Te Puna Replacement Project
Te Puna Services moved from an internally hosted service to a cloud-based service hosted by OCLC (Online Computer Learning Centre) in May 2016.
The Te Puna Replacement project was set up to decide on and implement the best solution to enable Te Puna to provide up-to-date services to its members, using a modern, next-generation system.
Te Puna Replacement training resources
The following sections link to current documentation and presentations on key aspects of the new service. The presentations will be delivered during the training roadshows in April, May and June. Check this section regularly on the lead up to go-live for up to date information on training resources.
Check list for Te Puna members
A check list for Te Puna member libraries to ensure that they are ready for go-live covering cataloguing, search and interloan.
- Logging in to your WorldShare instance (docx, 240KB)
- Creating users in your WorldShare instance (pdf, 573KB)
- Training web links (docx, 53KB)
- Te Puna Interloan (docx, 3.3MB)
- Using Record Manager (docx, 3.4MB)
- Adding Serial Holdings to WorldCat (docx, 2MB)
- Te Puna Search (docx, 6.1MB)
Te Puna Replacement Project Reference Group
The Te Puna Replacement Project Reference Group has been providing advice during the replacement project. If you have thoughts, ideas or feedback to contribute to the Te Puna Replacement Project contact your Sector Representative and they’ll bring it to the Reference Group.
Feedback from Te Puna Forum 2014
Te Puna member library input was sought at the Te Puna Forum 2014. This was conducted by a survey sent to all member libraries and a workshop session at the Forum venues in Wellington, Christchurch and Auckland.