Western Wayne Elementary is located in Cambridge City, Indiana and serves Pre-K through Grade 5. Zak Zurel is the media specialist at both the elementary and high school libraries. Western Wayne School District has been a Surpass customer for over 20 years!
Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church Library in Apple Valley, Minnesota provides a variety of resources such as fiction/nonfiction books, teen and children's books, DVD's, Bible commentaries, small group resources, books on prayer, grieving, racial injustice and much more. The church library utilizes Surpass Self Check. Ardell Bengston is the librarian.
The Law Practice Management Program maintains a library of books, audio CDs and DVDs on various topics related to law office management and technology that can be checked out by Bar members, members' staff, and law students. Kim Henry is the librarian.
The St. Mary Magdalene Library has used Surpass Software for its online catalog for the past 6 years. The library is run by volunteers and supports Christian Faith Formation for both adults and children by cataloging the resources of both our Christian Formation Office, as well as our Library. It contains materials that have been purchased through a generous grant, monetary donations, as well as materials donated by clergy and parishioners. It is unique in that it also incorporates the “Library Lender” concept, where parishioners keep materials they wish to lend at their residence until they are requested by a library patron. Barbara Brown is the librarian.
The Rhode Island Materials Access Center (RIMAC) is the support center for the Rhode Island Accessible Educational Materials Initiative, a statewide system designed to provide appropriate accessible formats for an eligible person. RIMAC supports school districts and families across Rhode Island to help them address students’ needs for educational materials in accessible formats. Librarian Becky Jones says, "our OPAC site is part of a new initiative to expand the resources they offer beyond just Braille and large print materials in a format that provides transparency about all the materials we have to lend."