The ‘Book Report 1 (BR1): Number of Successful Title Requests by Month and Title’ usage report has now been renamed to ‘Book Repor2 (BR2): Number of Successful Section Requests by Month and Title’ to better reflect how ebook content is downloaded in sections versus by title.
MARC RECORDS VIA INTERNET EXPLORER
If you use Internet Explorer and want to use FTP to download the Accessible Archives MARC Records, you need to update IE options to turn off passive mode for FTP. To do that under the Tools menu, select Internet Options, click on the Advanced tab and under Browsing, make sure the Use Passive FTP check box IS UNCHECKED as shown here:
BROWSING IMAGE-ONLY AMERICAN COUNTY HISTORIES STATES
Accessible Archives has enhanced our State and County dropdown lists – that appear when the user clicks on American County Histories in the Publication Type or Source dropdowns – so that States which have available images but no searchable XML/text yet will display BROWSE ONLY in the County dropdown box. Users can then go to our Browse the Archives page to view available book images for the books that will be available for those States.
Our American County Histories Collection continue to grow. We are happy to announce seven new volumes are fully searchable.
- ARIZONA’S YESTERDAY BEING THE NARRATIVE OF JOHN H. CADY PIONEER. — Arizona (Browse)
- THE MARVELLOUS COUNTRY; OR, THREE YEARS IN ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO. – SECOND EDITION. — Arizona (Browse)
- THE LEADING FACTS OF NEW MEXICAN HISTORY – VOL. II. — New Mexico (Browse)
- THE LEADING FACTS OF NEW MEXICAN HISTORY – VOL. III. — New Mexico (Browse)
- THE LEADING FACTS OF NEW MEXICAN HISTORY – VOL. IV. — New Mexico (Browse)
- THE LEADING FACTS OF NEW MEXICAN HISTORY – VOL. V. — New Mexico (Browse)
- HISTORY OF TEXAS – VOLUME 2. — Texas (Browse)
The Browse and/or Search links below are for visitors on networks with institutional access to this collection. Individuals with personal subscriptions must login at accessible.com to access the Browse and Search features.
We hope to see you in the exhibit hall at ALA’s Annual Conference and Exhibition in San Francisco later this month. You can find us in the Exhibit Hall at booth number 2107 in the Moscone Center’s South Hall near the Post Office and the What’s Cooking @ ALA Stage.
With hundreds of exhibiting organizations and stages featuring the hottest authors, and numerous related fun events, the exhibit floor is an integral part of your learning, professional development, and networking that takes place at the conference. The Exhibit Hall offers you the opportunity to explore and discuss with expert vendors the breadth and depth of new and favorite library products, services, books, online services, tools, and technologies.
With an agenda including over eighty educational sessions, several poster session presentations, a products & services tradeshow, a performer’s showcase, as well as numerous meal and networking opportunities, PALA 2013 is a great event.
We hope you will join our Accessible Archives representatives at PA Libraries: Architects of Change. We will be in booth 106 in the Exhibit Hall during PaLA Conference’s exhibit days of October 21 and 22, 2013 in Seven Springs, Pennsylvania.
We have been following the Tweets from #PaLA2013 as well:
— katie (@katerzina) October 21, 2013
— Heather M. Metheny (@MethenyHM) October 21, 2013
— Jessica Hermiller (@reallyjessica) October 21, 2013
"In 2020 the library will be more about what it does for people rather than what it has for people. " #pala2013
— elizabeth davis (@elidavis) October 21, 2013
And for the early risers at the Pennsylvania Library Association’s 2013 Conference tomorrow.
— PA Library Assoc (@PALibraryAssoc) October 21, 2013