[Koha] library without a librarian

Margaret Matthews bookwoman8285 at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 27 12:36:15 NZDT 2011

My small library is without a librarian every day of the month except one when I visit the school.  We have taught the students and faculty how to ck out and ck in.  We do not use reserve or hold- they look it up on opac and ck it out right then and there and then ck it on when finished with it. We have had no problems yet. 


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On Mar 26, 2011, at 1:29 PM, Daniel Schwitzgebel <daniel.schwitzgebel at gmail.com> wrote:

I agree with you, but I work for IT, I'm not a project coordinator.

Now we have the same situation but with a paper, the person took the book 
and sign a paper and seems works.

2011/3/26 <hansbkk at gmail.com>
Don't have people reserve anything, just check them out via the OPAC
then and there instead.

But what about all the books that people will take out without doing
anything in Koha?

And all the books that get returned without getting checked back in?
And re-shelved in the wrong location?

I'm finding it hard to imagine how this would work. . .

On Sun, Mar 27, 2011 at 12:18 AM, schwitzd <schwitzd at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> We are planning to set up a library whitout librarian in our company.
> I'm testing koha and seems to work well.
> In our library there will not be a librarian, the person reserve the book on
> the opac interface and will take it by self.
> My problem is if the book is not checked out it still available in the opac
> interface, there is a way to by pass the check out?
> Is not possible if the book is reserved becomes automatically not available
> on the opac interface?
> sorry for my english... is not very good :)

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