.2100 Frequently Asked Questions <http://answers.asburyseminary.edu> Library Instructional Services Asbury Theological Seminary *We have a new Library Loan Website! See http://guides.asburyseminary.edu/libraryloan for instructions.* On Tue, Aug 15, 2017 at 3:21 PM, Patrick, Irene <irene.patr...@ncdcr.gov> wrote: > Having migrated to Evergreen recently, at the beginning of this year, I > have found myself going to the documentation to try to figure out how > something works in Evergreen and having to check several different places > at times, because it was not obvious where I would find what I was looking > for. I think this organization of the documentation would be very helpful > for me, as well as for other staff. It certainly better reflects how we > think about the documentation, based on experience with previous systems. > > In short, it would definitely be valuable for me, and this arrangement > would make sense for our library. > > > Irene Patrick > Library & Information Management Systems Librarian > N.C. Government & Heritage Library > State Library of North Carolina > N.C. Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources > (919) 807-7413 > irene.patr...@ncdcr.gov > > 109 E. Jones Street | 4640 Mail Service Center | Raleigh, North > Carolina 27699-4600 > > Email correspondence to and from this address is subject to the > North Carolina Public Records Law and may be disclosed to third parties. > _____________________________________________________________ > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Jane Sandberg [mailto:sand...@linnbenton.edu] > Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2017 2:43 PM > To: Evergreen Discussion Group <firstname.lastname@example.org>; > Documentation discussion for Evergreen software < > open-ils-documentat...@list.georgialibraries.org> > Subject: [OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Reorganized documentation: proof of concept > > 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: > http://docs-testing.evergreen-ils.org/ > > 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 http://docs-testing.evergreen-ils.org/ > > Thanks very much for your help, > > -Jane > > -- > Jane Sandberg > Electronic Resources Librarian > Linn-Benton Community College > sand...@linnbenton.edu / 541-917-4655 > Pronouns: she/her/hers or they/them/theirs >