WYLD Road Trip Brings Training to Locations Around the State

Sep 13, 2022

Selfie of three women taken outside in front of a scenic background

(L to R) Cori Hundley, Katelyn Wittenborn, and Shantry Miller

Three Wyoming State Library staffers took to the road recently to train library workers, answer questions, and share news of upcoming developments.

Two members of the WYLD Support Team, Systems Librarian Cori Hundley and Bibliographic Services Librarian Shantry Miller, were accompanied by Interlibrary Loan Technician Katelyn Wittenborn from the WSL’s Information Services work unit. Their trip took them to the Ten Sleep Branch Library, Washakie County Library in Worland, Hot Springs County Library in Thermopolis, Riverton Branch Library, Central Wyoming College, and Fremont County Library.

Cori and Shantry offered updates on the impending switch from the Enterprise interface to Aspen in WYLDCat. Among other topics, Shantry focused on cataloging, and Cori spoke on circulation maps. Katelyn was on hand to answer VDX and WorldShare questions.

Woman standing in room in front of people sitting at tables. A large computer screen is on the wall.

Cori conducting training at the Washakie County Library.

If you have questions on topics concerning your Wyoming library, WSL staff are always ready to assist. Visit our staff page or contact our service desk at statelibrary@wyo.gov or (307) 777-6333 to be directed to the appropriate person. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if we may help!

Woman standing in front of people seated at tables. A large computer screen is on the wall.

Shantry conducting training at Washakie County Library. Katelyn is seated on the left.

If you have a question about this or any other article, please contact us at statelibrary@wyo.gov

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