Streamline all your circulation tasks and reduce the training effort for volunteers, students and pages.
More functionality available with OCLC's Digby® app!
The Digby mobile app has helped libraries' student workers, volunteers, and staff manage common library tasks like handling pull lists and reshelving more efficiently. Additionally, a Digby-enabled device can help your library conduct a basic inventory. Digby's inventory feature includes exception recognition for items on hold, etc., an inventory items report, and support for Bluetooth laser scanners.
More recently, we added a check-in feature. Your workers now can scan items’ barcodes to check in items, clear Missing and Lost statuses, and route items to the circulation desk to fulfill holds or transit to another location. They also can view a list of checked-in items sorted by call number or the order they were checked in.
Complete circulation tasks on a tablet, laptop or any device with a Web browser
With WorldShare Circulation, your library operations can be performed on any tablet, laptop, smart phone or other device with a Web browser. The portability of these devices means you can more easily complete tasks, such as inventory, because you carry out the tasks in your library's stacks.
Works with your existing systems and all other WorldShare applications
With WorldShare Circulation, interoperability is included. It supports interaction with self-check machines as well as financial management and student records systems such as Banner.
Your library group can choose from individual, group or a combination of individual and group circulation options
A unique "group aware" model lets you integrate circulation tasks among a group, while allowing for flexibility in circulation and holds policies, access to user records, notification and billing options and collections of payments.
WorldShare Management Services
WorldShare Circulation is available as part of the WorldShare Management Services suite.
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Meeting the evolving needs of academic libraries: A demonstration of WorldShare Management Services