Re: Naming templates
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We try to show exactly what the template will be used for. We have 3
branches so we proceed their item record templates with their two letter
code (NC, EC, SB) and they say - Non-Circ, Circulating, CD-ROMS, etc.
For checkin templates, we all use the same templates so we have,
periodical, book, serial, cal. doc, fed. doc. The very specific ones
(documents) have many of the fields hard-coded so the person creating
the records does not have to add a lot of information.
For order records, we use mostly the type of material, i.e. book,
standing order, old standing order, periodical For donations we proceed
the word "donation" with the branch location code.
Remember, in Millennium you can set "preferred" templates. This
helps when a person (like our gov. doc. person) only deals with Cal.
Docs and Fed. Docs and only needs these templates. Our branches can set
only theirs to show. It helps keep down the errors.
Powell, Teresa G wrote:
Anyone have any advice on a naming convention for templates? We are
concerned about people choosing the correct template and want to
establish a common procedure for naming newly created templates. Can
anyone share the methodology they use to name their templates?
Thanks in advance,
Teresa G. Powell
Librarian, Boeing Library and Learning Center Services
teresa dot g dot powell at boeing dot com
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