Wisconsin/Illinois IUG
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Welcome to the WILIUG (Wisconsin/Illinois) Innovative Users Group page.

For the most current information, go to the WILIUG wiki at:

The mission of the Wisconsin/Illinois Innovative Users Group (WILIUG) is to facilitate communication and to help create learning opportunities, both online and in-person, for Innovative libraries in the area. The group exists to connect area staff working with the Innovative system so that they may share their experiences, frustrations, ideas and training materials. To this end, the group hopes to help staff develop professionally and to make the best possible use of Innovative products.


The WILIUG is open to all interested Innovative libraries in the Great Lakes region, although we are currently focusing on Innovative libraries in Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Staff from all types of libraries and library departments are encouraged to participate.
Individuals can subscribe to the WILIUG listserv by contacting the listserv manager. Libraries can become a WILIUG member by filling out the membership form. Membership is $40.00 annually and covers the period July 1st through June 30th.


Check out the new WILIUG wiki.
Content from this site is being migrated to the new WILIUG wiki. Go there to see the most current WILIUG information including our member directory.

Check out all of WILIUG's past meetings & post-conference materials.

Materials Desired for the IUG Clearinghouse
All WILIUG members are strongly encouraged to submit a resource to the IUG Clearinghouse. Types of materials found on the Clearinghouse include handouts, tutorials, scripts, promotional material and other resources that supplement the INNOPAC/Millennium user manual and materials available on CSDirect web site.

LISTSERV. Are you interested in joining? Contact our listserv manager via email.

2009-2010 CHAIR
Katie Sanders
Carroll University Library, Waukesha, WI


Last updated, June 23, 2009