A help desk tool for your library

One of the best features of TechAtlas is the ability to "mine" your technology inventory as critical data for driving technology planning in your library. Although it can be time-consuming to create the inventory in the first place, once you have done so, TechAtlas offers the ability to leverage the inventory information in a number of different ways.

The TechAtlas Event Tracker is one such tool. The Event Tracker is essentially a "help desk" tool, allowing you to track issues related to items in your TechAtlas inventory. Despite the great value of the tool, the Event Tracker is not as well known as some other parts of TechAtlas.

To help remedy this and show TechAtlas users how they can best take advantage of the Event Tracker, WebJunction is presenting a free webcast this Wednesday, June 7 beginning at 1 pm EDT / 10 am PDT. This webcast will focus exclusively on the Event Tracker, and how it can be used in a library setting. If you are interested in participating in this webcast, visit WebJunction's TechAtlas Online Learning Opportunities page to learn more.


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