Checked Out

The checked out page is a running list of checked out items, along with details about due dates, user it was checked out to, and the ability to check the item back in. Items are listed in order of date due, with the item due soonest at top. Items that […]

Lending Overview

As a Pro user, you can lend out items to patrons. When viewing the lending page, you can search for items from any library that you have access to, and check them out to any patron in the system.The top left input bar Lending Item allows you to search for items using the […]

Published Libraries – Public Site

All managers have the option to publish any subset of the libraries that they have access to under their username. For example, if user1 published library3 and library4, then those libraries would be publicly accessible at: https://user1.libib.com The pro published page shown below, has additional features available to it:  Exposing searching, tags, additional meta-data, logos, removing the feed, […]

Kiosk Web – Patron Self Checkout

Libib offers managers the option of two types of kiosks for patron self checkout: Kiosk Web: A website kiosk, to be used on desktop and laptop computers with a physical barcode scanner. This article discusses the web kiosk. Kiosk App: A mobile app for iOS and Android tablets. The app […]

Search

Searching is fairly straightforward. By default searching will look through titles, creators (authors, directors, actors and band/artists), description, tags, notes and groups. When clicking on the arrow dropdown, advanced options appear. These options will let you create advanced searches to delve deeper into your data. Using the advanced search will […]

Home Page – Understanding the Layout

Your home page is where your catalogs exists. From this page you can find all your items, and switch between your different libraries. The top center of your home page screen is going to be the same for each library, and facilitates navigating your catalog in different ways. Search: By default search will […]

Feed

The feed is a list of all recent activity for yourself, as well as those you follow. It is similar in concept to Twitter’s feed. When a site is published, it will automatically post your status dates: Completed and In Progress dates. Post – Create a new post which will be shown to your followers, as […]

Dashboards

Dashboards are pre-built visualizations that Libib provides in order for you to see stats about your libraries. Items added and completed within a rolling year Items added by year (5 years worth of data) Average ratings by year (5 years worth of data) Items reviewed (percentage and number of total) […]

Batch Edit

Batch edit is a pro feature that will allow you to select and edit multiple items at a time within a single library. You can batch tags, add notes, add groups, move items from one library to another, add a new status, or delete items within a single library. Make your selection of items first; the batch edit options […]