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3 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Contents Contents i About This Guide Related Resources Getting Started Finding Your Way Around Getting Help Get quick help with searching Get help with any topic Searching Searching by Typing a Word Search by typing a word Searching Categories Search a category Searching Call Numbers Search call number categories Looking at Search Results Formats See your search results Go to a Web link Searching Tips Getting a Title From the Library Ask for any copy of a title Ask for a particular copy of a title Index
4 ii Contents Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1
5 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 About This Guide 1 About This Guide This guide explains how to use Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition, the Polaris Web application for children s access to the library catalog. It is intended for library staff who help children use Polaris library services, including catalog searches, Web access, and other functions the library may provide. Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Topics This guide covers the following topics: Getting Started Searching Getting a Title From the Library Learn how to get around in Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition, and how to get help with the catalog. Learn about the different ways you can search for books and information. You will also find some search tips, and learn how to get more information about your search results. When you find a book or other item you want, you can ask the library to hold it for you. This unit tells you how to do it. Related Resources Library staff who help children use Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition may find the following resources useful: Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Online Help Anyone using the Children s Catalog can access online Help, which provides searchable help topics for the Children s Catalog. Online Help topics are based on this guide. Polaris PowerPAC Guide and Online Help The library may provide a link from Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition to Polaris PowerPAC, the Web-based public access application for adults. See these resources for more information about Polaris PowerPAC. Library Polaris Administrator Many features of Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition can be customized for your library. If you have questions about how Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition is set up at the library, contact your Polaris administrator or trainer.
6 2 About This Guide Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1
7 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Getting Started 3 Getting Started Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition, your library s Children s Catalog, is designed for children who are connecting to the library by Internet, from outside the library or from computers set up in the library for children to use. You can do the following activities: Search for books and other materials, or Web sites Request materials from the library View the library s events page Some libraries may not offer all these activities. This unit covers the following topics: Finding Your Way Around on page 4 Getting Help on page 5 Terms click cursor link pointer type To press and release the pointer button. A movable symbol that shows a position on the screen. The cursor moves as you move the pointer. See also pointer. Text or picture on a Web page that you can click to go to another Web page. A device used to move the cursor on the computer screen. A pointer may be a mouse, trackball, touch screen, light pen, tablet, joy stick, or keypad. To press keys on the keyboard.
8 4 Getting Started Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Finding Your Way Around When you start using the library children s catalog, you see the Children s Catalog home page. The illustration shows the Children s Catalog home page. The home page for your library may not look exactly like this one. From the home page, you can do the following: Choose a theme - You can choose a theme (background) to change what the Children s Catalog looks like. (The library decides what themes you can pick.) Just click a theme on the left side of the page and see how the page changes. Launch a search from a list - Click a link in a list on the left side of the page to start a search or open a Web site. (The library decides what lists to show here.) Type a word to search for - You can search for a word in the titles, subjects, or series names of books or other materials, or you can search for an author s name. You can search for fiction (stories) or non-fiction (facts). See Searching by Typing a Word on page 12. Search a category - In the middle of the page, click a category to search for books or other materials in that category. See Searching Categories on page 14. See a list of events - Click Events to see a list of events. Get help - Click Help. See Getting Help on page 5. Important: You can go back to the home page by clicking the picture at the top of the page.
9 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Getting Started 5 Getting Help While you are using the Children s Catalog, you can get quick help with searching, or you can see more help topics about everything you can do in the Children s Catalog. Get quick help with searching Follow these steps to get quick help with searching. 1. Click the Help worm in the upper right area of the page. Below the search buttons, you see directions for searching under the heading How to Search. 2. Scroll the page to read all the directions. 3. Click Close Help to close How to Search.
10 6 Getting Started Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Get help with any topic Follow these steps to get help with any part of the children s catalog. 1. Click the For more help link near the bottom of the page. The guide to the children s catalog opens. Tip: The table of contents displays topics as they are organized in the guide. The table of contents shows how topics are related to each other, and lets you move from topic to topic. 2. To use the table of contents (left side of the window), follow these steps: a) Click a plus sign next to a topic to expand the topic.
11 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Getting Started 7 b) Click a topic link. Information about the topic is displayed in the right side of the Help window. Tip: The index lists help topics in alphabetical order. You may also find useful cross-references and alternate terms. 3. To use the index, follow these steps: a) Click Index in the table of contents. The index appears in the right side of the window. b) Click an index link to display a topic.
12 8 Getting Started Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide To search for a word, follow these steps: a) Type the word in the Find box at the top right side of the window, and press Enter. The first place the word appears in the guide is highlighted.
13 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Getting Started 9 b) Click the arrow buttons by the Find box to see the next or previous places where the word appears. 5. To navigate through pages, use these controls: Use the scroll bar to scroll through the topic. Click links in the topic information to display related topics. Click the page arrow buttons at the top the page to travel through the pages.
14 10 Getting Started Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide To close the guide window, click X in the upper right corner of the window.
15 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching 11 Searching Use the Children s Catalog to search for materials such as books and DVDs, as well as Web sites and other information sources. You can search by typing a word, by picking categories for searching, or by picking call numbers. The search results are shown in a list. You can see more information about any item in the list, such as where you can find the item in the library and whether it is checked out. This unit covers the following topics: Searching by Typing a Word on page 12 Searching Categories on page 14 Searching Call Numbers on page 16 Looking at Search Results on page 18 Searching Tips on page 24 Terms bibliography call number A list of related titles. A number that identifies a book or other material and shows where it is on the shelf in relation to other books or materials.
16 12 Searching Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching by Typing a Word You can find a book or other material by typing a word or words to look for. You can look for a word in a title, a series name, an author s name, a subject, or anywhere in the library catalog. You can also decide if you want to find just fiction (novels and stories), or just non-fiction (such as history, science, or biographies). Example: To find the book Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, type Phoenix and click Title. This search works because the word Phoenix is part of the book s title. Search by typing a word Follow these steps to search by typing a word or words. 1. Type a word or words in the Look for box. You can type part of a word and an asterisk * to stand for the rest of the word. Example: To look for wizards, you can type wiz* You can type a question mark? to stand for exactly one character. Example: To look for woman or women, you can type wom?n. If you type more than one word, the order does not matter. Example: Harry Potter looks for Harry Potter, Potter Harry, Harry, or Potter. Some short, common words are skipped in searches, usually words like a, an, and, for, from, in, of, on, the, to, and with. Do not type these words. Each word should have more than two characters.
17 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching Pick a place in the library catalog to look for the word you typed: Tip: You can type a word and press ENTER to find materials with your word anywhere in the library catalog. Click Anywhere to find materials with your word anywhere in the library catalog. Click Subjects to find materials about subjects that include your word. Click Titles to find materials with titles that include your word. Click Authors to find materials by authors whose names include your word. Click Series to find materials in a series, where the series name includes your word. Click Fiction to find stories. Click Non-Fiction to find facts. The search starts. If the search finds anything, you see the search results list. If the search does not find anything, you see a page with search help. 3. To clear your search results and go back to the home page, click the picture at the top of the page. Related Information Tips - See Searching Tips on page 24 for some suggestions about searching. Get more information about a title - See Looking at Search Results on page 18. Ask the library to hold a title for you - See Getting a Title From the Library on page 25.
18 14 Searching Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching Categories You can search for subjects by categories, without typing any words. The search results can include books, other materials, or Web sites. The library decides what categories you can search. Example: Suppose the library offers the category Animals. You click Animals and see additional categories of animals, such as Wild Animals, Farm Animals, and Legendary Animals. You click Legendary Animals and see two categories, Dragons and Unicorns. When you click Dragons, you see a list of titles about dragons. Click a title to find the title. Search a category Follow these steps to search categories for books, Web sites, and other materials. 1. Click a category on the Children s Catalog home page. The illustration shows an example. A list of subcategories or targets (or both) appears. Subcategories are just categories within categories. When you click a target, you may launch a search, see a list of titles, or go to a Web site. 2. Click a subcategory, or click a target. If you clicked a subcategory, you may see more subcategories, or targets (or both).
19 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching 15 You can move around in a category by clicking the links at the top of the page. They show the categories and subcategories you have already picked. If you clicked a target that runs a search, you see the search results. If you clicked a target that shows a bibliography, you see a list of titles in the bibliography. Click any title to start a search for the title. If you clicked a target that connects to a Web site, the Web site opens on a separate page. When you are done with the Web site, click X in the top right corner of the page to close it and return to the Children s Catalog. 3. To clear your search results and go back to the home page, click the picture at the top of the Children s Catalog page. Related Information Get more information about a title - See Looking at Search Results on page 18. Ask the library to hold a title for you - See Getting a Title From the Library on page 25.
20 16 Searching Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching Call Numbers Your library may show a category for Dewey Decimal searching. The Dewey Decimal category organizes books and other materials by their call numbers. When you pick a Dewey Decimal target, the search results include books and other materials with call numbers in the target range. Example: Are you looking for books about computers? Books and other materials about technology have Dewey Decimal call numbers in the 600s. If you click the Dewey Decimal 600s target, the search results show books and other materials about computers, as well as books and materials about other technology subjects. Search call number categories Follow these steps to find titles by their call numbers. 1. Click Dewey Decimal in the Categories area of the home page. Note: To clear your search results and go back to the home page, click the picture at the top of the page. 2. Click a call number target. You see the search results, which include titles in the call number range of the target.
21 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching 17 Related Information Get more information about a title - See Looking at Search Results on page 18. Ask the library to hold a title for you - See Getting a Title From the Library on page 25.
22 18 Searching Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Looking at Search Results The search results list shows the titles your search found and some information about each title. At the top of the list, you see how many titles are in the list and where you are in the list. You can select any title in the list to see more information about the title, including where to find it in the library. If your search finds only one title, you see more information about the title right away.
23 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching 19 Formats A small picture by each title shows the title s type of material: Blu-ray disc Large print Audio ebook Manuscript material Book + CD Book Book + Cassette Videotape Abstract Motion picture Digital collection Two-dimensional nonprojected graphic DVD Visual materials Videorecording Musical sound recording Projected medium Sound recording Three-dimensional object Manuscript music Music CD Map Nonmusical sound recording Printed cartographic material Printed music Cartographic material Printed or manuscript music Kit Globe Newspaper Manuscript cartographic material Serial
24 20 Searching Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Electronic resources Ebooks Archival/mixed materials Braille Periodical Microform Audio books
25 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching 21 See your search results Follow these steps to move through your search results and see more information about any title. 1. If your list has more than 10 titles, click the Previous 10 Titles and Next 10 Titles links at the top or bottom of the page to move through the results list. 2. To see more information about a title, click the title s name or click More. Or click the picture of the title if there is one. Tip for librarians: You can click the format icon for a title to view the MARC record. The page shows information only about the title you clicked. You can click Previous Title and Next Title to move through the results one title at a time, or click Go Back to return to the search results list.
26 22 Searching Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Note: You can click a link under Subjects to start a new search for that subject. 3. To see where you can find a title in the library system, look at the Location list. Each item in the list is a separate copy. The list shows all the items in each library. You can see whether each item is in the library or checked out. Note: Some items in the location lists may have notes with more information. These items are marked by a note icon. To view the notes for an item, click to open the note window. Click OK or X to close the note window. 4. To clear your search results and go back to the home page, click the picture at the top of the page. Related Information Ask the library to hold a title for you - Getting a Title From the Library on page 25.
27 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching 23 Go to a Web link You may see a picture of a globe by a title in your search results. The globe means there is a Web site related to the title. Follow these steps to go to the Web site, then back to your search results. 1. If you see a globe next to a title in your search results, click the globe. 2. The Web site opens in a new window. You can read the information and follow links in the Web site. 3. When you have finished using the Web site, click in the corner of the window. The window closes, and you return to your search results.
28 24 Searching Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Searching Tips If you type a word or words to look for, and the search does not find anything, try these suggestions: Perhaps the word is not spelled correctly. Try these: If you see the message Did you mean to search for, click the suggestion to start another search. Type just the first few letters of the word and an asterisk *. If you clicked Title, Author, Subject, Fiction, or NonFiction, try the same word and click Anywhere. Try searching a category. Click the picture at the top of the page to go back to the home page, and look for a subject that might be related to the word you typed. See Searching Categories on page 14. If you are looking for a subject, try the Dewey Decimal category. Click the picture at the top of the page to go back to the home page, and look for Dewey Decimal. See Searching Call Numbers on page 16. Note: Your library may not offer the adult catalog link. Try the adult catalog. Click Go to Polaris Catalog near the bottom of the page. If you click Go to Polaris Catalog on the Children s Catalog home page, the adult catalog home page opens. If you click Go to Polaris Catalog on a Children s Catalog search results page, the same search is done in the adult catalog.
29 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Getting a Title From the Library 25 Getting a Title From the Library If you find a title you want in your search results, you can ask the library to get it for you to check out. You can ask for any copy of a book or other material, or your library may let you ask for a particular copy. You need a library card number and password to ask the library to hold a title for you. If you do not have a library card or a password, see a librarian. This unit covers the following topics: Ask for any copy of a title on page 26 Ask for a particular copy of a title on page 27
30 26 Getting a Title From the Library Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Ask for any copy of a title Follow these steps to request any copy of a title listed in your search results. (For more information about searching and viewing the results, see Searching on page 11.) 1. In the search results list, find the title you want. 2. Click Save This For Me. You see the Request form. The Request form shows where you can pick up the title. 3. Type your library card number in the Barcode Number box. 4. Type your password in the Password box. 5. Click Submit Request. If other people have requested this same title, a message tells you how many requests have been placed before yours. You can choose to continue or cancel the request. You may see a message that tells you the library charges money when you pick up the title. You can choose to continue or cancel the request. If you click Continue, a message tells you that your request has been placed. (If you cannot request this title for some reason, a message tells you why.) The library lets you know when your request is ready to pick up.
31 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Getting a Title From the Library 27 Ask for a particular copy of a title If your library lets you request particular copies of a title, follow these steps to request a particular copy listed in your search results. (For more information about searching and viewing the results, see Searching on page 11.) 1. In the search results list, find the title you want. 2. Click More. You see the list of copies that the library has. Each item in the list is a separate copy. 3. Click the request picture by the copy you want. (The request picture only shows by the copies you can request.) You see the Request form. Note: The Request form shows where you can pick up the title when it comes in. 4. Type your library card number in the Barcode Number box. 5. Type your password in the Password box. 6. Click Submit Request. A message asks you if you want this specific copy. If you do, click This item only. If you decide that any copy is all right, click First available copy. If other people have requested this same title, a message tells you how many requests have been placed before yours. You can choose to continue or cancel the request. If you click Continue, a message tells you that your request has been placed. (If you cannot request this title for some reason, a message tells you why.) The library lets you know when your request is ready to pick up.
32 28 Getting a Title From the Library Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1
33 Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 Index 29 Index A asterisk (*) use in searching, 12 authors searching for, 13 B background changing, 4 C call numbers about searching by call numbers, 16 how to search by, 16 categories about categories, 14 how to search by categories, 14 D Dewey Decimal searching by, 16 F fiction searching for, 13 formats pictures, 19 H help how to see online Help, 6 quick help with searching, 5 holds see requests home page navigating, 4 returning to, 4 L links clicking, 4 location items in the libraries, 22 N non-fiction searching for, 13 notes showing for items, 22 Q question mark (?) use in searching, 12 R requests about requests, 25 any copy of a title, 26 particular copy of a title, 27 S search results format pictures, 19 navigating, 21 Web links, 23 searching categories, 14 Dewey Decimal categories, 16 tips, 24 typing a word to search for, 12 wildcard characters in, 12 series searching for, 13 subjects, searching for by Dewey Decimal category, 16 by typing a word, 13 in categories, 14
34 30 Index Polaris PowerPAC Children s Edition Guide 4.1 T themes choosing, 4 tips searching, 24 titles searching for, 13 W Web links going to a Web site, 23 wildcard characters use in searching, 12
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