[ISLMA-Share] New Books
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There is a electronic sticky not
(Chrome) that you can keep on your computer desktop. Sometimes I use a
wire notebook. If possible, I try to add them directly to an order list
(on Amazon, Follett, or Bound to Stay Bound) that I have named and dated
(ie. Fall 2016 Budget), knowing I will heavily edit that list later. Then I
know I won't lose it or forget about it, and I always have something ready
to go in case I get some extra funds.
On Tue, Jul 5, 2016 at 9:24 PM, Email list for the Illinois School Library
Media Association <islma at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:
> I am overwhelmed with sticky notes in catalogs, emails and information
> about new books being released… how do you keep track? I order from Follett
> so WHEN I have time, I add them to my wish list but then that gets
> overwhelming too… what are some tricks and tips to simplify this process?
> Amy Bendall
> District 34 Library Media Specialist
> Antioch School District 34
> Antioch, IL
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