The Indiana State Library and the Evergreen Indiana Governance subcommittees lead a variety of live trainings for member libraries’ staff. These trainings are offered free of charge and may be hosted by the Indiana State Library, via webinar, or any member library with appropriate facilities. Most live trainings are eligible for LEUs. Standard courses are offered quarterly. Registration is usually required to ensure sufficient supplies and space are available.
Our standard courses include:
This two hour class will explain the various moving parts that make the patron-initiated holds in Evergreen Indiana function including an introduction, patron and item settings, types, placing a hold, holds maintenance, transits, and hold notification options. 2 Technology LEUs
This course will teach local administrative settings and the basics of setting up reports and using existing templates to run reports. It is intended for library directors, department heads and branch managers who have already gone live with Evergreen Indiana. NOTE: This class DOES NOT cover creating reports from scratch. 2 Technology LEUs
We are in the process of converting our basic live courses to asynchronously available online classes. Please note that this coursework heavily reflects Evergreen Indiana policy and procedures. If you are taking the course as a representative of another library or library consortium, your policies and procedures may differ significantly.
Manuals – Handbooks and training manuals for Evergreen Indiana.
Print Tutorials – Master the staff client with printable tutorials.
Archived Webinars – Follow along as trainers demonstrate best practices and explain how to get the most out of the Evergreen ILS